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    3D help - PC to TV 3D movies,?

    Hello. I am new here..
    and i really don't know much about 3D.


    I have just bought a Philips 3D TV, 6000 series (42PFL6057H/12) , 42". I have it hooked up to my PC, Windows 7, via HDMI cable, (I think its a normal one) I have a Ge force 120 Graphics Card .

    We have a KMPlayer and Bino player that we have downloaded. But with our passive glasses (Not battery ones) It doesn't come out in 3D

    How can I play 3D movies that I download, from my PC and produce them on my 3D TV?
    Do I need a special player? Something Stereoscopic Player? Where can I get a free one?
    Do I have to configure something?
    Change cable?
    How do I get my TV to recolonize that I am watching something 3D on youtube.

    I also have my Xbox 360 hooked up via HDMI to the TV and I can play Blackops 2 in 3D and watch Youtube in 3D from the smartTv itself.

    Can someone tell me what format I need to view videos in? Side by side? or something else?
    I really cant get it to work and we have been searching for hours for an answer.

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    Hee penguin. There are two options:
    1 full 3d: you either need a 3d bluray player or a media player or laptop which is able to play your downloaded or converted 3d iso files. Your tv will most likely recognize the 3d signal.
    2. The more easy and still very good method is using half 3d. For example you can play a SBS (Side By Side) mkv file. Most media servers, and even some of the tv's itself can play this kind of file. While playing the file the tv shows your movie 2 times. You ave to activate the 3d with your remote. You see side by side or over under, pick the right setting.

    I don't know where your from but using subtitles is an harder one. Just using srt will result in a doubled out of focus sub or if it works, the sub will ruin the 3d effect. You could convert the subs to .ass with 3d subtitler but i didn't get really successful results on this one either.

    Share us your experiences!

    Gr, mark

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    Hey penguin18,

    Any news. On your 3d experience??

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