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3D Converter 3.3.5 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — 3D Converter 3.3.5

With 3D Video Converter your dream comes true – an amateur video becomes a real blockbuster!
$24.99 EXPIRED
User rating: 272 65 comments

3D Converter 3.3.5 was available as a giveaway on February 27, 2012!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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Automatically improve quality of a batch of photos in one click!

The program allows you to convert flat 2D videos to anaglyph red cyan 3D with high speed thanks to CPU/GPU acceleration. The latest version of 3D Video Converter also includes free accompanying 3D Video Player for you to initially adjust the levels of 3D Shift and 3D Depth as desired to see a preview of your future 3D video.

Visit our 3D community on Facebook and see the examples of 3D videos converted with this software.

If you enjoy our products, receive a discount for giving us a Like on Facebook: RipTiger 40% off GOTD special and SoundTaxi Media Suite 40% off GOTD special.

System Requirements:

Windows Vista/ 7 (x32/x64); Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon X2 CPU or higher; 1GB of system memory (2GB is recommended); 100 MB free disk space; Dedicated Graphics Processing Unit; Any LCD or CRT display; Anaglyph (red/cyan) glasses.





File Size:

19.6 MB



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Downloaded the software and gave it a shot. Works fine on win 7. All you have to do to register this is READ. The instructions are simple. You DO NOT have to sign up for anything. I can't wait to watch Friday the 13th Part III in 3d again. I laughed my butt off when it came out. Lets hope it's still as funny now.

Reply   |   Comment by Donovan  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

It's a day later I just entered the 3d player buy it now, and now updated wow!

I wished this would have worked on WMV videos I made. but magix edit pro 17Plus will take care of 3d stuff. but this pop a video in, she is made Done BAM! now to correctly work on some stuff. no more asking a site or getting their stuff that only does 640x480.... the gopro hd hero 2 3d set up, and this watch out, Lol.

Reply   |   Comment by Fish  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

better go to this page.... http://www.stereoeye.jp/index_e.html

Reply   |   Comment by saniismail  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

I gave this a try, and the effect does work reasonably well much of the time, for what it is. This kind of 2D to 3D conversion process approximates depth based on things like the movement of objects, and sometimes other factors. The effect will often work surprisingly well, though at times objects will appear at the wrong depth level, or with no discernible depth at all.

Since red/cyan anaglyph is the only output option, it means one has to put up with the video appearing in semi-colorblind mode. Side-by-side and 3D display viewing modes really are a necessity for something like this. With some videos, I also encountered audio-video syncing issues on this system, though I only tried the realtime player, and the converter may perform better. The player was also rather light on features, and lacked options for things like subtitles.

It's an interesting gimmick to try, but can't really match the viewing experience that 3D source material on a proper stereoscopic display would provide.

Reply   |   Comment by Cryo  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

In viewing the output, which eye should view through the red lens and which eye through the blue/green lens?

Reply   |   Comment by Richard  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

@Stuart, #53:

"I might try converting a 1950′s movie like 'House of Wax,' that was originally shot in Anaglyph 3D."

Correction, Stuart. "House Of Wax," one of the very first 3D movies ever made, was shot using the Polaroid process, which allowed the viewers to see true natural Technicolor images thru polarized lenses.

It wasn't perfect, but for it's time the 3D effect wasn't bad at all. I still remember seeing the ping-pong ball on an elastic band being batted out into the audience.

Reply   |   Comment by Harry Wacker  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

After try with other (normal and not coverted) movies that does play fine with other players already installed on the pc i fount the 3d player doesnt play any of them. After a visit on its web site i found it should work on a pc with XP and a Nvidia Geforce card. Well, it doenst.

Reply   |   Comment by Pacho  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Installed and registered both the converter and the player. The converter does the job, but the player seems to not work. It just doesnt play the converted movie. I guess because it is running on a XP SP3 pc

Reply   |   Comment by Pacho  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Need help! DVD's have many Video_TS files. Do you drag say 8 to the converter one by one? No help on Ramaka Site?

Reply   |   Comment by John A.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Both Converter and Player installed fine on Windows XP, SP3. Registration also went smoothly. Conversion of short file went quickly without errors. However, the included 3D Video Player doesn't work. It opens quickly and allows me to open a file (the default the directory is "3D Video Converter Output") but when I press Play, there is a short delay (with a rotating arrow) and it returns to the main screen. Except for XP, the system requirements seem to met, 3.0 Gig Intel processor, 3.0 gig of Ram, Nvideo dedicated video card.

Any other XP users have success with player?


Reply   |   Comment by Larrie  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I have been looking for software like this.

How do I download the v3D player.

