3D Questions

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  1. Chrish85

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    Hi all,

    got received my TV yet (being delivered on saturday), however I'll be playing these on an LG 55LM760T which does support mkv playback

    So I have a few 3D MKV files..

    Most are LEFT:RIGHT split, however there are also a couple that are
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    split.. whats the difference and will my TV play both with no problems or will I need to convert them to a different split type? :lease:

    Thanks for your help and sorry if this is in the wrong section, couldn't work out best place for this.

    Thanks
     
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    thread moved

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    These are usually referred to as H-SBS (half side by side) and H-OU (half over and under).

    Both will play fine but for best playback quality you should try to acquire H-OU if you can. Most playback problems will relate to lack of codec support and high bit rate issues which you'll quickly get used to.
     
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    Video will play OK
    Most mkv 3D movies have DTS audio which many TV do not support. Previous LG gerneration (LW series) do not support DTS. I do not know whether new LM series have more audio support.
    Have a look at the detail specifications on the audio codec supported.
     
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    The LM range supports DTS.
     

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