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Burning 3D rips onto DVD-R?

Discussion in '3D TV' started by goyankees, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. goyankees

    goyankees Regular member

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    Wassup everybody. Is it possible peoples? I grabbed a copy of Pirahnna 3d and burned onto dvdr after running thru convertxtodvd but my friend said it didnt look 3d? I wanna get him these movies as 3d but burnt on blank dvds, is this possible or do i need to use blu ray etc? Thanks fellas!
     
  2. tongs007

    tongs007 Active member

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    well his dvd player and tv would have to be 3d compatible first, i know convertx does burn 3d mkv to dvd if the mkv is small enough, how it would look on normal dvds i do not know, i have a 3d tv and just drag the file to usb and plug it in to tv, tried doing it once just to see if it worked, burnt it to normal dvd disc (like you are trying to do) put it in my non 3d dvd player/recorder and when i pressed the menu button to switch to 3d sbs i could not highlight it
     
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    nevermind nothing wrog with sd
     
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  4. goyankees

    goyankees Regular member

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    Thanks alot man.

    Do they have to be mkv in order to be seen as 3d or can it be an avi, divx container of 3d movies etc?
     
  5. JST1946

    JST1946 Regular member

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    I copied a lot of 3D movies just using DVDFab onto an ordinary blank DVD+r and played it on my old TV. It looks like a regular 3D movie with the little cheap glasses that came with the movie.
     
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    tongs007 Active member

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    i have only seen 3types of 3d format, blue ray, mkv and mp4.
     
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    non 3d tv? on a regular dvd player?
     
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    JST1946 Regular member

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    Yes they were both a non 3D TV and a regular DVD player.
     
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    Yep those are the same type that came with the movies that I bought at the store.
     
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    thats not "proper" 3d as i think the op is trying to do mate
     
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    Well I understand what you are saying that it is not a true 3D picture.It looks pretty good though.Although I can only watch them once in a while since 3D movies give me a headache.
     
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    Ima check to see if my friend has either or 3d player/3d tv. Thanks alot guys so i guess it suffices to say i can just burn a 3d movie onto a dvd. Ima see if i find an mkv 3d movie around there and test. thanks fellas!
     

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