Can you explain what you want to see in this situation?
Do you mean that you want to see one normal picture, but instead see an SBS image?
I’m guessing your file is encoded in 3D MVC. I added support for this in the Summer, but it’s not always smooth. 3D MVC is presented as SBS or TB on Vero. It’s hard to tell how your files are encoded from the file names in your log. I see some loading errors (over SMB) so I’m unable to see what ffmpeg gets from these files (hints).
Yes i want to see a 3D file as a normal single Picture 2D. This works if the Armcodec is not enabled, but than it is lagging very bad. If Armcodec is enabled, i am unable to switch to 2D or disable, the 3D.
I can choose it to disable, but there is no difference, i see 2 Pictures side by side, or under the other.
Without Armcodec it shows only 1 Picture but it laggs
I seem to have exactly the same issue with my brand new Vero 4K.
I have several h264 encoded 1080p half-SBS 3D cartoons, however my daughter watches them in 2D. So I always selected Monoscopic / 2D mode and this worked well in OSMC on Raspberry Pi 3.
Recently I decided to support OSMC and bought a Vero 4K. Today I found out that when I select Monoscopic / 2D mode, I still get Side-by-Side picture (UI shows in 2D mode). If I go to Settings -> Player settings -> Videos and set Accelerate h264 to Never, the video shows in 2D. But with HW acceleration enabled, it’s always in SBS mode. I actually suspect that the video is getting showed “vanilla”, so if I would have half-TAB videos they would be shown in TAB mode.
The problem is not with some specific, but with all half-SBS 3D videos that I have.