WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
(2014-01-27, 09:14)afedchin Wrote:
(2014-01-27, 09:02)acidizer Wrote: @afedchin
Thanks for the replay, i will give it a try tonight. Please edit the link you posted and remove DOT from the end of the link, for fellas unfamiliar with Google drive Smile Where can i follow the development process and participate as tester?

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Thanks.
After Gotam release I will create a thread at this forum.

(2014-01-27, 09:06)Tomkun Wrote:
(2014-01-27, 08:59)afedchin Wrote: Your display connected to GeForce? right? Connect it to HDMI port at motherboard.
So I can't have the display through the graphics card, just the integrated graphics?
Yes, Intel InTru 3D can be used only if display connected to the integrated graphics. The version I've posted above support Nvidia also, but you need enable sterescopic into NVidia Control Panel.
Hi Afedchin,

having started a while ago to seriously consider XBMC (Gotham icw Linux/Openelec) as the basis for a fully integrated high-performance media centre development, I have posted some USB audio questions in one forum, and while looking into 3D and blu-ray I came across this thread wrt 3D video playback. My hardware is Intel Haswell i3 which -from chip PoV- supports frame packed full HD 3D.

From what I read is that XBMC in a 'afedchin build' does support this frame packed 3D mode, but only on a Windows environment AND with some 3rd party licensing issues. If so, is it also possible to use some sources for us to make our own Openelec development build? A windows version purely for demo would also be ok; we're working on a blasses-less 55" demo on the short term. We can use another player but it would be great to show this capability running under Windows XBMC if we can be pretty certain it will come to Linux XBMC world ;-)

Can you please indicate the status quo wrt full resolution 3D frame packed (sequential) under (Linux) XBMC?

Thanks in advance and regards,
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Intel® InTru™ 3D support - by acidizer - 2014-01-26, 12:47
RE: Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc - by MGA1500 - 2014-05-12, 18:56


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