3D TV's usually only accept Megui's profile called "Max Compatibility" on simple profile you find in it's advanced configuration tab.
Then the audio during mux is Standard.
And these tv's only accept side by side Squished or half horizontal.
I suppose top bottom half vertical may work too but I never tried.
Your main thing though is the profile you use during encoding, it isn't MeGui's Max Compatibility profile.
To use Megui you need to dl and install avisynth, then dl megui.
Update megui when you open megui and install all the profiles it ask you about after it installs the updates.avisynthmegui
Other files you need:Haali media splittergrapheditmkvmergeffdshow
Then you use this avs file:
loadplugin("C:\\Program Files (x86)\\AviSynth 2.5\\plugins\\DirectShowSource.dll")
left=directshowsource("C:\\Users\\Jeremy\\Desktop\\left.mp4", audio=false, 23.976).spline64resize(960, 1080)
ight.mp4", audio=false, 23.976).spline64resize(960,1080)
return stackhorizontal(left, right).converttoyv12()
To make a avs file you need to have notepad, copy and paste this into notepad, and change the notepad extension to ".avs" and erase the ".txt" extension.
In ffdshow vfw configuration, decoder tab, set "mp4" to "wmv9", and set "raw video" to "all supported".
Assuming your source is ready. then you just input the left and right side into the avs file to point to where it is on your computer.
Open megui and set it to max compatibility.
Open the avs file.
Click enqueue, go to the queue tab and click start.
Wait then mux the audio using the tools, muxer tab, then mp4 and the audio source.
If your source isn't ready the video needs to be put into mkv using mkvmerge and then you add the mp4 and framerate in mkvmerge, save the file.
Drag and drop the file into graphedit, delete the decode at the end of the chain and save file as grf.
Add grf files to your avs file and use in megui.Watch tutorial.