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post #1 of 3 Old 04-05-2012, 11:28 AM - Thread Starter
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I posed this question in another forum and didn't get any response, so I thought I'd throw it out there. I'm currently running a Windows 7 x64, and play my 3D Bluray ISO's in TotalMedia Theatre (extremely cumbersome). I'm thinking about switching to all Linux, but am wondering if I'll be able to play my frame-packed 3D Bluray ISOs. I searched and searched and couldn't find anything definitive. I'm not interested in the SBS, converted stuff. Don't really care about menus either...I just want to be able to play my non-compressed, non-converted 3D Bluray ISO files.
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mythtv 0.25 mentions 3d playback. I had seen patches to xbmc to use external 3d player
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The support in mythTV is only for the GUI to accomodate SBS modes. You might check out bino for frame-packed playback support
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