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Cassimo
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BluRay 3D

Post by Cassimo » Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:20 am

Hello,

I have an BluRay with 3D content!

Is this scenario currently supported?

Thanks,
Christian

Woodstock
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by Woodstock » Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:32 pm

As in generating an MKV file that contains the MVC 3d code, or saving the backup files that contain it? The answer to those is "yes".

As in being playable as 3D in any particular program? That depends upon the playback program...
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dwaynnyt

Re: BluRay 3D

Post by dwaynnyt » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:22 pm

In addition to this, I would also like to ask if there are specific requirements for a 3D video to work in MakeMkv. Like the bit rate and all. Where can I please find all these information?

twa000
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by twa000 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 4:30 pm

dwaynnyt wrote:In addition to this, I would also like to ask if there are specific requirements for a 3D video to work in MakeMkv. Like the bit rate and all. Where can I please find all these information?
3D Bluray -> 3D MVC mkv .... as good as the original video/sound on the BluRay disc... but the Mede8er 600/1000 (3D media player's) are really the only boxes that will play the mkv. :D
I am not particularly pushing Mede8er, as I also own Dune media players including their 3D box.

Jmvannoy
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by Jmvannoy » Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:23 am

Has anyone tried a 3D BD rip on a Mede8er box? Does it really work?
twa000 wrote:
dwaynnyt wrote:In addition to this, I would also like to ask if there are specific requirements for a 3D video to work in MakeMkv. Like the bit rate and all. Where can I please find all these information?
3D Bluray -> 3D MVC mkv .... as good as the original video/sound on the BluRay disc... but the Mede8er 600/1000 (3D media player's) are really the only boxes that will play the mkv. :D
I am not particularly pushing Mede8er, as I also own Dune media players including their 3D box.

epbbkb
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by epbbkb » Sun Dec 01, 2013 5:33 pm

twa000 wrote:
dwaynnyt wrote:In addition to this, I would also like to ask if there are specific requirements for a 3D video to work in MakeMkv. Like the bit rate and all. Where can I please find all these information?
3D Bluray -> 3D MVC mkv .... as good as the original video/sound on the BluRay disc... but the Mede8er 600/1000 (3D media player's) are really the only boxes that will play the mkv. :D
I am not particularly pushing Mede8er, as I also own Dune media players including their 3D box.
Hey Everyone,

I hope everyone enjoyed their holiday!

I'm still pretty new to this whole Blu Ray backup situation. I purchased MakeMKV, and am backing up all my Blu Rays. Works fantastic on regular ones. Just bought my first 3D BR in Man of Steel. Luckily, it came with a separate disc just for the 3D movie, so when I put it in MakeMKV, it automatically detected the MVC stream, since that was the only video stream on the disc. MakeMKV created the MVK just fine using the WDTV profile.

Now, when I go to play it on the WDTV, the video halts about 5 seconds into playback, but the audio continues. I saw the above comment, and just want to confirm that the Mede8er 600/1000 is the only box that will play the MVC mkv? VLC plays the file just fine, but obviously, there is no 3D since I'm just watching it on my computer.

Is there any other way to make a backup of the disc and play the 3D version on the WDTV via my network?

Thanks in advance for the help!

hdmkv
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by hdmkv » Mon Dec 09, 2013 1:31 pm

Nope, WD TV can't plan MVC files. In fact, it can't play 3D, maybe except SBS or top/bottom formats. I have Mede8er 600X3D, which plays all 3D formats, including MVC MKV. The 800X3D and 1000X3D also as they're based on the same Realtek 1186 chip and Mede8er firmware. The Mede8er X3D players are the only ones at the moment that can play MVC (3D) MKV's. XBMC can play them (via a home theater PC), but only as 2D.

What you can do is rip to MVC MKV via MakeMKV, then later, should you need an ISO again, use the new tsMuxeR to create an ISO for playback in Popcorn Hour A-400 and Dune 3D players.

Chetwood
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Re: BluRay 3D

Post by Chetwood » Mon Dec 09, 2013 2:42 pm

The WDTV does only SBS 3D.
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