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WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
the movie itself has to indicate it's stereoscopic, either by according mkv headers, by keyword in filename (hsbs/hou/...) or by setting the according stereomode in videoplayback picture settings osd.
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(2013-08-23, 18:47)baijuxavior Wrote: For this use mkvmerge GUI > File > Header Editor > Drag drop mkv file > Video Track > Video Stereo Mode > Add Element and enter the code

Better solution is jmkvpropedit - drag and drop files you want to be edited, go to Video tab and add your stereo mode as extra parameter for video track. You can add multiple files and process them.
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ok thx
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questions
If we convert a frame packed 3d bluray.. to Full SBS (3840x1080)

1. would this be equal quality as frame packed, right? Even sligthly better cause is frame packed is 1920x2205
2. xbmc play the full sbs correctly?
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xbmc will play fullsbs correctly if the file has the correct output resolution set in its metadata (1920x1080 and not 3842x1080). Quality should be the same as frame packed, but you end up with a larger file ofc. Let's hope ffmpeg guys manage to support MVC/frame packed soon.
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Wow thats great news da-anda! Until ffmpeg gets the support, ill try and see if i can convert the 3d bd to full SBS.
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(2013-08-25, 19:01)da-anda Wrote: Let's hope ffmpeg guys manage to support MVC/frame packed soon.

fingers crossed they have time and the desire

D.
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I saw a comment recently that they would be held back from implementing MVC by licensing restrictions.

Can't say that licensing has ever held ffmpeg back before. Otherwise we wouldn't be playing anything in the mpeg spectrum...
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How can you convert the 3d bd to full SBS without loss of quality ?
By the way, there is apprently some work going on to implement MVC decoder in FFMpeg, see http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?titl..._.28MVC.29
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I think even full sbs will cause quality loss - you need to have 2x full hd to get the same quality as mvc (2 pictures 1920x1080 each). So resulting movie should be 3840x2160. Then you can separate each picture to get 1920x1080 for each eye.

But I've never seen 3840x2160 movies encoded as over under or side by side.
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Full SBS is 3820x1080.
Been encoding my discs with BD3D2MK3D and so far had some good results Big Grin
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(2013-08-26, 19:06)giaur Wrote: I think even full sbs will cause quality loss - you need to have 2x full hd to get the same quality as mvc (2 pictures 1920x1080 each). So resulting movie should be 3840x2160. Then you can separate each picture to get 1920x1080 for each eye.

But I've never seen 3840x2160 movies encoded as over under or side by side.

Check your math. . .

3840x2160 is four times as large as 1920x1080

You are comparing areas, not straight lines (it is two dimensional) Wink

Full SBS is literally two 1920x1080 pictures side-by-side, giving a resolution of 3840x1080
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Yes of course you are right, my fault Smile
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(2013-08-26, 11:54)xbmcuser123 Wrote: How can you convert the 3d bd to full SBS without loss of quality ?
By the way, there is apprently some work going on to implement MVC decoder in FFMpeg, see http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?titl..._.28MVC.29

That work was cancelled during summer i remember...
Its on hold...

I was wondering also..
since MVC doesnt work yet, what do most of you guys do?

1) Use an external player for your 3DBD, if thats the case, which one?
2) convert to FULL SBS without quality loss
3) just be satisfied with lower half SBS/OU
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I'm satisfied with hou (not hsbs). This is because I have passive 3D screen, so hou is enough, 3dbd will not provide better quality than hou.
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