New HTPC build using an I7 6700, Z170 chipset, 2 displays in extended mode (Dell2413(for desktop/web use etc..) - LG 65" OLED (for movies).
Tried Motherboard driver, previous Intel and latest Intel drivers
On the LG passive 3D display - 3D playback is broken, like left/right is messed up, flicker on camera changes like transparent flashes across the screen, 3D distant objects are in front instead of behind, eg. bird in the far distance and a near solid object like a building, the bird can be seen flying in front of the building when it should be hidden and behind it :/ it's so bad 3D bluray is unwatchable and just makes you dizzy
I also have lip sync issues with 3D and apparent in 2D movies, I also use PDVD15 Ultra updated to the latest patch.
I use win 8.1 with emby WMC integration and PDVD 15 as the external player for bluray's.
I might add that the issue also seems related to the Intel graphic driver control panel setting for scaling - under display settings and can get 3D to work somewhat intermittently (although any change to playback, like pause/FF or rewind, immediately breaks 3d and the issue returns), sometimes clicking back or forward on the powerdvd timeline bar can regain/lock sync and 3D works correctly.
Sometimes if I loose exclusive audio mode - reported by powerdvd at the movie start options screen, 3D works but no HD audio.
If I leave the intel graphics control panel open on my Dell monitor, showing the scaling settings for my 3D extended display (LG), when I stop a 3D movie and the display re-syncs from 3D mode back to 2D mode, I can see the scaling setting change from "maintain display scaling" to "maintain aspect ratio" on it's own, if I try and restart the 3d movie, the display re-syncs to 3D mode but the movie is totally broken again, if I change the setting back to "maintain display scaling" and then try 3D playback it seems to just work (sometime a reboot is required), unless as said playback is interrupted, sync is lost, so to add the scaling setting is not sticking.
Even this is somewhat buggy and sometimes does not work at all, rarely I can get some watchable 3D playback - although short lived, I also think the audio speed fluctuates as it seems to go in and out of lip sync.
Further research shows this driver issue has been ongoing since last June 2015 and still not fixed - I basically have a broken HTPC that is currently an expensive desktop PC
What is happening with this and Intel R&D, are we going to get a fix soon??