Originally Posted by BlackShark
You'd probably need one of Sony's professional 3D tools to produce such a file, until someone patches x264 to match Sony's implementation.
Thanks. So that is where we are...
Does anyone know which professional tool can create that file?
Who is capable of making the changes to the tools (codec/scripts) ? How can we reach the devs and motivate them ?
Maybe explaining that now the PS3 stereo 3D setup is really cool and inexpensive:
an old PS3, a VIP Gamer, an old projector bought on auction, a wall. Very inexpensive setup and an investment that should last a bit, given that it rests on standards such as HDMI 1.4 to show content and USB drive to save content.
In my case, the projector is short through
- so the stereo 3D HD image takes the whole wall and
- the projector is between the players and the wall, so that people can play with the Move motion controller (a plus over the PC and very precise, not like the wii).
There is zero cross talk, no rainbow, bright image.
The whole thing can be moved to a friend's home and mounted easily and in moments (the projector simply sits on a chair near the wall).
At version 3.55, the PS3 is a great tool, hundreds of games. Stereo 3D games are now coming every month. They have got almost no distracting artifacts and you do not need to wait for drivers to be updated with game profiles.
The quality of the PS3 games got better over the years and is now high.
and, apart from games, also the ability to play HD stereo 3D videos from USB...
But if they prefer not to adopt it, you have been in the 3D world for a long time:
How can we contact them?
How can we convince them to create the upgrade?