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WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
@elupus,

I have a couple questions:
1) Full SBS and Full TAB stereo movies doesn't correctly displayed. I need set aspect ratio manually to 0.5 for SBS and 2.0 for TAB. Can it be fixed?
2) Why in dxva decoder added allowed resolution to 1920x1088 max? Lot of modern GPU can decode video with resolution greater this limit.
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It seems I cannot use this patch as I wanted.

As mentioned before, I MUST set the 3D-mode (SBS) manually each time i wanna start watching 3D-stuff. Because I'm using a Mac mini there's no way to tell my 3D-projector if a SBS-movie is playing or not.

So I turn on SBS-mode on the projector before I start playing a movie and turn it off when finished.
But when I turn on SBS-mode within XBMC now, I get a duplicated image of the playing video as well.

Thought this patch only duplicates the menus and OSD and leaves the playing video untouched...
Kodi Krypton
macOS Sierra 10.12
Mac mini (late 2012)
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@bigbadrabbit, please, reread baijuxavier's last post. If xbmc doesn't detect stereo type of movie properly, you can set the stereo type in VideoOSD settings.
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After further testing i found out that there's indeed a way to output Full HD 3D (1080p frame packing) on a Mac!

The trick is to set the display resolution to 1920 x 2205, 24Hz.
After that my 3D projector (JVC X30) automatically switches into 3D-mode (frame packed, Top over Bottom). Thanks to the guys over here for making that discovery!

So far so good...

If now i take a Full-SBS video (3840x1080) with Bino and set the output to HDMI-frame-packing-mode) i get a fullscreen and full HD video.

In XBMC i can select a new screen resolution named 1920x2205p (TOB). If i choose it, the projector again goes into 3D-mode and XBMC's gui is correctly displayed as TOB.


There are two issues:

1. XBMC plays the Full-SBS with wrong aspect ratio. I have to set it manually to 0.50 to play fullscreen.
2. Each time i want to switch to 3D/2D, i have to go into SETTINGS --> SYSTEM --> VIDEO OUTPUT --> DISPLAY and change the resolution.


So my two questions are:

Why is XBMC displaying the Full-SBS video in the wrong aspect ratio (Bino doesn't)?

Can this patch here be modified to automatically detect a Full-SBS video (3840x1080) and switch XBMC to 1920 x 2205?
Kodi Krypton
macOS Sierra 10.12
Mac mini (late 2012)
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New version for windows with hardware stereo support http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1463969

Added NVidia 3D VISION support.
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@bigbadrabbit - please check your FullSBS movies header and see if it has the correct display resolution set - it should be 1920x1080 and not 3840x1080 (use mkvtoolnix for mkvs). Once this is set correctly XBMC displays the file correct as well.
As for the resolution - give us some time to get current implementation stable accross all our platforms (RPI needs some love). After that we're looking on improving it.
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(2013-08-10, 18:05)afedchin Wrote: New version for windows with hardware stereo support http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1463969

Added NVidia 3D VISION support.

Cool, thanks! I'll test asap. Wink
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(2013-08-10, 18:05)afedchin Wrote: New version for windows with hardware stereo support http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1463969

Added NVidia 3D VISION support.

Thanks. Can you give link to github?
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(2013-08-11, 03:38)baijuxavior Wrote:
(2013-08-10, 18:05)afedchin Wrote: New version for windows with hardware stereo support http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1463969

Added NVidia 3D VISION support.

Thanks. Can you give link to github?

Sure. https://github.com/afedchin/xbmc/tree/dx_s3d

Edit: Improvements and bugs fix are welcome.
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^^ Thanks. I will test it once I'm back at home.
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I think we need a setting to enable/disable 3D conversion of subtitles. There are users using 3D subtitles in SUP, IDX or ASS format and these get split again in TAB and SBS modes.
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I don't understand you. All subtitles must be displayed on all views (left and right) and no depends on it format. If you mean what need a setting to set a depth of subtitles then it is a great idea.
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these formats of subtitles are already splitted.
example : http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showth...?tid=47904
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For xbmc is not need to split subtitles. The xbmc renders subtitles on both views.
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(2013-08-12, 10:41)afedchin Wrote: I don't understand you. All subtitles must be displayed on all views (left and right) and no depends on it format. If you mean what need a setting to set a depth of subtitles then it is a great idea.

My suggestion was not related to your version, but the master version as well. There are tools like 3DSubtitler and srt2ass which can create SBS and OU subtitles. These subtitles were necessary when 3d feature was not implemented in xbmc, but since now xbmc can split the subtitle to SBS and OU, these already split subtitles will split again resulting in four subtitles. Offcourse one can always re-download the srt files but one with huge 3d collection will find it cumbersome.
I posted this suggestion after seeing a comment in http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=170910.


Now coming to your 3D version, I tested it on my nVidia system and when I play a SBS or OU movie selecting 'Hardware based' as preferred 3d mode, my TV switchesto 3D mode with message '3D signal detected', but the movie is still playing in SBS or OU. If I change the 3dmode to other options like SBS or even 2D the TV will again show 3D signal detected. I can't manually select the SBS mode in TV as it is already in 3D mode. Am I missing something here? Can this version convert SBS and OU to framepacked mode?

Thanks.
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