Thanks for joining the NUC community.
I understand you are trying to display 3D content through your projector.
Please try the following driver:
Also, make sure you have the latest NUC BIOS:
I tried the beta driver. Still the same results. BIOS is latest...
I just can’t figure this out. I installed a “vanilla” system to test this out…
SSD with clean Win 8.1 Pro (w/Media Center) installed.
The NUC has 8gb RAM and 256GB SSD.
I am connected directly (via HDMI 1.4a compliant cable) from NUC to Optoma HD25-LV projector (3D capable, with VESA 3D emitter connected).
I *only* installed Arcsoft TotalMedia Theater 6.x (latest from their website).
All Windows drivers are up to date, and all Windows patches (updates) have been applied.
Then I inserted a 3D blu ray into the BD drive (connected via USB 3.0). Video plays in TotalMedia Theater (TMT), but I get NO 3D playback (the projector does not detect a 3D source).
For comparison, I took my “high end” gaming system which has an MSI M/B, Intel Core I7-4770K, 8gb DDR3, 256gb SSD (Crucial M550). This system has Win 8.1 installed, and all the latest patches. The video card is an Nvidia GTX780ti.
I put my 3D movie into the BD drive, start TMT, and boom… immediate 3D playback.
The *only* significant thing I see between the NUC setup and the gaming PC is the NUC’s built in HD 5000 graphics.
Am I missing something? Is there something I have to install on the NUC to make it BluRay 3D capable?
Been working on this 8+ hours/day all Memorial Day weekend (not what I planned to do)!
That's unfortunate. Sorry about the trouble.
I understand that our engineering department is aware of similar threads and they are currently working on it. I still do not have an estimate time of resolution but you can keep checking this post for updates:
Hi - I am also having similar issues
NUC D54250WYK, Core I5, 4GB RAM, 120GB SSD
Windows 7 Windows Media Center, PowerDVD 12 Ultra
Optoma HD33 3D projector with attached VESA 3D emitter
Just purchased a NUC D54250WYK to replace an ASrock Vision 3D 137b. The only issue with the ASRock was some juddering on Bluray playback. I read that this had been resolved with the latest Haswell processors so I invested in a NUC D54250WYK . I downloaded the latest BIOS & drivers for the NUC & setup the system over the weekend. Regular Blu-rays play perfectly & I was delighted but then I could not get 3D Blu-rays to play & I cannot find any 3D test software within the Intel Graphics Control panel similar to that provided by Nvidia in the ASRock to check if the GPU is correctly outputting a 3D image.
Any assistance in resolving this issue would be appreciated.