The only 3D MVC Decoding and Encoding Tool
MVC Codecs consists of two interdependent parts, the MVC Decoder and the MVC Encoder, and it is so far the only 3D decoding and encoding tool on the market capable of extracting the MVC streams from a Blu-ray disc or ISO file, without compromising on video quality, and then combining the edited streams back into one stream. The two parts, each has its distinct functions respectively, seamlessly form a closed cycle.
Split the Extracted Contents into Two MKV Files
The MVC Decoder mode of the MVC codecs does the job of extracting the 3D MVC contents from source Blu-ray, and then converting and splitting them into two lossless H.264 MKV video streams, one aimed for left-eye, and the other for right-eye, respectively. For the extraction process, users are also allowed to customize the audio, subtitle, and chapter preferences, and even swap the left-eye and right-eye option for the two streams.
Do Further Editing with Popular Editing Tools
When the MVC Decoder finishes its job, users can then take the two MKV video streams to other 3rd party non-linear editing systems for further editing purposes, like adding additional audio tracks, rendering in external subtitles, or whatever it might be. The extracted video streams theoretically work with mainstream professional video editing tools, such as the Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, OpenShot, Lightworks, and more.
Merge the Two Edited Streams Back into One
After done with the editing, its then the MVC Encoder’s turn to merge and combine the two left-eye and right-eye MKV streams with exactly the same running time, video resolution and bitrate back into one single stream, and save the resulting file as either an SSIF file (StereoScopic Information File) which equals the identical 3D effect on the original Blu-ray disc or ISO file, or save it as a 3D MKV video file of side-by-side format.
Launch DVDFab Geekit and choose MVC Decoder
Click the MVC Decoder mode at the launcher screen of DVDFab Geekit, and load a 3D Blu-ray disc or ISO file to convert and split the 3D Blu-ray to two separate MKV video files.
Edit the two MKV streams with other professional NLE tools
When the MVC Decoder finishes the job, then users can use other professional non-linear editing tools such as Adobe Premiere (and its alternatives) to do some additional editing based on their own special requirements.
Merge the two edited MKV streams
Click the MVC Encoder mode at the launcher screen of DVDFab Geekit, and load the two edited MKV video streams to merge them into one 3D SSIF video or a SBS MKV file.