@ndjamena: Dune plays whatever it is given, which can be a m2ts file or an mkv, mp4, etc, etc, etc. It also supports Bluray structure either as folders or within the ISO. 3D MVC is only possible when in ISO on Dune. Obviously it is not playing the m2ts file directly because if it were the film would be playing in 2D as is the case with my second player the Dune Smart D1 which doesn't support MVC.
I still maintain that it's how the original film was authored that is the problem because I'm not the only one with this issue and others are not using Dune as well as have ripped the movies using different software and yet the result is the same, check these posts:
Also if you look here: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=168539&page=56 there is mention of tsmuxer detecting the right base of a film when opening the playlist by checking a 3D setting box under the Bluray tab. With the Edge of Tomorrow the box is checked hence the flag is there and playlists of films with the left base always have this box unchecked in tsmuxer. The tsmuxer is also suppose to correct this problem but unfortunately it doesn't seem to work. I tried it, someone else has tried it and to no avail.
I can appreciate when I'm wrong but 3 different software, 3 different players and same problem with the SAME films?
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Last edited by tommy2010; 17th Nov 2014 at 23:21.
No it doesn't. There isn't as yet ANY device that is a universal player - all have some shortcomings regarding formats, decoding options, resolutions, bandwidth, etc. Dune is no different.
It's not "just the authoring", because those original movies on BD3D do NOT seem to have that problem AFAIK, only RIPPED (or Ripped+Converted) copies of them. Which puts the burden of correct file interpretation on the ripping/converting app.
Also, I've already demonstrated examples where one could have different base views but the same resulting image, or the other case where one could have the same base views but different resulting image. There are/can be more than just one single factor affecting the outcome.
@tommy2010, that last argument is weak, especially if they are all using the same or similar codebase and (incomplete?) assumptions/understandings.
Last edited by Cornucopia; 18th Nov 2014 at 00:34.
More info. Particularly helpful might be pages 10-13 regarding SPS & SEI data.
Or maybe this.
Also, THIS shows that the View ID# is not the same as the View Order Index # (the latter being the more important base view determiner). If the decoder/converter apps are using the former as their indicator, this could be where things are going wrong when the two #s don't agree.
Last edited by Cornucopia; 18th Nov 2014 at 00:37.
I recently aqcuired a retail Blu-ray 3D disc. However, it has right eye first. I'm using LG3DTV connected to my PC and AV receiver. To play 3D discs I use PowerDVD 19 and it has the option to switch the view from right eye to left eye.
But, I wasn't happy as all other discs I have are default left eye first. So, I tried tsmuxer option switching the base view to right eye and created an ISO.
Now, I don't have to change the setting in PowerDVD 19 every time I watched this movie in 3D.
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