I mean, I got two videos (.264 Format) of the same movie, Left & Right, and I'm not that sure how to do this.
Should I use mkvtoolnix, add both videos and define it in "Format specific options" > Stereocopy > "side by side (left first)(1; side_by_side_left_first)" for the Left video and do the same only with the right option OR should I get the "Both eyes laced in one block (left first) and do that also to the Right side, of course?
Please help me...
And, will my 3D HDTV recognize it as a 3D video with Xtreamer Prodigy (Black) Streamer?
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Work backwards. And reference a known-good file.
See what files "Xtreamer Prodigy Streamer" can output. Find out which of those can produce 3D on your TV (the manuals for both should help here). Then make your file(s) according to that spec. Model #s of the various components would be necessary for us to assist further.
SbS is (usually) set up to be 1/2 the resolution of a dual-stream video, so there is the correspondingly lesser bitrate, but it IS also backwards-compatible (in the sense that it is "viewable", not that it would be enjoyable that way). To go from what you have to SbS would entail re-encoding. This may or may not be true of dual-stream (usually not). Still too many variables to be clear.
More info please...
O.k, look, I didn't mean that those two pictures would turn to a SBS movie, which will give me only half of the full resolution that i want.
I want to take those two .264 files (both of them 1080p) and just define it on mkvtoolnix what is the Left side and what is the Right one, si I could have the 3D Pop message on my 3D HDTV.
I want to have 1080p FHD 3D picture that is made of two 1080p pictures (Left eye & Right eye) - Just like when you play a 3D Blu-ray Disc on PS3 or 3D Blu-ray Player. You get it?
Could you help me?
Yes, I get it, but unless you have a SPECIAL media player that:
1. Accepts and Understands MKV
2. Accepts and Understands MK3D
3. Accepts and can handle either EXTRA-WIDE SbS or EXTRA-TALL T/B or Dual-streams, and can
4. Converts to HDMI 3D "Frame Packing" format over HDMI 1.4
and you connect via HDMI hi-speed cabling -
You CANNOT have "FULL-HD-3D".
Currently BD3D (via the HDMI 1.4 FramePacking method) is the ONLY industry-wide specification that provides for Full-HD-3D out to consumer display devices, not counting a few 3D cameras that emulate the same function. This also doesn't count HTPC-to-3DTV connections that use nVidea 3DVision methods, but the 3DTV or monitor in those cases must explicitly support 3DVision (rare for 3DTVs), where 3DVision sends out a ~120Fps framerate (alternating L+R).
You could always re-encode to MVC & re-author to BD3D, using Vegas Pro+DvdArchitect (cheapest option by far), then you'd have a true BD3D that would work "just like" a BD3D!
Thank you so much! You explained it perfectly.
I read about the Xtreamer Prodigy (Black) and it has a Full HD 3D support, 1.4 HDMI connection.
Also read a review that says it supports whether Full 3D (.iso file) or SBS/TB videos.
But... if I had that media player or a media streamer that supports FHD3D- What option should I define in mkvtoolnix:
First option: "side by side (left first)(1; side_by_side_left_first)"
Second option: ""both eyes laced in one block (left first)"?