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jmone
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I'm writting a guide on how to use PDVD as a 3rd Party Player for JRiver's Media Center for full BD playback when requiring 3D and Menu support. No problems with using this with BD in general (both 2D and 3D) but I'm having issues with MVC encoded MKVs (BD 3D rips) playing in 3D. These files do play but only as 2D and the Info tabs shows AVC over MVC. Has anyone had luck in getting MVC (3D) MKV files playing in 3D in PDVD?

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chris0079 [Avatar]
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Mvc 3d Mkvs are not supported by powerdvd , although I'd imagine it will be soon , I mean they have only been promising it since powerdvd 12
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RD777 [Avatar]
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Hi there,



I have the same problem as you, my mvc files are only played as 2d files.

According to the fac, MVC should be supported.

http://www.cyberlink.com/support/product-faq-content.do?id=18300&prodId=1&prodVerId=1160&CategoryId=-1&keyword=

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Can we get a response to this please?
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stevek
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Quote: Can we get a response to this please?


Since no one has responded, perhaps no one has a suitable answer,

Please contact Tech Support to get an official answer or to have them start an exploratory test. .
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jmone
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FYI - I'm in discussions with the PDVD team and will update the thread when I know more.
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Nathan PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
Sony FX6 - 500Mbps 4k/50p AVC-I HLG
Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
GoPro Hero6 Black
Pana HS700-28Mbps 1080/50p AVC (High@L4.2)
Canon HV20-HDV 25Mbps 16:9 1440x1080/25p MPEG
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stevek
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Quote: FYI - I'm in discussions with the PDVD team and will update the thread when I know more.
Thanks
Nathan


That's great ! laughing Too many people like to complain but are unwilling to do anything about their problems. .
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