Win Intel HTPCs/NUCs & Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback
Please excuse me if this was already disused. I'm new to this thread and I haven't gone through 163 pages of it to see if this topic was brought up or resolved.

I followed instructions from the first page and all I can get from 3D ISO "frame packing" is jumping screen sort of alternating left / right eye.

I'm running Epson 3D projector and the system is running fine in 3D from PS3 and Raspberry Pi.
My computer is Windows 10 Dell latest 2017 XPS 13 laptop 9360.
CPU: 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7500U 2.7GHz (3.5Ghz Turbo)
Kaby Lake architecture
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620
Screen: 13.3-inch QHD+ (3200 x 1800) touch panel

Epson Pj is not getting frame packing signal at all and not switching to 3D mode.
I do see on my laptop in "Advanced Display Settings" 3D display mode switch ON just like in the first post image and resolution pull down menu has 1920 x 1080 (Recommended, 3D) selected.
Laptop doesn't have direct HDMI port.
HDMI is extracted from USB 3.1 Type C Thunderbolt connector.

Has anybody got similar hardware working in "frame packing" mode?

I suspect issues with USB 3.1 Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter

Outside of 3D frame packing it also has issues with uncompressed PCM 7.1 audio. My system works great with Raspberry Pi but laptop with this adapter is sending only left and right channels even though it is showing 7.1

I could order HDMI 2.0 certified adapter from Dell if this is the problem.

Is anybody using successfully USB 3.1 type C Thunderbolt adapter to HDMI with Kodi in 3D frame packing mode?
What type of adapter is it?
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RE: Intel HTPC/NUC's w/reliable Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback - by 3DBuff - 2017-03-03, 21:30