Hi, here is the info below:
The process to get a 3D M2TS file that is compatible with the Oppo 203/205 adds several extra layers to the process since it cannot play a 3D MKV file.
some important notes:
* TSMuxer is required for this process. It cannot recognize a TrueHD track that is already muxed into an MKV without first extracting the THD+AC3 as a separate file.
* Eacto is required to first extract the file that will later be merged with the video source in TSMuxer.
First load the MKV file that has the ATMOS track. This could be either the UHD source or perhaps a 2D BD if lucky enough to contain the ATMOS track as well.
Select 'TRUE' + THD+AC3
and click on 'Add
', then RUNCL
which will process the file. In this example it will look like this:
in TSMUXER - add the 3D MKV file (if it was already muxed with ATMOS track, it will state an error that audio track cannot be loaded) - OK the error, we can still keep going no problem.
add the THD+AC3 track to the input area
**IMPORTANT** - for the Oppo 203 3D playback, the H.264 track must be the first entry... use the UP/DOWN option to move it.
In some cases like Aquaman, the UHD audio is 1 second off from the 3D video. It was easy to see when first muxing it. I added 1000MS to the general track options and it's now perfectly synced. This is pretty rare, it's usually 1:1 with no sync changes needed.
Click on 'Start Muxing
' to create the 3D+ATMOS M2TS file.
This is also a perfect method to use to created 3D BD ISO, just pick Blu-ray ISO instead of M2TS. Using IMGBURN I just burned backups of Aquaman and Spiderverse to 50GB Verbatim disks and they play perfect in the Oppo 203 and my Panasonic UB820.