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RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-14

(2017-02-14, 17:43)docwra Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 16:32)safcsat Wrote: It's arrived. First impressions, wow, thing of beauty! Very solid, well made and tiny (I have never owned a NUC before, I am coming from a HiMedia Q10 Pro Android box and an Nvidia Shield).

Very easy to pop open, 4 screws on the bottom, drop in the two sticks of RAM and the h.2 nvme, power on and installed windows 10 from usb in a tiny amount of time. Just setting up the software now.

Can you post in the correct thread please?

There is a thread already for the 7th generation NUC

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=306556

Just responding to a question, which is in this thread.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-14

FYI - 3D does work!

Windows 10 - all latest intel drivers - Intel NUC7 i3. Kodi 17.

Just watched Mr Peregrines movie...in full 3D...amazing!


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - movie78 - 2017-02-14

(2017-02-14, 20:51)safcsat Wrote: FYI - 3D does work!

Windows 10 - all latest intel drivers - Intel NUC7 i3. Kodi 17.

Just watched Mr Peregrines movie...in full 3D...amazing!

Can you post a quick video of your Intel NUC 3D MVC working, this would be very helpful for future buyers.

Thanks!


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-14

(2017-02-14, 23:06)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 20:51)safcsat Wrote: FYI - 3D does work!

Windows 10 - all latest intel drivers - Intel NUC7 i3. Kodi 17.

Just watched Mr Peregrines movie...in full 3D...amazing!

Can you post a quick video of your Intel NUC 3D MVC working, this would be very helpful for future buyers.

Thanks!

Yep. No problem at all. Will record one in the morning showing settings etc and then a movie playing.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - Nekromantik - 2017-02-14

Sad
Intel screwed the Apollo Lake users then.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - movie78 - 2017-02-14

(2017-02-14, 23:08)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:06)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 20:51)safcsat Wrote: FYI - 3D does work!

Windows 10 - all latest intel drivers - Intel NUC7 i3. Kodi 17.

Just watched Mr Peregrines movie...in full 3D...amazing!

Can you post a quick video of your Intel NUC 3D MVC working, this would be very helpful for future buyers.

Thanks!

Yep. No problem at all. Will record one in the morning showing settings etc and then a movie playing.

Thanks!

You just gave Intel a lot of customersBlush


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-14, 23:16)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:08)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:06)movie78 Wrote: Can you post a quick video of your Intel NUC 3D MVC working, this would be very helpful for future buyers.

Thanks!

Yep. No problem at all. Will record one in the morning showing settings etc and then a movie playing.

Thanks!

You just gave Intel a lot of customersBlush


Quick video showing it in operation. Here.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - movie78 - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:16)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:08)safcsat Wrote: Yep. No problem at all. Will record one in the morning showing settings etc and then a movie playing.

Thanks!

You just gave Intel a lot of customersBlush


Quick video showing it in operation. Here.

Is the TV doing the 3D conversion?


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - User 309201 - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote: Quick video showing it in operation. Here.
What's being sent to the TV there looks like an over/under, or Top And Bottom, signal rather than frame-packed 3D (it takes the TV a second to lock on and switch, and you can see the pattern before that). Are you sure it's playing full-res 1080p 3D?

I mean, I hope it is, but it seems worth checking.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 15:08)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-14, 23:16)movie78 Wrote: Thanks!

You just gave Intel a lot of customersBlush


Quick video showing it in operation. Here.

Is the TV doing the 3D conversion?

(2017-02-15, 15:22)Shasarak Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote: Quick video showing it in operation. Here.
What's being sent to the TV there looks like an over/under, or Top And Bottom, signal rather than frame-packed 3D (it takes the TV a second to lock on and switch, and you can see the pattern before that). Are you sure it's playing full-res 1080p 3D?

I mean, I hope it is, but it seems worth checking.

Hmm now I'm not sure! How could I tell other than the 3d looks amazing and better than my q10 pro offered.

Is there a way to be 100% sure?


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - movie78 - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 15:27)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 15:08)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote: Quick video showing it in operation. Here.

Is the TV doing the 3D conversion?

(2017-02-15, 15:22)Shasarak Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 10:48)safcsat Wrote: Quick video showing it in operation. Here.
What's being sent to the TV there looks like an over/under, or Top And Bottom, signal rather than frame-packed 3D (it takes the TV a second to lock on and switch, and you can see the pattern before that). Are you sure it's playing full-res 1080p 3D?

I mean, I hope it is, but it seems worth checking.

Hmm now I'm not sure! How could I tell other than the 3d looks amazing and better than my q10 pro offered.

Is there a way to be 100% sure?

Check and see if Hardware based is available under Preferred Mode

Image


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 15:41)movie78 Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 15:27)safcsat Wrote:
(2017-02-15, 15:08)movie78 Wrote: Is the TV doing the 3D conversion?

(2017-02-15, 15:22)Shasarak Wrote: What's being sent to the TV there looks like an over/under, or Top And Bottom, signal rather than frame-packed 3D (it takes the TV a second to lock on and switch, and you can see the pattern before that). Are you sure it's playing full-res 1080p 3D?

I mean, I hope it is, but it seems worth checking.

Hmm now I'm not sure! How could I tell other than the 3d looks amazing and better than my q10 pro offered.

Is there a way to be 100% sure?

Check and see if Hardware based is available under Preferred Mode

Image

Nope! Sad

I only have:

Same as movie
Over / under
Side by side
Anaglyph green / magenta
Abaglyph yellow / blue
Interlaced
Checkerboard

Completely confused now! Compared to the q10 pro this is jaw droppingly good!

So what am I missing out on here? Or is it just that tv and nuc working together to do a better job than the android box?

It's a 65" LG OLED E6V


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - movie78 - 2017-02-15

Without Hardware Based option available I think the Intel Kaby Lake NUC is not outputting FramePacking MVC but sending the signal as Top/Bottom and your TV is doing the 3D conversion.


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - safcsat - 2017-02-15

(2017-02-15, 16:00)movie78 Wrote: Without Hardware Based option available I think the Intel Kaby Lake NUC is not outputting FramePacking MVC but sending the signal as Top/Bottom and your TV is doing the 3D conversion.

Would it be worth me trying Kodi 16.1, or would that make no difference?

So once Intel sort this, the 3D will get even better?!


RE: Intel Kaby Lake Hardware - hdmkv - 2017-02-15

Damn, thought this was an exciting development... oh well, back to Beebox-S 7100U/7200U it would seem.


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