Reply   |   Comment by Charles Rayner, Jr.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

did anyone notice that they accidentally swaped the images on their commerciald for their other products? (Rip Tiger and Sound Taxi , just under idea informer) :)

Reply   |   Comment by 123456  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Win7x64. Attempted to convert AVI; got message "cannot load ffmpeg.dll"

Reply   |   Comment by MrD  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

includes both converter & separately, player
(each app is ~60 MB, so ~120 MB total)

installs (the Converter that is) into directory of your choice
EXCEPT, that the PLAYER installs WHERE IT WANTS TO !
(FAIL! it installs into SYSDIR\Program Files\3D Video Player\)

(haven't looked to see if you can remove Player & reinstall
separately where you want?)

adds (registers?) some sort of GSService.exe (in system32)

registers easily
(though could be confusing)
Buy Now -> Enter Registration (prefilled)
-> Continue
& then an Activation code ??? is generated: ???
(do we need to make note of that for any reason?)

interface if very simple.
always on top, with not a spec of help, with only an OPEN
button, & then no default file types given, so that must
mean it obviously handles EVERYTHING

progress dialog as the video converts

then a "successful" message
at which time Windows Explorer opens to the output file
(whose location it appears cannot be specified)

1.3 MB -> 4.7 MB 3d

from the Convertor, there is no indication of a Player,
much less was there even any indication one was installed

Player registers is the same manner as Convertor
once again, no indication as to whether the Activation code is needed for anything:

Player too has a spartan interface

its Open defaults to opening its instalDir, yet Convertor
output its file to \My Documents\My Videos\3D Video Converter Output\
so WHY doesn't Player default to that location?

& then Player would not play the 3D Converted file,
no message, no nothing, except a few seconds of a spinning icon
yet my regular media player, MPlayer, did!

no 3D glasses, so can't say how the output looked?

Reply   |   Comment by therube  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

@19 DvdVideoSoft’s Free Studio does include 3D photo and video converters that produce Anaglyph results. I used it on photos and it worked well, but I haven't tried videos. I might try converting a 1950's movie like "House of Wax," that was originally shot in Anaglyph 3D.

@22 Are you using a regular video projector for showing the 3D? What make & model?

@44 Please post the link for the glasses,

Thanks everyone and GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Stuart Joseph  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Every time I load a file I get an error thats says ffmpeg.dll failed to load.I am on Win7 64 bit and I have the ffmpeg installed.SO I am stumped.

Reply   |   Comment by DRDNA  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

This product does as much for video as making a "racecar" from a Landrover by taping a spoiler on the back end and moving the exhaust to the bonnet top. ONLY a video or film system designed to record separate images can produce 3D from live subjects. CGI can also be made in 3D, but do not expect to get much by converting an existing 2D CGI into 3D unless you manipulate the images yourself.

As far as Facebook goes, I've been warning people for years about the lack of security by using it. The problem is that too many people are too obsessed with themselves to care. Oddly enough, these same people are obsessed with what they believe is security (such as face scanners that monitor pavements, shoppes, city centeres, etc. and "watch your neighbour" schemes), but indeed these are all pseudosecurity.

Please don't be the cause of cybercrimes against your ownself. Be careful who you share your data with and what you "post" on the Internet.

THINK and Stay Safe!

Reply   |   Comment by Mr. Snoozles  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

First, a little clarification for the masses.... Just as the VirtualDub and AviSynth free option does, any 2D video to 3D video software will attempt to select foreground objects based on the theory that they will be moving more than the background. It will then pick out these pixel groups and shift the red/blue channel more to one side to make them appear closer to the screen. Ergo, your video footage will have a vast impact on the results.

As for the quality of this product's output videos, I find them comparable to the free VirtualDub and AviSynth software. The difference being that this is more automated. The downside is that the AviSynth scripts can be customized even to the point of making it side-by-side anaglyph to adjusting the depth of the resulting 3D footage but this takes advanced scripting knowledge too.

As for the use of blue/red anaglyph 3D glasses being a poor 3D option, let's not forget the cost of 3D shutter glasses or phase-shifting glasses versus the 99 cent red/blue glasses that can also easily be made yourself!

This is not worth $24.99 to me but if it had options to tweak the degree of red/blue shift and other video output formats, I could see spending $15 or perhaps $20 for it simply for the ease of use.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Reghacker #44
At least one of the DLL’s you recommend deleting is in my system, but I have NOT downloaded today's program.
This makes me think that another program requires it!
My advice, never ever delete a DLL file unless you know what you're doing!

Reply   |   Comment by OldScotty  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

Love the software but there is one small problem,

I Do Not Have any 3D Glasses!!!!!!! LOL :-)

Reply   |   Comment by George  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)


"The email addresses you post are not publically available (they are only visible to the fans of the page)"

Spammers become fans under fake Facebook accounts. This is a rich source for legitimate emails.

Posting emails on Facebook is just plain DUMB.

