Originally Posted by Pyronaut
So does the PS3 play the disc made from the muxed ISO as a "real" frame packed 3D disc with atmos sound? I'd be interested in that since I can play it in my Blu-Ray player instead of messing around with MKV files and using that dune player mentioned in earlier posts.
Yes, it does, and my other disc players do also. I gave up trying other formats as well. Easier just dealing with discs. You do need to stick with BD50s though, so just remux, no recompression.
Once you have the elements from the original (eg the 3d movie, and the atmos track separated):
Mount the source 3D iso
Open with DBInfo, and find the correct MPLS (in the playlist folder) to identify the 3D source (left and right eye) and subtitles
Run TSMuxer, and select the MPLS identified above
Untick any subtitles and audio streams from the 3D that you don’t want
Add the Atmos track (or the M2TS or mpls and just select the atmos track)
Set the Language code to ENG if not detected
Go to the split tab, and set it to split at some value. I do 1GB. If you don’t, you may end up with files too big for a layer. It messes up with 3D files - so if you say 1GB, the files are actually 4GB.
Set TSMuxer to create BR Iso
Start the creation
Once complete, mount the Iso, and open with BDInfo. Make sure the left and right eye streams match the source.
If you have some way to play it on your PC, and check audio sync, do so. Media Player Classic has no issues playing with the atmos track, but Video Lan does (choppy). MPC allows you to then set the audio delay, and figure how many milliseconds to add or remove. That said, I've only had to do this with one.