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Stereoscopic Player Command Line Parameters

Input source and output settings of Stereoscopic Player can be specified using the following command line parameters.

Syntax

StereoPlayer.exe [{Filename | -file:Filename | -dvd:Folder | -url:URL | -svi:Filename | -left:Filename -right:Filename [-audio:Filename]| -drv:Devicename| -cmd:Filename} [-il:Input Layout] [-is:Input Separation] [-ir:Input Orientation] [-itx:Tiles Horizontal] [-ity:Tiles Vertical] [-ivl:Left Tile] [-ivr:Right Tile] [-cl] [-cr] [-ct] [-cb] [-ph] [-pv] [-di:{0|1}] {[-ihw] [-ihh] | [-ax:Aspect Ratio X] [-ay:Aspect Ratio Y]} [-inf:Information File] [-src:Source] [-img:JPEG Filename] [-fp] [-fss] [-fsu]] [-ol:Output Layout] [-os:Output Separation] [-ohw] [-ohh] [-flh] [-flv] [-frh][-frv] [-nl] [-term] [-termsc] [-termkey] [-termend] [-play | -pause | -stop | -fastfwd | -fastbwd | -stepfwd | -stepbwd] [-nextchap | -prevchap | -nextitem | -previtem | -nextfile | -prevfile] [-logdir:Folder] [-grassfish:Folder]

A parameter must not contain blanks. If a filename or path contains blanks, you must put it between quotation marks. Never insert blanks after ':' between parameter names and parameter values!

Source Parameters

Filename   You can either specify a video or svi-filename but you cannot open DVDs or URLs this way (use the -dvd or -url parameter instead).
-file:Filename   Opens Filename. Filename must be a video file supported by Stereoscopic Player (e.g. avi, mpg, wmv, ...).
-dvd:Folder   Opens the DVD in the specified directory. It is recommended to enter the path without the 'VIDEO_TS' folder.
-url:URL   Opens a video file or stream hosted on an Internet server.
-svi:Filename   Imports the stereoscopic information file in the video library and tires to play the movie. Please note that the video file or DVD data must be located in the same directory as the svi-file so that they can be found.
-left:Filename   Opens left video file. Must be used together with the -right parameter.
-right:Filename   Opens right video file. Must be used together with the -left parameter.
-audio:Filename   Optional audio file. Must be used together with the -left and -right parameters. If no audio file is specified, the audio track of the left video file is used.
-drv:Devicename   Opens a capture device, e.g. -drv:"Stereoscopic Multiplexer".
-cmd:Filename   Loads the command line parameters from a text file.

Input Settings Parameters

These parameters are only valid if one of the source parameters is used.

-il:Input Layout   Stereoscopic layout of the video (input layout). The following values are allowed:
Mono   Monoscopic
InterlacedRF   Interlaced, right line first
InterlacedLF   Interlaced, left line first
SideBySideRF   Side by side, right image first
SideBySideLF   Side by side, left image first
OverUnderRT   Over / under, right image top
OverUnderLT   Over / under, left image top
FrameSequentialRF   Frame sequential, right frame before left frame
FrameSequentialLF   Frame sequential, left frame before right frame
TiledTB   Tiled format, top left tile is the leftmost view
TiledBT   Tiled format with reverse order, top left tile is the rightmost view
5TilesTB   Five tiles format, the fifth tile is splitted, also known as Tridelity format
5TilesBT   Same as five tiles format, the but with reverse order of views
MultiStreamLR   Separately encoded video streams in a single file, streams ordered from left to right
MultiStreamRL   Separately encoded video streams in a single file, streams ordered from right to left
Sensio   SENSIO Hi-Fi 3D
SIS   SIS attachment
-is:Input Separation   Separation between left and right image in pixel. A separation is only valid for side by side or over/under layout. For other layouts, don't use this parameter.
-ir:Input Orientation   Orientation of the video. The following values are allowed:
+0+0   None
+90+90   Both images +90°
-90-90   Both images -90°
+90-90   Left image +90°, right image -90°
-90+90   Left image -90°, right image +90°
+180+0   Left image 180°
+0+180   Right image 180°
+180+180   Both images 180°
-itx   Number of horizontal tiles for tiled formats.
-ity   Number of vertical tiles for tiled formats.
-ivl   Zero-based tile number to be used as the left view.
-ivr   Zero-based tile number to be used as the right view.
-ihw   Video has half horizontal resolution. Can't be used together with -ihh or the.aspxect ratio parameters.
-ihh   Video has half vertical resolution. Can't be used together with -ihw or the.aspxect ratio parameters.
-ax:   The -ax and -ay parameters can be used to specify the.aspxect ratio of the video and always have to used together. They are especially useful if the video is codec anamorphic (non-square pixels).
For square pixels video you can use the -ihw or -ihh flags to specify the .aspxect ratio. However, if -ax and -ay are used, -ihw or -ihh have no affect.
-ay:  
-cl   Left video cropping in pixels.
-cr   Right video cropping in pixels.
-ct   Top video cropping in pixels.
-cb   Bottom video cropping in pixels.
-ph   Horizontal parallax adjustment in pixels. Positive values move the image backwards (positive parallax), negative values move it out of the screen.
-pv   Vertical parallax adjustment in pixels.
-di:{0|1}   Enables (value 1) or disables (value 0) deinterlacing.
-inf:Information File   Filename (including path) of a text file that contains information about the video. The file extension must be 'txt'.
-src:Source   Source of the video. This can be a web address, a name or any other kind of source information.
-img:JPEG Filename   Filename (including path) of an image in JPEG format that should be used a preview image. The image resolution has to be exactly 160 x 120 Pixel, the file size must be lower than 10240 byte.
-fp   This flag forces that all of these parameters are used even if there is already an item in the video library. Using this flag, the command line parameters can be used to update existing library items.

