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post #121 of 129 Old 07-29-2011, 05:21 AM
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Any news on this yet

no additional news on my side.
I thought that my previous post was sufficient for people to identify the encoder and the sw it ships with, but not so.


very surprisingly, it seems that we are the only ones interested in stereo 3D HD video that the PS3 shows natively in HDMI 1.4
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I am sure there There would be interest especially since you can have full hd and not sbs
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Hi guys, new to the forum.

I've followed this discussion from the doom thread as I'm also very keen to get the PS3 to auto switch into 3D mode when playing back my self produced 3D files.

I don't know if this has been asked, but has anyone been able to get a 1/2 res sbs file to auto switch using SEI frame packing 3?
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News from internet searches concerning the leaked PS3 SDK 3.60:
it seems that:
(1) it contains a simple Windows graphical application to convert input .AVI videos into .PAM files. PAM files are the PS3 videos that games use for cut scenes. Such files are playable from the PS3 main menu. (It is not clear whether they can be in 3D).
(2) among the many sample programs, there is a stereoscopic video player that can play SBS (side by side) videos in PS3 3D natively.
(3) there is also a utility to capture the screen into MP4 files (whether they are in 3D it is not clear).
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Sorry to bump an old thread,
I've tried to create frame-sequential 3D MP4 files similar to E320103DSizzle_Trailer-3D720.MP4 that will play in 3D with the Sony PlayStation 3,
(p.s. I found out that the 2014 Sony Bravia W8 series will play back such files in 3D from USB, I personally tested KDL-50W815B, KDL-50W805A)

I've observed that in 'E320103DSizzle_Trailer-3D720.MP4' each frame has:
1. access unit delimiter NAL
2. pic_timing SEI
3. frame_packing_arrangement SEI (a.k.a. payload type 45)

In addition, there is something special about the MP4 muxing itself,
I've tried to demux and remux 'E320103DSizzle_Trailer-3D720.MP4' using two different programs (MP4Box and MP4Creator),
this broke the ability of the Sony PS3 (v3.55) to detect the file as 3D.

I've noted that the following MP4 atoms are critical for successful 3D detection:
ftyp atom: majorBrand MUST be MSNV.
ftyp atom: one of the compatibleBrandsCount MUST be MSNV.
user atoms (uuid atoms): the presence of user (read: vendor) atoms is critical,
the AVC atom has a child user atom with uuid that starts with 3DDS,
and the user video-profile atom has a 3D related flag.

most of the structures fields are covered in movenc.c file from ffmpeg, I've managed to uncover the rest.

This means one must come-up with a tool that will mux or convert to Sony-compatible frame sequential 3D MP4 files.

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Done!
1. I wrote an MP4 multiplexer that can create PlayStation 3 / Sony W8 compatible 3D frame-sequential videos.
2. I've fixed x264 so it will produce valid frame-packing 5 videos.

A complete guide and a few 3D frame-sequential samples for the PS3 are available here.
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Hi Tal.aloni.

Interesting. I downloaded your test files and managed them to play them from a Roku 3. (720p works great, 1080p does not give me 3D, but I must assume this is inherrit to the DLP-link protocol). Files where installed on a Plex Media Server. Playback was done on a 3D ready DLP projector using DLP-Link + glasses. The Roku 3 and Projector are hooked up over a receiver with HDMI.

Reason for testing is that 3D ready DLP projectors only can play back 720p Frame Sequential. So I guess I will be havving a problem when playing 3D movies direct from the BD. One option is to buy a 3D convertor, but in that case it would only solve the issue for playing from my BD player. I want to copy the files over to my media server. Again, I could use the same convertor, but I rather do it without the additional hardware.

I have no clue where to begin, but maybe the best place is to begin at the begin... ? Are the native vob files of a 3D disk already Frame Sequential? Or do they regardless what always need to be converted if I want them saved as a frame sequential file?

Is this something your multiplexer can help me with? And if so, is it with a GUI, or can it also be used with a CLI. For now I used ffmpeg over CLI, but it seems like there is a lack of support when it comes to 3D Frame Sequential files.

Looking forward to hear from you. I did a lot of googling, and I think by finding your post about your media files, I am finally a first step closer to my goal.
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It is simple 60 Hz frame sequential video which can be created using Adobe Premiere CS5 or some free command line tolls like AVIsynth.

I have created such video at 720p resolution using side by side video as an input.

I am uploading it to my rapishare account and will post a link shortly.

Mathew Orman
Could you please point me in the right direction on how to convert SBS to FS with AVIsynth? For playback on a DLP 3D ready projector.
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Okay, learning something new everyday .

I installed SSIFsucka which kind of automates the entire convertion procedure among the various required software packages. The result seems to be that a SIFF file the main source, and the output file is a 2 x 1080p (L+R) interlaced media file in MKV format.

From what I can see when playing back on my DLP 3D ready projector, the file is Frame Sequential. But the problem is (again, if my understanding is correct) that DLP 3D ready projectors can only play back 2 x 720p FS files as 3D.

I tried the "Squeezed" option, but the output file is still a 1080p file. Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Many thanks in advance for your help.
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