Win Intel HTPCs/NUCs & Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback
(2016-06-22, 18:07)brazen1 Wrote: Fwiw, you can run your title through mkvtoolnix and select left eye first for your right eye first titles to correct. It only takes a few minutes.
Hey @brazen1, I just used MakeMKV on 'The Hobbit, part 1' disc 1 and on 'Bait', which are both right-eye first titles, but when I open up in MKVToolNix, I see this for both...

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...indicating left-eye first, which isn't right, at least per MKVToolNix's documentation...
Quote:13: both eyes laced in one Block (left eye is first) (field sequential mode)
14: both eyes laced in one Block (right eye is first) (field sequential mode)
Why? 'The Hobbit' and 'Bait' are definitely right-eye first. Hmm.



(2016-06-22, 18:39)movie78 Wrote:
(2016-06-22, 18:19)hdmkv Wrote: Auto flip-eyes doesn't appear to be functioning w/the latest (June 8) build, at least for ISO's. But, didn't know you could set left-eye first via MKVToolNix... I may just mount my right-eye first ISO's, demux, set left-eye first, then mux back into ISO.

That's is a good idea, but what ATMOS/TRUEHD ?
TsMuxer doesn't support that.
It does. tsMuxeR needs a TrueHD/ATMOS + AC3 core combined track. MKV doesn't support this; it needs those audio tracks to be separate. So, to build a new ISO w/tsMuxeR, only use the video track from MKV, and use only the audio track (THD+AC3) from your original ISO.

If you want, you can also do it all from just the MKV w/TrueHD or ATMOS by using EAC3to to build a new THD+AC3 track, via command line like so:
Code:
eac3to moviename3d.mkv 2: new-track.thd+ac3

Then, use tsMuxeR to build new ISO.
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