Output Settings Parameters

-ol:Output Layout   Stereoscopic viewing method to be applied. The following values are allowed:
Source   Unaltered input video. Aspect ratio settings are ignored.
MonoL   Monoscopic, left image only
MonoR   Monoscopic, right image only
Blended   Blended (average of all views)
PIP   Picture in picture
Dual   Dual screen output
StereoBright   Dual screen output, StereoBright
DirectX   Quad buffered DirectX
OpenGL   Quad buffered OpenGL
NVIDIA   NVIDIA 3D Vision
AMD   AMD HD3D
Intel   Intel stereo driver
SoftPageflip   Software Pageflipping
Sharp   SHARP 3D display
TridelitySL   Tridelity SL Series 3D display
TridelityMV   Tridelity MV Series Multi-Viewer display
CheckerboardLF   3D ready DLP-TV
OculusRift   Oculus Rift HMD
SIS   SIS attachment
SideBySideRF   Side by side, right image first
SideBySideLF   Side by side, left image first
SideBySide3DTV   Side by side for 3D-TVs
OverUnderRT   Over/under, right image top
OverUnderLT   Over/under, left image top
OverUnder3DTV   Over/under for 3D-TVs
InterlacedRT   Row interlaced, right line top
InterlacedLT   Row interlaced, left line top
InterlacedLF   Column interlaced, right line first
InterlacedRF   Column interlaced, left line first
GenSV   Generic single-viewer display
GenMV   Generic multi-viewer display
TrueAnaRB   True anaglyph red - blue
TrueAnaBR   True anaglyph blue - red
TrueAnaRG   True anaglyph red - green
TrueAnaGR   True anaglyph green - red
GrayAnaRC   Gray anaglyph red - cyan
GrayAnaCR   Gray anaglyph cyan - red
GrayAnaYB   Gray anaglyph yellow - blue
GrayAnaBY   Gray anaglyph blue - yellow
HColAnaRC   Half color anaglyph, red - cyan
HColAnaCR   Half color anaglyph cyan - red
HColAnaYB   Half color anaglyph yellow - blue
HColAnaBY   Half color anaglyph blue - yellow
ColAnaRC   Color anaglyph red - cyan
ColAnaCR   Color anaglyph cyan - red
ColAnaYB   Color anaglyph yellow - blue
ColAnaBY   Color anaglyph blue - yellow
OptAnaRC   Optimized anaglyph red - cyan
OptAnaCR   Optimized anaglyph cyan - red
-os:Output Separation   Output separation in 1/10 percent, e.g. value 10 means 1 %. A separation is only valid for side by side or over /under viewing method. For other viewing methods, don't use this parameter.
-ohw   Half viewing width.
-ohh   Half viewing height. You need this flag for example if you want to use the over / under viewing method and a sync-doubling shutter glasses controller.
-flh   Flips left view horizontally.
-flv   Flips left view vertically. Specifying horizontal and vertical flipping rotates the image by 180°.
-frh   Flips right view horizontally.
-frv   Flips right view vertically. Specifying horizontal and vertical flipping rotates the image by 180°.

Playback Parameters

-play   Play
-pause   Pause
-stop   Stop
-fastfwd   Fast forward
-fastbwd   Fast backward
-stepfwd   Step forward by one frame
-stepbwd   Step backward by one frame

Navigation Parameters

-nextchap   Next DVD chapter
-prevchap   Previous DVD chapter
-nextitem   Next playlist item
-previtem   Previous playlist item
-nextfile   Next file in folder
-prevfile   Previous file in folder

Other Parameters

-fss   Switches to full screen mode. This parameter parameter is only valid if one of the source parameters is used.
-fsu   Switches to unscaled full screen mode. This parameter parameter is only valid if one of the source parameters is used.
-nl   Prevents that the logo is shown during program startup.
-term   Terminates the player when leaving full screen mode.
-termsc   Terminates the player on a single mouse click while in full screen mode.
-termkey   Terminates the player when a key is pressed (in full screen mode only) or when leaving full screen mode.
-termend   Terminates the player when the end of file is reached (in full screen mode only) or when leaving full screen mode.
-logdir:Ordner   Writes debug information to log files. A new file is created for each day in the specified folder.
-grassfish:Ordner   Enables integration with the GrassFish Public CMS. More details are provided on request.

Note that the player remembers settings for each viewing method separately (except complementary viewing methods), therefore the -os, -ohw, -ohh, -flh, -flv, -frh, and -frv parameters only affect the viewing method specified in -ol parameter (or the previously used viewing method if -ol is not specified).