“I’ve seen several people say you can rip 3D Blu-rays with MakeMKV and encode them with Handbrake to watch on the Lakento MVR Glasses in 3D. I can get the MKV made (checking the box for the 3D stream) but I can’t figure out how to get a 3D format out of Handbrake when converting it. I put it in the 3D folder under my videos and it just plays half the screen on my left eye and half on my right eye. Is there any way to encode 3D Blu-ray to Lakento MVR Glasses without Handbrake? Need some help. Thanks.”
The Lakento MVR was released by Lakento on October 16, 2014, allowing users to enjoy virtual reality video games for smartphones and watch movies in 3D. The product includes two games of last generation, Sharks VR and Flirt AR, with which you can experience 3D and virtual reality and augmented reality. For users who own dozes of 2D/3D Blu-ray movies and want to move to Lakento MVR for viewing, you may be disappointed because 3D Blu-rays are not Lakento MVR supported format.
To enjoy 3D Blu-ray on Lakento MVR, you should rip 3D Blu-ray to Lakento MVR compatible format such as 3D SBS MKV/MP4 beforehand. Pavtube BDMagic (review) is just the best Handbrake alternative for this. With it, you can not only backup 3D Blu-ray, but also convert 3D Blu-ray to Lakento MVR 3D SBS video.
How to rip 3D Blu-ray to Lakento MVR 3D SBS MKV/MP4?
Step 1. Insert 3D Blu-ray to Blu-ray disc drive beforehand and launch the best Handbrake alternative. Load 3D Blu-ray to this app by clicking “Load Disc” button on the software UI.
Step 2. Select Lakento MVR supported format. To get 3D Blu-ray on Lakento MVR, you are suggested to choose “3D Video” > “MKV Side-by-Side 3D Video(*.mkv)” for output.
Step 3. Click “Convert” button and start ripping 3D Blu-ray to Lakento MVR. When the encoding process completes, now you can move ripped 3D Blu-ray from output folder to Lakento MVR for viewing.