The Set Keyboard shortcuts dialogue shows you the keyboard shortcuts you can use to control stereoscopic 3D while you are playing a game. You can also customise the shortcuts from this page. The dialogue is divided into two parts - basic stereoscopic 3D settings and advanced in-game settings.
You can also view basic descriptions of each setting by hovering over the text in the dialogue.
Show or hide stereoscopic 3D effects (Default [Ctrl+T]): Use this shortcut to turn on or off stereoscopic 3D during the game. The setting is not saved.
Increase depth (Default [Ctrl+F4]): Increases the perceived distance between the closest and farthest objects in the game. This shortcut has the same effect as moving the depth slider to the right, and is saved automatically for all games.
Decrease depth (Default [Ctrl+F3]): Decreases the perceived distance between the closest and farthest objects in the game. This shortcut has the same effect as moving the depth slider to the left, and is saved automatically for all games.
Show or hide 3D laser sight (Default [Ctrl+F12]): Turn on or off the NVIDIA 3D laser sight.
Show or hide in-game compatibility (Default [Ctrl+Alt+Ins]): Use this shortcut to show or hide the in-game overlay that provides stereoscopic 3D compatibility information for that game.
Advanced In-game Settings
The NVIDIA-provided settings for each game are designed for optimum stereoscopic 3D viewing, and should not require further adjustments. The following shortcuts should be used only by persons thoroughly familiar with the complex parameters involved in creating stereoscopic 3D images.
Toggle 3D compatibility mode (Default [Ctrl+Alt+F11]): Toggles 3D Compatibility Mode on or off.
Increase convergence (Default [Ctrl+F6]): Moves objects towards you.
Decrease convergence (Default [Ctrl+F5]): Moves objects away from you.
Cycle frustum adjustment (Default [Ctrl+11]): Cycles through three settings - off, stretch to fill, and clip sides.
Save in-game changes (Default [Ctrl+F7]): Use this shortcut to save any in-game changes you made for the (show/hide) 3D laser sight, convergence, or frustum adjustment. These settings are applied automatically the next time you play the same game.