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  1. Hi, as I'm now an owner of a Samsung QLED TV, I noticed an interesting thing when playing 3D Movies (HTAB/HSBS). The player used by Emby does support playing these 3D files, even if the TV doesn't support 3D. So, if I play any of these files, they will be played Full SBS, which means left and right picture are shown at full scale, side by side on the TV (with big black borders at top and button, of course). While this is technically very interesting, It's not so nice to look at for a whole movie. So maybe, there's an option for the player that can be used by Emby to show these movies in 2D (for example left eye only), instead of both eyes, when the TV doesn't support 3D output? I hope you can understand what I meant... Ciao, Alfred
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