Originally Posted by SandstormGT
I ordered a LG OLED65E6P that will be here in a few days. I use MakeMKV for my regular blurays and have no problems with Plex on Xbox One but I have also decided I wanted to digitize the few 3D blurays I have and maybe purchase a few more (Hobbit Trilogy Extended 3D, 15 total discs, $34 currently from Amazon.uk)
For the folks who are not watching physical 3D bluray disks, what exact setup are you using, both to extract the 3D stream off the disk, and the hardware used to play it back.
I realized at the last second, that while my Xbox One Fat can play physical 3D blurays, it doesn't appear to support the proper codec(s) to support the playback of 3D blurays from its Media Player App(plus who wants to get up to put a disk in, especially when some of the movies have 2 disks) so I purchased a Zidoo X9S off of Amazon since it was only $100 and highly recommended in the Kodi forums, I was also looking at the Med8ter and Dune players but they seemed somewhat expensive since I already use Plex for everything, just wanted something to stream 3D blurays from my NAS.
And just to answer my own question, since I have been up and running for about a week:
My 3D Bluray ripping process:
I use BDInfo to determine the correct mpls of the main movie
I use MakeMKV backup feature to create a 1:1 Decrypted backup, it contains all files from original disc but M2TS files will be decrypted (both AACS and BD+ will be removed)
I then load tsMuxer and add the mpls of the main movie under 'Input', choose the video tracks, audio tracks and subtitles that I want and then under 'Output', choose Blu-ray ISO and start the re-muxing process, usually takes under 15 minutes.
ISO file size is usually significantly reduced after leaving out all of the stuff you don't want. If it is a regular Blu-ray, I will run it back through MKV to generate a .MKV as Plex handles MKVs fine, but refuses to write code for ISO playback, I had to buy a Android Box(Zidoo X9S) for 3D and it only works well with ISOs, 3D MKVs lack the depth of ISO's for some reason.