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Old 6th November 2018, 23:14   #981  |  Link
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In 1.29 I made changes mainly related to HEVC and also to include VPP unit into FRIMDecode.
To incorporate VPP I had to rework all internal loops there.
Probably - as positive side-effect of this - something has changed/improved what impacted the previous HW decoding - in positive manner.
Thanks for the info, videofan3d. I'll probably have to rebase my code off the latest Intel sample code. Or I may just let it be, as you seem to have things covered very well with FRIMSource().
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Hi Videofan3D.

A BD3D2MK3D user has reported a problem with FRIMSource here. It seems that with some 3DBD using the unusual view order (base view = right view instead of left), FRIMSource is unable to return the two 3D views correctly. According to the tests the user did, it returns two times the same view, or, if you swap the left and right views in the avisynth script, it returns the two views, but in inverted order. It's very strange. Note that DGMVCSource doesn't have that problem.

Can you have a look ? Perhaps there is something wrong in the script generated by BD3D2MK3D, but it worked fine previously.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 28th March 2019, 21:19   #983  |  Link
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Hi Videofan3D.

A BD3D2MK3D user has reported a problem with FRIMSource here. It seems that with some 3DBD using the unusual view order (base view = right view instead of left), FRIMSource is unable to return the two 3D views correctly. According to the tests the user did, it returns two times the same view, or, if you swap the left and right views in the avisynth script, it returns the two views, but in inverted order. It's very strange. Note that DGMVCSource doesn't have that problem.

Can you have a look ? Perhaps there is something wrong in the script generated by BD3D2MK3D, but it worked fine previously.

Thanks in advance!
Could you please send me examples - which BD3D are affected? I will try it.
And also snippet of the script which BD3D2MK3D is using.

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AFAIK, all BDs with the inverted views are affected, notably the Boss Baby, Shrek the Third and Epic. I did my test with the Boss Baby. I will try to cut a sample of the movie...
In the meantime, here is the script:
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LoadPlugin("D:\Tcl\work\BD3D2MK3D\toolset\FRIMSource.dll")
interleaved = FRIMSource("mvc", "00600.track_4113.264", "00600.track_4114.mvc", layout = "alt", num_frames = 2000, cache = 2, platform = "")
right = SelectEven(interleaved)
left  = SelectOdd(interleaved)
StackHorizontal(HorizontalReduceBy2(Left), HorizontalReduceBy2(Right))
I know that it is possible to return directly a Full-SBS or Full-TAB image, with the layout option, but BD3D2MK3D requires two different streams, for technical reasons. I haven't tried the direct method.
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And here is the sample: FRIMSource inverted views bug sample.7z
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Funny defect :-) (it is there for several years)

I will issue bugfix next weekend.
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Funny defect :-) (it is there for several years)

I will issue bugfix next weekend.
Yes, I wonder why nobody has noticed it !
Thanks in advance for the update.
BTW, perhaps it is also time to use the new Intel libs.
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Yes, I wonder why nobody has noticed it !
Thanks in advance for the update.
BTW, perhaps it is also time to use the new Intel libs.
Here is bugfix for FRIMSourceNN.dll.
Would be good if you could independently test it.

(I will provide full release once I complete integration of latest Intel Media libraries 2018R2.1 )
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Thanks, and sorry for the late reply.

I have just tested the new DLL, with two movies. One has the common views order, and the other has the right-view as AVC stream. Both give the correct 3D effect. It's perfect, but note that I have tested only the 32-bit DLL with the layout="alt" mode and with the software platform. However, I'm pretty sure that the bug is fixed, and I don't think that new bugs have been introduced. So, unless you really think that more testing is necessary, you have my green light to integrate the new Intel libs and release it officially. If you want more testing, please let us know what tests you need.

Thanks again!
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Thanks, and sorry for the late reply.

I have just tested the new DLL, with two movies. One has the common views order, and the other has the right-view as AVC stream. Both give the correct 3D effect. It's perfect, but note that I have tested only the 32-bit DLL with the layout="alt" mode and with the software platform. However, I'm pretty sure that the bug is fixed, and I don't think that new bugs have been introduced. So, unless you really think that more testing is necessary, you have my green light to integrate the new Intel libs and release it officially. If you want more testing, please let us know what tests you need.

Thanks again!
Fix is independent on HW or SW platform - defect was purely in my code, after obtaining L+R frame from Intel library. Actually, the particular code section is now even clearer and simpler than before.
I checked also SBS and TAB - and seemed to be fine as well.

Version with new Intel libs uploaded (2019-04-16).

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