3D Blu-Ray Playback From PC to Passive 3D TV

I cannot get 3D to work properly or at all on my Sony Bravia 4k 3D Smart TV.

I have the GeForce GTX 970 and it is connected directly to the TV via HDMI. I have a 4k 3D capable Receiver but to prevent that as a factor I have connected it directly to the Television.

I have installed the 3DTV Play. At first I wasn't allowed to alter the steroscopic 3D settings, such as Depth, etc. It was all greyed out until I installed the 3DTV Play.

I have installed the CyberLink PowerDVD 16 which is supposed to be able to support "Ultra" HD or 4k and 3D Blu-Ray.

I also have the 12X Blu-Ray drive.

Windows 10 64 Bit
i7-6700k 4GHz

I have tried changing the resolution to
1080p, 1920 x 1080
720p, 1280 x 720
1080p, 1920 x 1080 (3D Recommended)

I currently have it set to the 4K X 2K, 4096 x 2160

I have followed several forum step by steps setup for 3D Blu-Ray, and to no avail nothing shows in 3D except when I Open NVIDIA Control Panel > Set up stereoscopic 3D > Test stereoscopic 3D > Launch Test Application. The desktop "claims" to be 3D when I have the resolution to HD 3D 1080p, 1920 x 1080, but nothing is 3D. I have the Depth set to 100% to make sure it's noticeable when I finally get it to work.

When I insert the 3D Blu-Ray disk and open with the CyberLink (supposed supporter of 3DTV Play) the screen flickers and my TV says 3D detected, and then it flickers again and doesn't display 3D.

Someone help!
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  1. I originally wanted to wait to make sure everything worked before hand; then I found that the trial version of CyberLink didn't do 3D. So waiting to make sure it worked before buying it was the cause. After I purchased the full version of their software it worked, and it worked magically.
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