It’s important to say that the HDMI is the actual port (hardware) and it is not related to any image. I am sorry if did not catch your idea but, can you please explain maybe in a different way?
of course I can.
I have two streams of two webcames - catched by Direct3D. Now I want to generate an image in HDMI 1.4 standard for "stero" looking. So I will catch each frame of the two cameras and modify them to a "stereo/3D" image to view it with glasses (e. g. shutter technologie) and send it out through the normal HDMI port of an Intel Next Unit.
Hope it´s comprehensibly.
Thanks a lot.
It is important to say that in order to support 3D, it is necessary that the graphics controller support 3 Technologies: Intel® Quick Sync Video, Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology and Intel® Clear Video HD Technology.
The Intel® HD Controller supports these three technologies. You can check this information at the following link:
Also, you can confirm that this controller supports HDMI 1.4 at the following link:
In other words, this you can try doing with 3rd party software since the graphics controller support all necessary technologies for this purpose.