WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
Is there a not so secret recipe to the file naming to get XBMC/Gotham to recognise this and bring up the 3D selection menu when the media is launched?
I've been using 'XBMC 3D (2013) 1080p SBS.ext' or names to that effect, and it seemed to work fine but it might have been luck as i'd say its got a 20-30% success rate for all 3D content. My TV recognises its a 3D signal so it switches, but XBMC is still on 2D mode.

I dont know if this is the fault of the media file, an issue with how im renaming them and im just getting lucky with some files, or whether XBMC uses something else, flags within the file that tell it its 3D... havent a clue.

This goes for OU and SBS, full or half. Anything it would seem, its all a pain in the bum Big Grin

edit - In using Alpha10 Win32, and using on WS2012-R2 if it helps
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RE: Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc - by PaulC2K - 2013-12-31, 23:44
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