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- Thu Jan 30, 2020 2:17 pm
- Forum: Blu-ray 3D
- Topic: 3D Blu-ray backup to disc not working
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I wanted to see if I could make physical backups of 3D Blu-ray discs, so I did a backup with MakeMKV and then burned a Blu-ray disc. It mounts just fine on my computer and MakeMKV can open it, but when I put the disc in my Sony 3D Blu-ray player on my home theater system, it won't play the main titl...
- Thu Jan 30, 2020 2:14 pm
- Forum: Blu-ray discs
- Topic: Drive stopped reading Blu-Rays
- Replies: 9
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This happened to me a few weeks ago. The solution was to shut my computer down, unplug the AC for 10 seconds, then restart. A restart alone was not enough. I suspect my Asus drive had an issue that required a complete power-off. May not work for you, but if you haven't tried it it's worth a shot.
I've had this drive for a couple of years now and it's been working flawlessly on my hackintosh. However, today MakeMKV failed to open two different Blu-ray Discs (not UHD, just regular BD) with several SCSI errors. Both discs open just fine with MakeMKV on another hackintosh in my home. Any suggest...
Yes, the MVC track was ripped; however, the resulting file does not play properly on my Epson. I'm using a Mac so that software isn't an option for me. I don't understand the mechanics of this process. Does the video software need to "pass-through" the video to the projector for decoding, similar to...
I'm still stuck. I ripped the 3D movie and it should still be frame packed, right? It's the Mpeg4-MVC-3D file from the disc. My Epson 3700 is supposed to have native frame pack decoding but the only options I see are TB and LR. Glasses are synced to the projector fine. However, the video clearly has...
If you have a projector that understands frame-packing, I'd stick with that instead of performing a conversion. Yes, my Epson 3700 has native 1080p frame-packing built in. The question I have, though, is do I need special software for my Mac to send the file to the projector to get 3d? Ideally, I'd...
I convert the 3D MKV file to SBS (side by side), if you go this route you can use any standard playback software if your projector or TV has SBS - most do. Does it matter if it's left-right or right-left encoding? This is for an Epson 3700 projector. The manual says: Frame Packing Side by Side Top ...
- Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:14 am
- Forum: UHD discs
- Topic: UHD playback on new VLC 3.0
- Replies: 9
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VLC3 still stutters on my MacBook Pro dual core i7 (2017 model). On the other hand, IINA (Mac only) plays 4k MKV rips with no trouble at all. It has hardware decoding of HEVC. It is now my go-to app for playback.
Thanks for the reply. I am encouraged by it! I have an Epson 3700 projector which will do 1080p SBS. So, I should rip a 3D movie (I don't have any yet) with MakeMKV, then use BD3D2MK3D.7z (I have a Windows 7 VM on my Mac) to convert it to SBS, then it can play back in Plex? Or do I need VLC or MPV? ...
Bringing this thread back to life... So, the steps are: 1. Use MakeMKV to rip the 3D video as described in post 2 2. Use software that can display 3D file 3. Have a TV or projector that is 3D capable Is this correct? If so, do you know of software that can be used for 3D for shutter glasses on a Mac?
It seems to handle the DTS audio just fine in the 1080p rip as well as the 4k Handbrake file. Is there something different about the DTS track in the original 4k rip? I only extracted the 5.1 DTS audio from the 7.1 DTS-MA.