(2015-07-24 03:11)frankpc Wrote:(2015-07-24 01:55)brazen1 Wrote: Since 'enable stereoscopic settings for all 3D displays' is a Windows switch, there should be no difference Nvidia vs. Intel. However, since the code toggles 3D on and off via the Nvidia software, it will not be coded for Intel. If you research where the 3Dtoggle.exe (this is not the actual name but what it is) location is for Intel software (if it exists) I can add it for you simply so it's automated like Nvidia. I have no Intel GPU to try for you. I assume you are able to manually put your set in 3D mode and still function ok until then.
Gravity BD can be purchased with Atmos or 3D, but not both. And Gravity has nice Atmos and 3D - just not at the same time. Not that I'm saying that justifies having two copies of it :-)
I have looked for 'enable stereoscopic settings for all 3D displays' while switched to the TV and switched to the PC monitor. I think I have tried every combination. But since you feel I should be able to find it, I will look again.
To be clear: When the TV detects a 3D stream, it switches automatically. All my blu rays are iso's. The problem is, I have to manually switch to "Display 1" in windows, which switches off the PC monitor. Then I use the mouse on the TV screen to confirm the settings. it is inconvenient. I'll do the research you suggest. PowerDVD is set to "Play 3D movies as 3D". So switching 3D on and off isn't an issue - switching to the TV to allow the 3D to work is the issue. And I believe you are saying that can be automated.
Thank you for your support and patience!
Evidently, 'enable stereoscopic settings for all 3D displays' is a W8 offering and was not available in W7. To be honest with you, in my humble opinion, now that W10 will become mainstream, pursuing mods for an O/S that is outdated is redundant. It's been years since I used W7. From memory, I had to macro the sequence into an activity using my Harmony 900 remote to automate panel switching. Part of that sequence involved directing an X-10 module to turn my pc monitor on and off and the Kodi add-on http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=110392 which I still use to this day for my lighting automation. Most of this was able to be abandoned after upgrading to W8 because the O/S has it built in with the addition of 'PC Screen Only' using Win+P setting. If you discover another way to automate your hurdle within W7, I'll be happy to add it to the guide for W7 users. Since W10 is a free upgrade for W7 users, this may not be a bad idea? I'm not using W10 yet and look forward to input regarding this guide from those who are.
Gave this a little more thought. I may have an answer for you but I can't test it. No W7 test bed. But you can. You have to manually select display 1 and you want to automate that, correct? W7 Win+P settings are Computer Only, Duplicate, Extend, or Projector Only. Which one are you having to manually select that you want to automate? Might be able to add this to the .bats?