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Panasonic 3D and The Offset Metadata File.

 

   Panasonic Blu-ray 3D players now require that an offset metadata file is associated with your 3D Segment.  Without this information the Panasonic will not play your disc.  The offset metadata file is used to display your menu or subtitles in relation to the z-index plane.   Most of the time this is added when you are authoring your disc.  However, if you do not have menus or subtitles it might not be added.   Unfortunately the Panasonic players still need it to play the disc.   Attached is a sample offset metadata file if you don't have one or aren't interested in creating one.  

 

   Here is when and how to use it.

   If you are encoding your video with our encoder or you are encoding with a different encoder and you are NOT creating SEI Headers (your encoder should tell you if you are or are not).  DSE does not do this.  Then you must add a metadata offset file and use the Overwrite option.

 

   If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our team at sales at netblender dot com.

 

 

   Download the offset metadata file here: Offset Metadata File

 

 

 

 

 

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