Originally Posted by zombie10k
hi, I just tried that method and was able to get it to work. I first used gMKVextract to extract the THD file from the original 3D /ATMOS mkv. I then processed the ATMOS track with eacto -> THD + AC3, file went from 4.4GB -> 5.0 GB I then renamed it *.ac3
- added the original 3D MKV I made with make mkv + mkvtoolnix (used to merge 2D BD ATMOS + 3D MVC MKV)
export to BD ISO.
I can play it back perfect on my Dune 4K solo + ATMOS, audio sync is dead on. Dune 4K Solo cannot playe 3D MVC MKV files so this is good to see the 3D ISO working.
I will burn it to a BD and see if it plays on a traditional player like my Panasonic UB900.
Nice work Zombie! Please update us if you can create a BD, I would love a hard copy that would also play in my player vs using a computer.
Originally Posted by Hellohowareyou
This sounds intriguing, best of all it seems to be free (maybe?) Is there a tutorial somewhere for a newbie to try out? Many thanks.
This is the guide I started with, https://www.avforums.com/threads/gui...madvr.2030649/
But it didnt work completely, I had to play with a couple options. The main thing was that when referencing using the LAV decoders, I installed them and configured them, but they didn't work externally I think. I ended up copying them into the MPC-HC directory. These are my notes I wrote in a notepad so if I had reinstall haha
Install LAV filters with MVC extra pack
Check config of LAV second tab for MVC H264
Overwrite LAV filters in MPC_HC with installed ones
Install MAD VR
Set output in MPC-HC to MAD VR
Open a movie, double click MAD VR on tray icon
Under renderer turn on 3d and click use 3d option
Open Nvidia control panel, turn on stereo 3d and do the small setup (3dtv play not needed)
Start MPC-HC , open 3d movie, go to fullscreen
For bitstreaming, open internal filters in options, audio decoder, set bitstreams