This is a video output plugin for VLC and Windows which uses your graphic system direct3D, to produce an interlaced output starting from an HSBS image.
Note : this work is independent from the original VLC project. Part of VLC code is reused in compliance with the GPL2 license.
This was just what I was looking for, works great. VLC player really likes this new plug-in, it will process any footage you open with this plug-in. I made four shortcuts to the player: ......exe" (No Option) To watch HSBS 3D footage. ......exe" --vout=glwin32 To watch non 3D footage. ......exe" --direct3dsbs-swap To swap Left and Right. ......exe" --no-direct3dsbs-interlace To watch 3D in 2D, full screen. As a newbie it took me a while to figure this out. Hope other newbies will benefit.
Works great with VLC 2.0.7! Easy install, and it let me play stereoscopic 3d movies on my monitor! Small note: aspect ratio gets skewed when completely full-screening the HSBS videos. the left-half of the video is stretched to fit the whole screen and the right half vanishes. works fine in normal-screen though, might be a conflicting setting of mine.
It works fine. Only a little problem with aspect ratio in videos which height are not in 1080p (1920 x 1080). They seem a bit taller.
vlcinterlacedhs works great