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ForCeV
09-19-2012, 07:56 AM
My question is that can you control a convergence in game???

I heard that so many people have better experienced when they control a convergence instead of depth on control panel.

I found some video on youtube that convergence changing is like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBvasuD8ffo

I tried to do same thing on the game.. but it wasn't working at all...

depth is working good and 3d is fine... but something like 2%not enough experience... I went to offline store to see 3d TV with glasses. It was good experienced. FOr example, baseball bat has broken and I feel broken bat came to me closely.

So I think if I can control a convergence I would feel better experience just like 3D TV does.

Plz comment any reply. I appreciate.

Shawnnepc
09-19-2012, 01:32 PM
In the example you gave it's largely based on the content your viewing.

The VAST majority of content is 'enhanced' with a software based 3D method that gives depth. These are perhaps the worst examples of 3D.

The content that 'pops out' are created by using 3D cameras or created with 3D in mind. You'll see some pop out effects in 3D ready games and native 3D movies.

Some of the best examples of pop out 3D:

IMAX: Under the Sea 3D - blueray

Tangled 3D - Blueray

For a list of 3D ready games check out the following link:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-games.html

To adjust the convergence with the 3D vision please note the following information:

"Running 3D Vision you may adjust the level of depth by either turning the scroll wheel on the IR transmitter, or by using CRTL+F3 or CTRL+F4, decreasing or increasing it. If you run a new game, or some one you might notice that there is nothing impressive when you run it with 3D Vision, you can try to change the convergence in order to improve the situation, changing the convergence and thus improving the level of depth, the pop-out of the screen effect or even both.
You should know that by default the keys for changing the convergence level are CRTL+F5 and CTL+F6, but they are not active so even when pressing them nothing will change. In order to be able to control the level of convergence you must first “Enable the advanced in-game settings” from Nvidia’s Control Panel by going in to “Stereoscopic 3D”, choosing “Set up stereoscopic 3D” and then opening the “Set Keyboard Shortcuts”.

When you activate the advanced settings you would be able to use the CTRL+F7 key combination in order to save the custom settings you set by changing the level of convergence so that you will not have to make them each time you run a given game. However you should know that there is still no graphic representation showing you the level of convergence, so when you are changing it you must carefully watch the changes on the screen. Nvidia is probably going to build additional functionality into a later version of the driver that will show you visually the level of convergence such as the one already available for the level of depth."

SOURCE: https://www.wsgf.org/book/export/html/16083




My question is that can you control a convergence in game???

I heard that so many people have better experienced when they control a convergence instead of depth on control panel.

I found some video on youtube that convergence changing is like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBvasuD8ffo

I tried to do same thing on the game.. but it wasn't working at all...

depth is working good and 3d is fine... but something like 2%not enough experience... I went to offline store to see 3d TV with glasses. It was good experienced. FOr example, baseball bat has broken and I feel broken bat came to me closely.

So I think if I can control a convergence I would feel better experience just like 3D TV does.

Plz comment any reply. I appreciate.