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Old 7th November 2013, 21:23   #81  |  Link
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Does it work for you? I tired with Directshowmvcplugin but no go for me and then I decied to send whole package to author for testing. Except magic path is stereoplayer.exe instead mvc toavi.exe
Look my tutorial from my signature, i have updated my tutorial for support yuv from ffdshow (up of 1920x1080)
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Old 7th November 2013, 21:25   #82  |  Link
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I would think so, give it a try and let us know how it goes for you.
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F:\MVC Player\MVCtoAVI.exe>"F:\MVC Player\MVCtoAVI.exe\Tools\Frim MVC Decoder Encoder\FRIMEncode.exe" mvc -i "F:\MVC Player\MVCtoAVI.exe\Preview.avs" -avi -sbs 2 -viewoutput -o H:\L.h264 -o H:\R.h264 -b 60000 -u 4
FRIM Encoder version 1.11 (build: Nov  7 2013)
 - based on Intel(R) Media SDK (version: 4.0.760.60435)

Input format    YUV420
Output video    AVC
MFX dll:        F:\MVC Player\MVCtoAVI.exe\Tools\Frim MVC Decoder Encoder\libmfxsw32.dll

Source picture:
 Resolution             1920x1088
 Crop X,Y,W,H           0,0,1920,1080
Destination picture:
 Resolution             1920x1088
 Crop X,Y,W,H           0,0,1920,1080
Frame rate              23.976
Bitrate control         CBR
 bitrate                60000
GOP structure:
 GOP length             24
 I-/P-frame distance    4
 IDR-frame interval     1
 GOP type               Opened
Num of slices           6
Target usage            4 (balanced)

Memory type             system
Media SDK impl          sw
Media SDK version       1.7

Processing started
Frame number: 37969
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Does this mean I can feed it demuxed h264 files directly from a 3DBD?
Yes directly from iso 3DBD without demuxing (With Avisynth by DirectShowMVCSource in next update of MVC Player Free)
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Does this mean I can feed it demuxed h264 files directly from a 3DBD?
Yes -
demux main and dependent view (e.g. using eac3to -demux xxx.ssif) please try it...
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new crash with avisynth script... (Ten recodage with x264 x86 and no crash, no crash with export to YUV)

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Hi,

FRIMDecode mvc -i input_L.h264 -i input_R.h264 -o output.yuv
I think it would be better if naming convention is like this

-i input_L.h264 > -i input_B.h264
-i input_R.h264 > -i input_D.h264

B: Base, D: Dependent

Since some movies have inverse in order how they store stream.
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I think it would be better if naming convention is like this

-i input_L.h264 > -i input_B.h264
-i input_R.h264 > -i input_D.h264

B: Base, D: Dependent

Since some movies have inverse in order how they store stream.
Right - next release I'll update documentation to be more self-explanatory.
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new crash with avisynth script... (Ten recodage with x264 x86 and no crash, no crash with export to YUV)

- What is the length (in minutes) of the movie you are processing?
- Are you using avisynth script or elementary view .h264?
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Look my tutorial from my signature, i have updated my tutorial for support yuv from ffdshow (up of 1920x1080)
If I understand
Thank you, that make sense I will give it a try, however still it would be nice to feed full sbs to encoder with directshowmvcsourceplugin only and get encoding going.
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- What is the length (in minutes) of the movie you are processing?
- Are you using avisynth script or elementary view .h264?
Avisynth, it is also in the header of the post.
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I think it would be better if naming convention is like this

-i input_L.h264 > -i input_B.h264
-i input_R.h264 > -i input_D.h264

B: Base, D: Dependent

Since some movies have inverse in order how they store stream.
OK i change my CMD Line
My tool for AVC/MVC order First view of SSIF.rar
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OK i change my CMD Line
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Post was geared towards videofan3d
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- What is the length (in minutes) of the movie you are processing?
- Are you using avisynth script or elementary view .h264?
With Avisynth
133402 frames total 266804
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Is it possible to add an option to decoder/transcoder (let's say it would be -d key) to have possibility of decoding/transcoding dependent view only?
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Is it possible to add an option to decoder/transcoder (let's say it would be -d key) to have possibility of decoding/transcoding dependent view only?
It make sense for decoder, however for transcoding and encoding I can't think of reason to add it.
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Is it possible to add an option to decoder/transcoder (let's say it would be -d key) to have possibility of decoding/transcoding dependent view only?
Do you mean to get only the R-eye?

Please note that from MVC principle: base view can be decoded to L-eye, but for decoding R-eye you need both: base view and dependent view together.
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It make sense for decoder, however for transcoding and encoding I can't think of reason to add it.
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Do you mean to get only the R-eye?

Please note that from MVC principle: base view can be decoded to L-eye, but for decoding R-eye you need both: base view and dependent view together.
I think, what op is referring to ability to decode data from dependent view in such way that it can be viewed without any dependence.
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I think, what op is referring to ability to decode data from dependent view in such way that it can be viewed without any dependence.
Exactly.
I want do something like this:
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FRIMDecode mvc -i l.h264 -i r.h264 -o \\.\pipe\out.yuv -d | x264 --qp 0 -o dependent.264 - --fps 23.976 --input-res 1920x1080
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Exactly.
I want do something like this:
oh, I see what you are saying. Good news we already have decoder which can do it for you and yes you can use X.264 encoder with it.
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v1.11 named pipe still does not work here. Now I get the error:
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