Also, its publicly not "publically".

Reply   |   Comment by Jake Spencer  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

@Giovanni, I Always look for ur links,but to day link is not FREE u can use it only for 7 days ,later u have to purchase.Sir,pl.clear my confusion


Reply   |   Comment by vedika  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I can't really comment on the software without the glasses.

Per their website............Don’t have anaglyph red-cyan 3D glasses? Don’t worry! Click here and buy them from $0.99 (including shipping).

I would however expect a quality product from the same company that sells RipTiger.

Let's remove some unnecessary files:
Since there is no support or updates, you can delete the Updater.exe and SupportWizard.exe from the C:\Program Files (x86)\3D Video Player and C:\Program Files (x86)\3D Video Converter

You can delete the two activate.mht files in both directories.

Check your system directory for mfc100u.dll, msvcp100.dll, msvcr100.dl, and pthreadGC2.dll. If they exist, you can delete these as well.

This will save 17MB of hard disk space.

Reply   |   Comment by reghacker  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

area john stated that the drag and drop feature doesn't work on Win 7 64 bit. This is true and frustraing too. This would be something to fix. Not sure if it works on Win 8. Should check that out as well. Also, can never get it to really line up well enough to call it good 3D.

Reply   |   Comment by Edmiester  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I visited the product page before downloading this. There is an instructional video which imo needs some work. It is stated that the trial version only allows 3 min output and the reason the sample video cannot be used is because it's too long and this is why the instructor elects to purchase the product instead of using the trial version (super long sentence). The Wildlife.wmv sample video is about 30 seconds long which makes the instructor's claim false. Further, since the point of a trial version is to test before purchase the approach isn't too effective. The video then goes from the instructor buying the product to the product already being installed. I would suggest that the video begin with how to use the product. Either the intent is to instruct users on how to purchase the product, install and use it or simply how to use the product. One would assume a video on how to use a product means the instructor already has the product in his/her possession.

I tried using the Wildlife.wmv sample video and other .wmv clips and they all resulted in an error "Failed to convert the video." I have no idea why that happens and there are no menu options in this software so that doesn't help. I did notice that it installs a Support Wizard for error reporting. There is also a folder with codecs and an updater.exe file which I can only assume runs automatically and may be a problem down the road unless updates are free since there is no access to settings (or maybe I am totally blind and not seeing them in which case someone on here can call me stupid before enlightening me).

FYI, Wondershare/Aimersoft's Ultimate Video Converters offer 2D to 3D conversion to five formats including Youtube. There are two options for each format for example, there is an anaglyph red/cyan option for playback on almost all devices and left/right option for playback on 3D devices. The resulting red/cyan file size was double the size of the 3D Video Converter.

Reply   |   Comment by Justine  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I just tried it few minutes ago and I'm NOT impress.

When looking through the red/blue glasses, all of the corners, top and bottom of the screen are blurry and way out of focus.

The middle of the screen or about 25% of it does not create true 3D, it looks like that most of the colors are superimposed on top of each other, so even a slight move of you head, creates rainbow effect and is too harsh on your eyes.

Artificial 3D will never catch up with most of the people.

Uninstalled it.

Reply   |   Comment by BobC  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

@ #37 sagitarius

The email addresses you post are not publically available (they are only visible to the fans of the page). Also, we remove the email addresses as soon as the promotion is over.

If you are absolutely against posting your email address on our facebook page, just contact our support team via email directly support@convert-to-3d.com and we will give you a personal discount code.

Reply   |   Comment by Ramka Ltd.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

I downloaded a series of "real" Anaglyph UK TV programs on UKNOVA.COM months ago & dug out some "hang the specs that I wear" Red/Blue eye-achers & can honestly say that it's by far the very worse way to view 3D - there's NO real color to be seen, it's more like shades of grey !

I don't bother to go to the cinema these days - especially when some 3D films are shown in Hong Kong.

I did see some 3D shorts in Disney Orlando many years back - and recall that the vision content & quality was much better than anaglyph turned out on some UK TV programs that I watched and immediately discarded.

I'll not be voting as I won't bother with this free program - once bitten twice shy where anaglyph is concerned.

Reply   |   Comment by Radiodoc  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

How ridiculous that via your 3D community on facebook link you are requesting people to post their email addresses on a public page for everyone including spammers to see and record, so they can get a code for another giveaway of the day offer !! wt_! -- this is weird!

Reply   |   Comment by sagitarius  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

Very fast conversion and very good effect. Couldn't be easier to install & use - nice!!

