Old 3rd August 2009, 02:52 PM
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Default Nvidia 3D vision support


I know not many people can afford this. But I tried every video plug-in I could and no 3d vision supported :P

I think it requires direct x 9 to work.

I thought they were phasing out direct x 8 in vista.
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Old 3rd August 2009, 04:42 PM
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jabo has no intention of moving to dx9, as the effects he uses now wouldn't allow AA via dx9's similar techniques.

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Old 3rd August 2009, 04:59 PM
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I did some more investigating. The competing 3d tech worked back in windows xp. iZ3D. All you needed was a video card with two dvi ports in the back. And, you buy a $400 monitor that has two inputs.

Supposedly You can use the iZ3D Driver with Nvidia glasses. Though I won't be able to test till this weekend.

NVidia's might work with DirectX 8. I think i found in a PDF somewhere that said it does. All I know is it requires a like new Nvidia card, Windows Vista, And their Glasses.

But I'm struggling to find more info about how to make it work with PJ64. Google searching lead me to more people wondering why isn't it working. But no answers other than to get iZ3D.
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