Backup Blu-ray 3D to MKV HD 3D

09 May

This article will help you convert and rip Blu-ray  3D to AVC/MVC MKV for playback with 3D effect preserving for projector  using MakeMKV.

Have a raft of Blu-ray collections at home? Can't wait to enjoy  some funny 3D Blu-ray movies on your new bought projector keeping? Then  ripping Blu-ray 3D to MKV format supported by projector is surely a best  choice, for preventing Blu-ray discs from physical damage, getting rid  of the limitation of Blu-ray player and saving space on your shelf. In  this article, I will show you how to convert and rip Blu-ray 3D to  AVC/MVC MKV for playback on projector with 3D effect preserving using  MakeMKV and its alternative tool.

Solution to ripBlu-ray 3D to MKV for projectorwith MakeMKV 

As you know, multimedia players that support the AVC/MVC (the codec  used by Blu-ray 3D) have recently emerged as the Sidewinder Xtreamer or  Mede8er of MED1000X3D. By testing these two very powerful players on 3D  playback, I could make an interesting experience before me and I thank  Basthi by the way.

First of all, download and install MakeMKV to your PC. The program is free and available for Windows and Mac  users. With it, you can rip Blu-ray 3D directly in AVC/MVC 3D  Framepacking (Top & Bottom) 1920 x 2160 pixels + the small band of  45 pixels between the two images placed above/below as you can see on  the display. this video is multiplexed 3D MKV container. Here I'll show  you how to rip and store the contents of a 3D Blu-ray disc in an MKV in  AVC/MVC 3D.

Rip Blu-ray 3D to lossless Full HD 3D MKV with MakeMKV

The handling is very simple, no need to soft decryption like AnyDVD  HD, MakeMKV does everything alone, and automatically. Simply insert the  Blu-ray 3D in your HTPC, launch MakeMKV. You then click on the icon  "Blu-ray => HDD" MakeMKV and decrypt Blu-ray 3D to blast protection.

Then a small window will appear with several tracks to rip or not  the Blu-ray 3D. Just select the ones you want to keep. Will be removed  preferably all the trailers and clips, which are the smallest tracks (up  to 5 GB), keeping only the main movie. Drop in the main movie, you can  see that you can select an MVC box. By checking this box, MakeMKV will  rip Blu-ray 3D MVC automatically AVC Top & Bottom (or framepacking)  without loss. The video is not re-encoded and retains all the qualities  offered by the Blu-ray 3D.

You can also select the audio tracks you want to keep (DTS or  DTS-HD, Dolby Digital 5.1 or TrueHD) and subtitle tracks. For my part,  so I keep the main movie + VF VO track or DTS-HD or TrueHD, + the forced  subtitles or French. This allows for not too heavy MKV. Even with this  shedding MKV, it will still be quite heavy with more than 30 GB as a  reminder was still two video streams.

When you have selected the tracks of your choice, simply click on  the 3D MKV MakeMKV and will be completed in about 1/2 hour to see a  little more depending on the power of your PC.

Regarding the reading of this 3D MKV MVC. The Mede8er MED1000X3D  and Sidewinder 3, which use the same Realtek 1186 can read it perfectly,  with support for subtitles in 3D. In fact, the video is played in 2D  1080p, and if you want to see in 3D, simply opt for the 3D Top &  Bottom (Top/Bottom or) format, the player will switch to sequential  display 3D 1080p. and I guarantee you that this is true 1080p 3D  displays, excellent quality, such as the Blu-ray 3D home. This  manipulation works even read Samba, or via USB without jerking. All 3D  TV I tested worked perfectly and display video in 2D or 3D 1080p user  choice.

The MediaInfo analysis of 3D Full HD 3D MKV file obtained gives it  below. It is therefore a good MKV to AVC/MVC profile Stereo High@4.1  with two 1080p framepacking (top & Bottom) images and an average  rate of 36.7 mb./S stereoscopic broadcast that remains content (Avatar  can climb to more than 60 Mb/s).

MakeMKV BETA has several major restrictions:

* Program is time-limited — it will stop functioning after 60 days.  You can always download the latest version from that will  reset the expiration date.

* HD-DVD support is limited – some discs may fail to open and not all audio and subtitle tracks will be preserved.

