This stuff is not user friendly and time consuming. It took me a while to read about the hardware/software and set it up to work with everything (Reclock, SVP, etc), and I still get stuck sometimes.
Did a few more tests. Selected Full RGB, 8bit, [email protected]
Used DXVA2 copy back. Enabled 3D Stereoscopic manually from NVCP.
Added Lav filters as external, just like in the example you provided. Why does madvr need to be added as an external filter?. Tried to replicate your setup, none worked.
It would sometimes crash (with the same nvidia dll at fault), sometimes it would go in fullscreen, but no 3d effects.
Tried with 2 samples ripped with DVDFab, one with the 3D MKV, the other with 3D MVC MKV Passthrough.
For the 3D MVC MKV one, Media Info tells me it's one video stream Stereo [email protected]
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, appears as an SBS in all tests.
The 3D MKV tells me it's 2 video streams [email protected]
, appears as normal image in all tests.
I understand codec packs can cause issues, however since it says on the K lite codec pack that 3D MVC should work, then I don't know why it would't.
But I did uninstall it. Still failed.
I went ahead and uninstalled everything, ran CCleaner, deleted remaining folders.
Installed MPC HC x64 1.7.16, madvr v0.92.17, LAV x64 0.73. Did not work.
Uninstalled/deleted everything again, installed MPC BE x64 1.5.2 (build 4025) beta, madv v0.92.17, Lav X64 0.73.
Are you sure it works on Win7? In the 1st page on the thread a user noticed screenshots were taken on Win8.
I can play the 3D iso fine with WinDvd.
Added pictures with settings in madvr and MPC BE.
LE: I noticed in the LAV VIdeo configuration window MPEG-4 is greyed out in all instances expect for NVIDIA CUVID. I tried it in this configuration, when it does not crash there are no 3D effects. The MVC is still SBS.
After selecting copy back, the MPEG-4 is greyed out, but remains clicked unless I go back to CUVID and unselect it.