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(2020-08-08, 12:48)robl45 Wrote: Why use this versus the dsplayer build? I've been using that for 2 years plus now. I know I tried this previously but there was something or other that wouldn't work correctly.

Well...., this is a good reason why not: https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid...pid2948511

@Krobar, nope, not yet. I've disconnected my Windows 3D player sometime ago and then came the heat Smile But if you don't update the current version, someday I will connect it again and test this build Smile
Kodi 18.7 [MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics] Windows 10 - 1903 [3840x2160/60Hz]
Kodi 18.9 AndroidTV [ Shield TV Pro [64b] / Mi Box S [32b] / Mi Projector ]
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(2020-08-17, 18:19)Aphykit2006 Wrote: Hi,
For me, v18.7 is working good. Many thanks… Only left eye first i must manally activate).
New intel i7 8300 windows 10 (with stopupdates) and latests intel drivers .
Just one question :
Inside intel driver configuration, are you using rgb or ycbr ?
Limited range or full range ? 16/235 or not ?

Note my hdmi is 1.4
Thanks
I'm using RGB Full Range.

My understanding is that Kodi converts to RGB to process video and most displays are natively RGB not ycbcr. Happy to be corrected on this if I'm wrong.

This means:
In RGB mode:
YCbCr Source -> Convert to RGB for processing -> Display
In YCbCr mode:
YCbCr source -> Convert to RGB for processing -> Convert back to YCbCr for Display output -> Convert back to RGB for Display -> Display
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(2020-08-20, 15:59)Krobar Wrote:
(2020-08-17, 18:19)Aphykit2006 Wrote: Hi,
For me, v18.7 is working good. Many thanks… Only left eye first i must manally activate).
New intel i7 8300 windows 10 (with stopupdates) and latests intel drivers .
Just one question :
Inside intel driver configuration, are you using rgb or ycbr ?
Limited range or full range ? 16/235 or not ?

Note my hdmi is 1.4
Thanks
I'm using RGB Full Range.

My understanding is that Kodi converts to RGB to process video and most displays are natively RGB not ycbcr. Happy to be corrected on this if I'm wrong.

This means:
In RGB mode:
YCbCr Source -> Convert to RGB for processing -> Display
In YCbCr mode:
YCbCr source -> Convert to RGB for processing -> Convert back to YCbCr for Display output -> Convert back to RGB for Display -> Display

Hi
Thank you.
So do I, but i vas not shure.
Regards. And 3D power
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(2020-08-08, 12:48)robl45 Wrote: dsplayer build? I've been using that for 2 years plus now

Are you using iso files or mk3d with DS Player? I can play iso files after mounting fine with DS Player, but not directly within Kodi itself as dsplayer does not support ISO files.
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I just convert to mkv. The subtitles never worked outside of mkv
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I'm trying to get an Optiplex 7020 with Intel HD Graphics 4600 to work as a HTPC. But so far no luck. As soon as I enable 3D in Windows settings the system gets really unstable and when trying to play 3D-MVC video it crashes. And it hangs really frequently during normal use. All gets stable again when I disable 3D.

I'm using the old driver recomended for this chipset.

Any thoughts?
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(2020-09-06, 19:20)pelle74 Wrote: I'm trying to get an Optiplex 7020 with Intel HD Graphics 4600 to work as a HTPC. But so far no luck. As soon as I enable 3D in Windows settings the system gets really unstable and when trying to play 3D-MVC video it crashes. And it hangs really frequently during normal use. All gets stable again when I disable 3D.

I'm using the old driver recomended for this chipset.

Any thoughts?
I just saw I read the table wrong. I should use the current drivers with this chipset. But that doesn't work either.
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So I'm working on an 18.8 build but have finally narrowed down the right eye first issue.

The right eye first issue occurs when using MKV which are marked as right eye first. The display will change to 3D mode and the codec info will report "block_rl" mode for the codec instead of the normal "block_lr". The problem is it displays the same eye in both frames so the picture is completely flat.

Workaround:
Open the file in MKVToolNixGui header editor
Expand the video and change the "Video stereo mode" from 14 to 13
Save the change
Now you will get a proper 3D effect from Kodi with this file but will need to enable the swap eyes option

I have had a look at trying to fix this but unfortunately I'm not much of a programmer and have never done anything with C. A variable called hints.stereo.mode seems to be used to store the determined 3D mode / right eye first from the MKV and I could easily disable that behaviour but I cannot see a function to manipulate the user swap eyes function and it seems like a less than ideal fix anyway. @afedchin can you offer any help or advice on how to fix this issue?
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(2020-09-14, 09:40)Krobar Wrote: So I'm working on an 18.8 build but have finally narrowed down the right eye first issue.

The right eye first issue occurs when using MKV which are marked as right eye first. The display will change to 3D mode and the codec info will report "block_rl" mode for the codec instead of the normal "block_lr"… ..

Hi Krobar.
I find this in ghithub. I'm not shure but may be it can help
https://github.com/popcornmix/xbmc/commi...11dc24d799
Regards
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