* Blu-ray and DVD discs are fully supported.

* Computer administrator privileges are required on Windows to run  the beta version. This is limitation of Windows SCSI application  programming interface. Eventually MakeMKV will not require administrator  privileges to run.

* Aside from restrictions above, the program is fully functional.  Produced MKV files are not degraded in any way and have no time or usage  restrictions.

Alternative Solution to Rip Blu-ray 3D to MKV Full HD 3D

MakeMKV software absolutely the very first choice for rip and copy  3D Blu-ray. I downloaded the latest version and I use it for ripping a  few 3D Blu-ray discs! I followed the steps seen in many tutorials over  the internet, and I extracted the Mpeg4 MVC 3D Extension too (I checked  that box too) along with the Mpeg4 base file. I verified the extracted  "3D" file with Media Info and it says "Format profile : Stereo High@L4.1  / High@L4.1" and "MultiView_Count : 2", so…it should be a correct 3D  MKV file, right!

Unfortunately for me, all I can see is just a 2D image and never  can I get a 3D image, even if the file is a …3D video ripped by MakeMKV!  So, I had to seek for another tool.

Above restrictions lead to the  best MakeMKV alternative below you  can also use to rip, copy and convert Blu-ray to MKV Full HD 3D for  projector. Here Dimo Video Converter Ultimate is one of the options. High speed and excellent conversion quality let  you enjoy your favorite 3D Blu-ray movies on projector wherever and  whenever you want.

It's good because you can use it as a video converter to first  convert your 3D Blu-ray to any popular video format (MP4, MKV, MOV, FLV,  WMV, AVI, MPEG, VOB, DV, 3GP, DivX etc) with 3D mode you choose  including Left-Right(Side-by-side), Top-bottom, Red-Blue   Anaglyph  to  meet your different needs. And second it not only support inputting 3D  Blu-ray, but also DVD, 2D Blu-ray, MP4, MKV, VOB, FLV, Tivo, WMV, H.265, etc.  For Mac(macOS Sierra included) users, it has an equivalent version Mac Blu-ray ripping software. Download the tool and learn details.

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How to rip 3D Blu-ray to SBS 3D MKV format for projector

Step 1. Import 3D Blu-ray movie

Launch the professional 3D Blu-ray converter. Click the "Add  Blu-ray" to add 3D Blu-ray movie to it. Double click the video, you can  preview the movie in the built-in player.

Step 2. Choose output format

Tap on "Select Format" bar and find "Format > Video > MKV",  which is commonly supported by projector. Check the projector manual to  see its detailed supported format.

Tip: To keep 5.1 channel audio when ripping 3D  Blu-ray, click "Settings" to go to "Profile Settings" screen and adjust  "Channels" under "Audio" option. Set channels to "6" and click "OK". And  then you'll get 5.1 surround sound after conversion.

Step 3. Add 3D Effect

A built-in video editor is provided to help you touch up your  videos and add 3D effect before the conversion. Click the Edit button to  enter the video editing window, where you can choose "3D >  Left-right" to create 3D SBS video for projector, trim videos, crop  videos, add watermarks, insert subtitles, apply special video effects  and more to achieve a better overall effect. In this way, you can get  the part and effect you want and at the same time make the output file  smaller.

Step 4. Start ripping your 3D Blu-ray movies to projector

Simply click the "Start" button under the preview window, and the  3D Blu-ray ripper will start the conversion from 3D Blu-ray movies to  SBS MKV. After conversion, open output file destination, locate the  created SBS 3D MKV video and you could watch it on your 3D projetor as  you want.

To watch movies on projector, you also need a pair of 3D Glasses:

Yes, you will need to wear glasses to watch 3D. The glasses that  will be used is mostly likely be one of two types: Passive or Active.?

  • Passive Polarized glasses look and wear much like sunglasses and  have enough front space to place over existing eyeglasses for those  than need to.
  •     Active Shutter glasses are slightly bulky,  since they have batteries and a transmitter that synchs that rapidly  moving shutters for each eye with the onscreen display rate.

Depending on which brand and model TV or video projector you buy  will determine which type of glasses you will be enquired for use with  that TV or video projector.

Everything is done! Just have a fun of your 3D Blu-ray discs movies on Philips/Epson/Benq projectors.

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