SBS/OverUnder with Cinema mode disabled

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    It’s possible this is working as intended but:

    Using VLC 2.2.1 or MPC-HC (1.7.10 and nightly, I can enable the SBS or Over/Under while in Cinema mode and it properly puts the 2 together and is a single 3d image, but the video is still fisheye. When I disable Cinema Mode, the video breaks back into it’s original format (SBS or Over/Under) zoomed in instead of being a single image taking up the full view.

    I ran the optimize for both VLC and MPC-HC.

    Is this working as intended? Is SBS/OverUnder not available when not in Cinema Mode?



    I don’t think I even tried that. Does that make sense? You would have the video locked to your face, which would be quite uncomfortable when moving your head.

    If you want to be more immersed in the video, it’s probably the better idea to choose the ambience or no background scene in virtual cinema mode and move the screen closer to you. That can provide an almost view filling video, but you still can look around.


    Not sure if it makes sense or not, hard to tell without trying.

    I tried changing to no background, I didn’t realize that makes the video plane ‘closer’. That with the distance adjustment gets close to what I was thinking.

    Thanks for the quick reply and great work!

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