c. Set the eye order for the glasses to default or normal.
NOTE: Do not change the eye order settings when using NVIDIA
3DTV Play as the application controls the timing of the glasses.
NOTE: If you are unable to view the entire Windows desktop on
your TV, use the 3D TV's settings to reduce the display resolution.
For more information about configuring the 3D settings, see the
documentation that shipped with your TV.
3. Set your TV as the primary display:
a. Right-click the desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel.
b. In the NVIDIA Control Panel window, click Display to expand the
selection (if not already expanded) and then click Set up multiple
c. In the Verify the display configuration section, right-click the
3D TV and select Make this the Windows primary display.
4. Set up the NVIDIA 3DTV Play application:
a. In the NVIDIA Control Panel window, click Stereoscopic 3D to
expand the selection, and then click Set up stereoscopic 3D.
b. Select the Enable stereoscopic 3D check box. The 3DTV Play setup
c. Ensure that the 3DTV Play logo appears in the control panel.
5. Change the desktop resolution to match the resolution of the 3D
a. In the NVIDIA Control Panel window, click Display to expand the
selection, and then click Change resolution.
b. For 3D gaming, set the resolution to 720p, 1280x720 and refresh
rate to 60/59 Hz in HD 3D mode.
c. For Blu-ray 3D playback, set the resolution to 1080p, 1920x1080
and refresh rate to 24/23 Hz in HD 3D mode.
NOTE: For TVs using PAL system with refresh rates of 50 Hz or
100 Hz or NTSC system with refresh rates of 60 Hz or 120 Hz, set
the resolution to 720p and refresh rate to 60/59 Hz.
NOTE: The performance of games may reduce in HD 3D mode
even if 3DTV Play is disabled. To maximize performance, select HD
or SD mode when 3DTV Play is disabled.
6. Check the HDMI audio on the TV by playing a video, game, or music
and adjusting the volume on the TV.