WIP Stereoscopic 3D support for half/full SBS, over/under, etc
(2014-05-29, 16:17)da-anda Wrote: + framepacking requires HW driver support, which might not be a problem on Windows, but I'm not sure about the linux world

I don't know about windows, but in openelec (linux) I added a modeline for 1920 x 2205 (on an intel NUC DC3217IYE). Now I can select 1920x2205 in XBMC, which automatically puts XBMC and my tv in 3D mode. If I then start a 3D movie, I assume it sends a full HD 3D image to the screen. (I can't really test it, because on a passive TV like mine, it's always displayed as half-OU).

It's difficult to tell, because the mkv file needs to be full OU or SBS resolution, but the display width and height in the mkv header needs to be different to get the correct aspect ratio from XBMC (for the 1920x2160 file, I need to set the headers to 3840x2160 or 1920x540). For some reason XBMC allways assumes OU is half-OU. I do fear XBMC might be converting full-OU to half-OU to framepacked resolution (full-OU + 45 blank lines) loosing half the resolution, but I can't verify this.
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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 toxwa - 2014-05-30, 20:09


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