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Hi guys, I few minutes ago I connected my computer to my Samsung 3D TV hoping to play BF3 in 3D biggrin.gif But it didnt work frown.gif I turned on the settings in game to enable 3D but it seems not to work frown.gif

I have tried everything and nothing works frown.gif

Any idea guys?
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I'm afraid I have no clue how AMD's 3D works.
Did you checked in CCC ?
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I'm afraid I have no clue how AMD's 3D works.
Did you checked in CCC ?

yeah I did and there is no option for 3D frown.gif

Supposely BF3 Support AMD 3D so you just need to set the setting on and thats it , but that dont work in my PC frown.gif
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and Also my 3D TV is in the list of supported 3D TVs for AMD cards..

TV Model # PN50C7000YF
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I have'nt a amd card so this is just an idea., if you have allready set this ingame then i do'nt know.
When you play pf3 what res are you playing at, you probly have to set in game res to 1280x720/60hz
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post #6 of 28
I read that BF3 supports native 3D through the game itself, not through 3rd party conversion tools as with most other games. Don't know if that helps but I'd try working through the game rather than AMD software.
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I have'nt a amd card so this is just an idea., if you have allready set this ingame then i do'nt know.
When you play pf3 what res are you playing at, you probly have to set in game res to 1280x720/60hz

I didnt know that, I gonna try that thanks
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I read that BF3 supports native 3D through the game itself, not through 3rd party conversion tools as with most other games. Don't know if that helps but I'd try working through the game rather than AMD software.

I am not using any software, I am enabling the 3D in the game settings but it is not working
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No it's not done with amd's software it's a third party software called : Tridef (not free) you will need that software 2 play games in 3d .... but movies are no problem amd says you need special player but if u got a good 3d tv you can actually watch 3d movies in any player.

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No it's not done with amd's software it's a third party software called : Tridef (not free) you will need that software 2 play games in 3d .... but movies are no problem amd says you need special player but if u got a good 3d tv you can actually watch 3d movies in any player.
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