IV - PowerDVD 10 Ultra software (this converts 2D to psudo-3D and looks great).
Once you have these four items, proceed as follows:
1 - Download the latest nVidia drivers for your specific nVidia GPU at http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us (for my system both the graphics driver and 3D Vision driver were Version 197.45 dated April 13, 2010). Install these drivers as instructed in the GeForce 3D Vision System Quick Start Guide (Note: be sure to install these latest drivers, rather than the ones on the Vision System CD which are already outdated)
2 - Connect the system as shown in the “DLP HDTV Connection Diagram” (be sure to use the special dual-link DVI-to-HDMI cable that came with the Vision System)
3 - On your Samsung HDTV Remote, select “Tools” and under “3D Effect” press the right arrow so it reads “Mode 1.” Then press “Return” (Note: you may have to repeat this step each time you turn the HDTV on).
4 - Launch Windows and then launch the nVidia Control Panel (right click on the desktop and select nVidia Control Panel from the drop-down menu). Under “Manage 3D Settings” select the “Global Settings” tab. Scroll down and set “Triple Buffering” to ON and set “Vertical Sync” to FORCE ON.
5 - Launch PowerDVD 10 and start playing 2D movie. From the PDVD task bar, click on the “3D” icon to bring up the True Theater 3D Configuration Window. Check the box labeled “Enable Cyberlink True Theater 3D.” Under “Choose 3D Display” select”120Hz Time Sequential 3D LCD” (Note: do NOT select “3D-Ready HDTV”). Then click “OK.”
6 – Turn on your 3D glasses and enjoy the movie in 3D!
Compatability of Samsung 2008 LN46A530 -
| posts: 3 | Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Almost all 2009 Samsung HDTVs have a 3D sync output; however, yours is a 2008 model. I checked the manual for your LN46A530. Your TV does not have a 3D sync output on the back panel; Therefore it will not work with this scheme. Sorry.