WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
(2014-01-17, 16:36)Enkhil Wrote:
(2014-01-10, 21:51)mtjerneld Wrote: GUI looks fine, it's the video that gets reduced in quality. I also see the difference before switching the TV to 3D mode, so it's not because of some conversion on the TV end. I would provide screenshots of the difference, but xbmc hangs when I try to take a screenshot with 3D enabled. sigh.

When I watch a Half OU video I have the following experience:

With xbmc's 3D mode disabled:
- Video looks fine
- Menues and subtitles are not 3D-aware

With xbmc's 3D mode enabled
- Video is reduced in quality
- Menues and subtitles are rendered for both "eyes" and looks great.

This is really weird, especially since you say that no video conversion is taking place, but I'm totally confident that the video quality is significally different. I'll try to find a way to show it.

I'm on a Nvidia ION 330 chipset (Asrock).

//M

Did you set the 3D mode to match that of the file? If you try to play a Half-OU file while you have set your preferred mode to SBS, you will end up with reduced picture quality when XBMC scales each half from 1920x540 to 960x1080. The same thing happens when you try to play a Half-SBS file in OU mode.

I've got the exact same problem with hsbs/sbs.

If I had used Half-OU for sbs or vice versa I would have know instantly cause it would be a total mess(?).
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RE: Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc - by eiha - 2014-01-17, 22:30
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