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Morten Schmidt
3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 4, 2011 at 7:24:02 am

just got my card installed
all good, except that I cant make 3D playback from FCP
the monitor got the signal, but will not show 3D signal framepacking, only sids by side
when I put the framepacking option to on in the controlpanel, it swabs back to side by side the moment I activate FCP
when I use Media Express it works fine, perfect signal in 3D
anyone know what to do?
tried BM support, but no reply after 3 mails, maybe they are on a hollydays, hahaha
thank you

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Russell Lasson
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 4, 2011 at 4:06:22 pm

What are your source 3D files that you're playing out?

Russ

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Morten Schmidt
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 5, 2011 at 1:23:25 am

thanks for your reply
my footage is shot on Panasonic 3DA1, and got both the H264 files from the internal card, and full dual HD from KI/pro, in prores HQ
but I got mail from BM, that the card can not do this, and never will, so I swapped my BM card to Kona3G, and hopefully that will do the trick :)
just need to figure out how to make my master to BD as frame packed stereo file, think I might end up at a post house, it is a hardware based encoding as far as I know now, or?
Morten

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Russell Lasson
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 5, 2011 at 2:42:05 am

The AJA Kona 3G requires Cineform Neo3D to output frame packing.

http://cineform.com/pdfs/CF_CineForm%20AJA%20Kona%203G_AJA_vFINAL.pdf

But it sounds like what you're really going for is a 3D Blu-ray. Is that right?

Currently there are only a few programs that can create a file for 3D Blu-ray. The file that you need to create is a MVC file. There could be more options announced at NAB, but for now, yes, you'll probably end up at a post house.

Have you done any 3D mastering with the files or are you just using the raw 3D right out of the camera?

Russ

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Morten Schmidt
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 5, 2011 at 6:47:20 am

yes, going for 3D Bluray BD, the client needs to play via HDMI 1.4a
I got Neo 3D, but tell more about software, is that for Mac?
I do plan to do some post, and looks forward to play with all this new stuff
I need a master 18 April, so it is a little stressfully, can not wait for NAB, haha

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Russell Lasson
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 5, 2011 at 4:28:23 pm

Do you just need to play the project at a show or something or are they going to distribute Blu-rays?

Russ

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Morten Schmidt
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 5, 2011 at 7:41:12 pm

it is for one to ten playbacks in a closed circuit, a press-event where we got some control, but no distribution, it is a one off master :)

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Russell Lasson
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 6, 2011 at 5:04:37 am

MVC encoding is quite expensive. I would strongly suggest you consider using side-by-side if you can get away with it.

Russ

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Morten Schmidt
Re: 3D monitor via decklinkhdextreme 3d+
on Apr 6, 2011 at 6:34:57 am

hehe, the client wants framepacking without doubt, so thats my paths :)
is there software, or is it only hardware encodeing?

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