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Gsdx-3D: Stereoscopy Patch
#31
still waitingBiggrin
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#32
No screens or video yet? Closedeyes

I wish the word got out that this plugin exists
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#33
Then try and make a video yourself? You don't need stereo glasses or a 3D monitor to make a video.
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#34
Hi.With this patch is possible to adjust both convergence and depth like 3d Vision does?.If so,what's keys are used to do so?.Many thanks.
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#35
(07-25-2013, 09:20 AM)ricardokung Wrote: Hi.With this patch is possible to adjust both convergence and depth like 3d Vision does?.If so,what's keys are used to do so?.Many thanks.
Readme's are included in the archive for a reason.
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#36
Oh my God! I can't believe it... finally S-3D in PCSX2!
Here's a screenshot from Wipeout, Anaglyph (cyan/red) and side-by-side:

Save and rename to JPS if you have 3D Vision and doubeclick:
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[Image: anaglyph.jpg]

I just wish 3D Vision would be supported. Rolleyes

Just some inputs: I needed various hundred Excl keypresses to get the settings I wanted. If possible, make a 3. option (+100) or better:
Make it possible, that a key can be pressed down and stay to change a value; instead of various presses for each increment. Even better would be a "increasing changing speed" by pressing down, thats goes faster as longer you press down the key.

But wow, I waited so long for this day. Now I know its possible (S-3D in PCXS2), I'm very happy... Rolleyes
Do you think 3d Vision (pageflipping) is possible? I don't like very much to play in Anaglyph or crosseyed...Wacko Laugh
Keep up the good work!

Thanks to everybody involved!
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#37
I tried It using my Samsung 3dtv using side by side and got some good results.Here are some screenshots posted on 3d Vision live site:
http://photos.3dvisionlive.com/ricardokung/
If you use 3d vision to see the photos,click on swap to get the right view.Of course a 3d vision option (pageflipping) in PCSX2 would be much better by far.Some games like Castlevania(both from Ps2)have no convergence despite how many times I pressed the adjust key.
Great thanks to the creator of these patches.Don't stop the work please.
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#38
Nice! Can you please use Phereo for future sharings? It has more options for non-nVision users.
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#39
(08-09-2013, 07:42 AM)KrossX Wrote: Nice! Can you please use Phereo for future sharings? It has more options for non-nVision users.

Sorry KrossX. I didn't know about Phereo.In fact these was my first time taking screenshots(I am noob about these things).In the 3d vision live there is an anaglyph option to see these photos too.If I post any screenshots in the future I will use Phereo for sure.Thanks.
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#40
Would it be possible to get sequential 3D mode (as in, display the left eye then the right)? Just wondering because I bet you could force the nVidia 3D glasses to switch on (maybe loading up a 3D movie in the background) and they'd probably sync up as long as pcsx2 is vsynced...

Also, am I doing something wrong with the patch file? I've tried it with TortoiseSVN and GNUwin32's Patch tool, but I always get hunk errors (r5350). Was gonna try to add sequential support myself, though I admit, I've never actually looked at the PCSX2 source code before, so I probably would've ended up stuck anyway...
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