iZ3D 1.10 Release Version OUT!

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iZ3D 1.10 Release Version OUT!

Post by Neil »

Hello everyone!

Version 1.10 of the iZ3D Drivers are out!

New profiles include:

- Batman Arkham Asylum
- Settlers II
- Need for Speed Shift
- G-Force
- Section 8
- Majesty 2
- Allods Online
- Killing Floor
- Guitar Hero 3
- Guitar Hero World Tour
- Serious Sam 2
- Flight Simulator 2004
- Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
- Left4Dead 2


Additional Features:

- New glasses algorithm.
- New key DrawMonoImageOnSecondMonitor, that replace additional Side By Side output modes.
- New key ScreenshotType (0 - JPG, 1 - PNG, 2 - BMP).
- Improved handling Anti-Alaising on ATI videocards.
- Improved shader analyzing for some new games.
- Minor driver optimization.
- Improved internal profile system (new attribute ConvergenceShift).
- Resource leak fixed.
- Some D3D8 errors fixed, that cause Last Chaos crash.
- Smoke in Tom Clancy H.A.W.X fixed.
- G-Force crash on NVidia fixed.
- Flatout UC sky fixed.
- Interface in Sexy Beach fixed.
- Motion blur in Dirt fixed.
- Mirror's Edge profile fixed.
- In-game menu in Ghostbusters fixed.
- Crash in Ghostbusters by Alt+Tab fixed.
- Stereo YouTube feature fixed.
- Over/under mode fixed.
- Driver statistic fixed when FPS off.


Share your results and have fun!

Regards,
Neil

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Re: iZ3D 1.10 Release Version OUT!

Post by dreamingawake »

Hooray for Iz3d users !

I guess this means the new glasses must be right around the corner ?

If anyone get's a chance to use the new formula and new glasses, be sure and let
the rest of us know of any improvements !!

Looking forward to it.

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Re: iZ3D 1.10 Release Version OUT!

Post by yuriythebest »

dreamingawake wrote:
If anyone get's a chance to use the new formula and new glasses, be sure and let
the rest of us know of any improvements !!

yup I did that yes. izBetter.
Oculus Rift / 3d Sucks - 2D FTW!!!

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Gonna try them now. Just when I was looking for some youtube 3d solution... cool.
Just a shame I´m running out of Evaluation Period on the Shutter Glasses mode... The only thing that seems to work for games with my Headplay unit and an ATI card are these drivers.
Hope they improve the licesing stuff to make it one single payment and use it at will.

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Post by Welder »

vibeordie wrote:Gonna try them now. Just when I was looking for some youtube 3d solution... cool.
Just a shame I´m running out of Evaluation Period on the Shutter Glasses mode... The only thing that seems to work for games with my Headplay unit and an ATI card are these drivers.
Hope they improve the licesing stuff to make it one single payment and use it at will.
Which kind of improvement of our licensing are you talking about?

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Welder wrote:Which kind of improvement of our licensing are you talking about?
I, for one, would hope for an "all you can eat" license for like $99. I already purchased the interlaced license and after testing the VR920 output I think I will buy that too. For recording I will need a side-by-side license. Thats already $150 right there. If I decide I need some other outputs then I would be paying upwards of $200 just for a driver, seems rather steep. I understand why you guys did it like this but it would be nice to have a fully unlocked version for like $99.

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Post by PalmerTech »

I agree, as a DIY guy, I am currently building multiple 3D solutions, but buying the drivers for them is going to cost $150, and more if I ever get a different one. There are very, very few people like that, but the money you lose from them would be made up, I think, by the people who only need one driver, and would buy a "full" driver "just in case", then never use it. :wink:

I expect nothing, and my motives are selfish, but may as well throw in my feedback. :wink:

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