Hi guys and thanks for the quick first advices!
How did you installed the ED Driver?
I actually didnt install any eDimensional Driver, cuz you only need them to render 2 pictures in a game for a stereoscopic 3d effect - afaik.
Using the Stereoscopic Player, u just have to activate the glasses by the ED-Activator or the program itself, which is shipped with a kind of glasses controller/activator. (Its actually just an activator)
also what is your graphic card?
I'm running a Notebook system with a nvidia geforce 8600m gt @ 256mb
(Hardware shouldn't be the problem though, cuz everything was running fine on Vista)
Maybe the code for the signal is messed. Try using compatability mode into windows xp or vista sp2 and also administrator rights or turn off UAC altogether if not already.
I've been already trying with compatibility modes - all XP and Vista modes (with SPs etc. pp.), but nothing helped.
Try turning on administrator rights and turning off UAC has to be tried out by me asap (I won't have any time to spend for this till Fr. the 26th.)
Some versions of windows 7 have a windows xp mode and its not compatability mode it actually emulates windows xp.
I'm owning Win7 professional, so I'm able to use Win XP Virtual PC as it is called.
Already tried this way but Win XP Virtual PC told me as I started to install some graphic card drivers for this mode, that it aint compatible (some kind of error). - Dunno if the Virtual PC can use the normal Win7 graphic drivers.
Second thing to do in this virtual environment is to install codecs, cuz they aren't taken from Win7 system.
-> Might be the next step I'm gonna try out as soon as I have time. Hopefully they don't need graphic drivers.
If all this don't work try out IZ3d drivers and use the blue line code for activating, ...
As already mentioned above afaik u do only need those drivers to play games in 3D, which is not what I'm aiming for.
I mixed nearly every combination in the Stereoscopic Player settings to get this flipping between left and right view gone, but nothing worked. Actually I'm having the same settings as in vista, except probably the encoder (Win Vista codecs vs Win7 codecs)
Is it shutterglasses or software pageflipping?
I'm using pageflipping.
BTW: I already read in some threads that this problem occures to projectors, which can't handle the quick switching between left & right view etc. pp. But mine should do it, cuz it did so with Vista
PS: As i was trying around in the past week with some hardware setups I've seen that the projector can handle the signal with its switchings between right and left view at 85Hz, as long as I don't use the ED dongle between projector and graphics card.
And it does also work, if the dongle is put between graphics card and projector as long as the glasses aren't activated neither by the ED-activator nor by the Stereoscopic Player.
Hopefully these information may help you for further tipps.
Thanks in advance.