mede8er + 3D Depth

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  1. LongStrength

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    wth is this lol

    All I know is I prefer it on 1.

    the more I turn it up the more goggle eyed I feel.

    This is with HUGO on a 55HX853.


    I should also point out, I ripped HUGO via makemkv then I read something somewhere about it not ripping FULL 3D? and I need to use the entire ISO for this, is this correct?
     
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    It is full 3d with make mkv , people get confused with sbs mkv and think there the same

    No need for the Iso, as long as you ripped it from blu ray or an Iso image

    And the 3d setting affects the strength of the 3d

    Lots of games have this option
     
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    Mede8er support
    ISO=full 1080p per eye
    Half SBS=960x1080 per eye
    Half TB= 1920x540 per eye

    SBS preserves the full vertical resoltion while TB preserves the full hortizontial resolution.

    Not supported
    Full SBS=1920X1080 per eye

    From the viewer/filmaker perspective, i dont mess with 3D settings, because all 3D movies are not filmed equal, if the filmaker intent to give more deep to one scene and less deep to the other, i want to see it like it as intent to show on screen, but thats its just me.

    the only changes i made is swap the left/right eye in X3D (NOT in tv or projector) for certain movies, like turtles tale, drive angry etc

    Some of this movies were encoded with the right eye as the first stream and the left eye as the second stream. Almost all other 3D Blu-rays have the left eye as the first stream.
     
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    Many thanks, slightly missed my question though I am not concerned about what the mede8er supports it was more what makemkv will rip, full HD 3D or not, as in, liek wher efor passive 3D it is not full HD is it? or something like that, but active IS.
     
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    Guys

    Can you just clarify the makemkv and sbs thing. I've ripped some blu ray 3Ds to 3D MVC using MakeMKV and if I want them to play on my Mede8er as 3D I press menu and then highlight the side by side option on the menu. This will result in full 3D HD?

    Thanks
     
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    full 3D mkv is not support, see my post above

    if you rename the file to IE: avatar 3D.SBS.mkv or avatar 3D.TB.mkv it will auto open the 3D without the use of menu.

    if you asking about the differences between 3DISO vs 3DMKV we need to open another flame topic to discuss it.
     
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    I am... SO CONFUUUUUUSED

    To get FULL 3D do I need to use something else to get the ISO or is makemkv going to do it...

    I could not be more confused right now.
     
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    Oh yes it is

    Full 100% sbs is not supported but full 3d mkv is

    Mvc 3d mkv is a new format that gives 1080p to each eye , it has 2 video streams

    You use make mkv to create it from a blu ray
    It just packages the video and sound in a mkv container with out re encoding the video or sound , its a lossless format

    And very good , I have converted all my 3d Iso flies to mvc 3d mkv
     
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    And you need to select sbs or TV to kick start 3d mode as there is not an option for full 3d mkv yet

    I just add the sbs to the file name

    I can understand where the confusion comes from , when I first heard about the full 3d mkv I was sure people were talking about 50% sbs
     
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    OK this is GREAT.

    So, TO CLARIFY, I use makemkv to rip a 3D BD like, HUGO, select MVC 3D and then add SBS to the file name? then it will play FULL 3D on my mede8er?

    CHEERS.
     
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    you right my mistake, i put mkv incorreclty, i want to mention Full HD SBS 3D 3840x1080 resolution (the one made with dvdfab)
     
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    Seems like you guys are mixing up terms here. Full HD 3D simply means 1920x1080 per image per eye; so both eyes get to see a full HD image at all times. Any other resolution is not Full HD 3D. Go figure.

    Now as to how you pack this into a file format... a Blu-ray disc uses 2 sets of files to do it, which isn't very practical when storing it on any other medium. MakeMKV can grab the info though and remux it into Full HD 3D MKV files; those actually contain the unaltered data. And according to its specs, the Mede8er SHOULD be able to play them.
     
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    Strength of a large bald goat.

    Many thanks, yeah I know it was evertyting else I was confused about, FULL HD 3D is what I am after, by the time you have read MANY things and many posts you can come away with allot of half anoosed information, some of it misleading AT BEST, making half the other **** you NEW no longer make sense making confusion CONFUSING

    So yeah, FULL HD 3D with makemkv.
     
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    Thanks guys

    That's cleared that up for me. I just wanted to know before I go and rip anymore of my 3D blu rays
     

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