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Old 06-10-11, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Stereo 3d over HDMI on Linux?

We want to drive a 3D-stereo 720p DLP projector with Linux and the "Stereo 3" option in the driver. The PJ expects frame-sequential stereo like old-school quad stereo on a CRT - we tested it yesterday over VGA on a Quadro 3700 and it worked great.

Due to the location of the computer, we'd like to get this going over an HDMI port that will be installed in the wall so that it can carry the audio signal as well. Are there any nVidia cards that can do frame-sequential stereo over HDMI and support HDMI audio as well? Looking at their website is confusing because a lot of the products (e.g. GTX295) say they support stereoscopic 3D, HDMI, and HDMI audio (via SPDIF input in case of the GTX295), but there's no way to know if this support is only for their proprietary 3D Vision products on Windows, or if it also translates to Linux and a generic frame-sequential stereo display.

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