Win Intel HTPCs/NUCs & Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback
Hi there, i have a short question about Kodi and MVC playback.
Sorry that i enter this thread - i already posted in the video support subforum but it seems, there is nobody who knows the answer.

I run Kodi 18.0 on a new gemini-lake system under Lubuntu 18.10 and have a video projector connected with hdmi.

As far as i understand, Kodi is able to decode MVC, at least i can playback a MVC-mkv in 2d with small quality problems.
For the 3d output there are 2 possibilities - hardware-based and software-based 3d-frame-pack output. Right?

Now it seems, that the hardware-based output is even on gemini-lake boards still problematic. There is the opportunity to choose hardware-based output in Kodi, but in reality this does not work.
So i tried to get the software based encoding running, but it does not work. When i follow some of the posts here, it seems everything depends on ffmpeg and its capabilities. So i looked at there site and found this filter-documentation at their site:
3d-filters
As you can see, the last output-filter is a "HDMI frame pack"-filter. It looks like this filter should give out the wished 3d-frame-pack stream.

So my question is, how can i use this filter in Kodi?
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