Reply   |   Comment by Shelley  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)

Program installed flawlessly to my 64 W7 and converted quickly videos to 3d. I used blue and red 3d glasses but they did not work...any pointers where I could acquire the right ones? I would like to try this program further. Thank You

Reply   |   Comment by Nancy  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

@ #30 Fari

That's a strange error, doesn't seem like anyone else experienced it so far. Try reinstalling the software, if that doesn't work, please contact our support team with the error details - support@convert-to-3d.com

Reply   |   Comment by Ramka Ltd.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I dont understand anyone who use it. Quality is no good and any 2D to 3D converts looks bad and unrealistic.

Reply   |   Comment by mirecek1965  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

@ #28 R Howells

All of our software, including 3D Player and 3D converter comes with free lifetime updates to future versions.

Reply   |   Comment by Ramka Ltd.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

@ Ramka Ltd

Excuse me for being confused....
At www.soundtaxi.info (Ramka Ltd) one is offered :
SoundTaxi Media Suite
Buy 5-in-1 solution for only $69.99 and save $105.96 or 64%

That is a 64% discount offered at that page !

At the www.giveawayoftheday.com/3d-converter335/ page you are offering a "SoundTaxi Media Suite 40% off GOTD special" so would that be 40% off the $69.99 or 40% off the "list price".. ?

Probably it would be appropriate if you mentioned your price and placed a link to where to buy rather than having people have to email you "begging"/"asking" for discount codes for a product they do not know what they really have to pay for !!!

And by the way , a guy named Greg Clement placed an answer at your facebook page with his email address published as you ask on the page , my problem here is that I can't understand how you in the first place can come up with an idea that people have to publish their email address at Facebook FOR EVERYBODY ELSE TO READ to get a discount code .
Greg's email address is a Gmail address shown at this picture :

Reply   |   Comment by C.J.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

It's impossible to get a true 3D image from a 2D image. The depth isn't there. Unless the film is specifically shot for 3D with respect to both eye-lines you're not going to get any true 3D.

What this program does is create a psuado-3D effect which results in the image appearing about an inch back from the front of the screen. The resulting image when watched with RG glasses comes across as blurry and somewhat flat. Images right against the front of the screen stand out but there's not real background depth. And unless you're working with a high resolution image to begin with the blurriness creates a hazy effect. And the processing washes almost all the color out of the image.

The most effective 3D aspects really come from the footage. Objects that move sideways across the screen help to give it more of a 3D effect. CG animation works a little better than live-action because the edges are more defined.

It's fun to play with for a short while but it's not long before you realize that everything you want in a 3D film isn't there. Whatever 3D might exist tends to come across in the film to some degree without the extra processing.

Also, don't forget to register both the converter and the player. Registering one doesn't automatically register the other. Although the processed videos can be played in any player.

Reply   |   Comment by Patrick McNamara  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

I am getting multiple framedyn.dll missing errors during install and at the end GOTD fails to activate the product so i am still stuck in trial mode with the limitation and watermark. Pls. fix it. tkx

Reply   |   Comment by Fari  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)

Installed very easily on Widows 7 64bit. The only thing I would like to add to those that just download and install without playing with the program is please make sure you also run the "3D Video Player" that is installed with this "3D Video Convertor". It too has to be registered today! No cut n paste or copying needed as the numbers are all there already!

Appears to do what it says. Converted a very short avi file and a couple of seconds later it was converted. That's when I found it does not auto open the "3D Video Player" and went to all programs to find the 2nd part. Except for reading the above posts I would not have realized there were two separate programs to register.

Reply   |   Comment by Gary Scherler  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I do have the glasses. It works well, converts quickly. However as I wear glasses, it is rather awkward trying to view with extra glasses on. Some scenes are in fantastic 3D, other scenes I didn't notice much difference, but this is a common problem with this type of 3D that I've seen previously. I won't be using it because of these problems. Also it played back no problem - in Nero in my case. I didn't need to use the (also free) player, but I did activate it no problem too.

As for (#12) - Axara 2D to 3D Video Converter (==> FREE lifetime updates) http://www.axaramedia.com/VideoSolutions/2Dto3DConverter/

It is not free, but there is a free demo. I know, I downloaded it. Then I uninstalled it. However, it does look very impressive with quite a range of converting features, whereas this Giveaway is just a very, very simple drag and drop converter.

Reply   |   Comment by R Howells  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

As I greatly appreciate getting this great free program which will allow me to obtain a better and more informative view of my old videos, I'd like to correct some of the errors made by the posters.

1. Both the converter and the viewer register by simply clicking on "Buy" then clicking again.

2. Drag and drop works perfectly.

3. The program works much faster and does a better job than Virtual Dub and Axra program mentioned by #12. download that program and it is not only slower, it produces an inferior video. Furthermore, the program is not free but a seven day trail that puts an overlay on the converted video.

4. The program is designed perfectly. Fast, simple to use and it provides good quality. Drag a video into the box and it quickly converts the video to 3D.

I might mention that anytime I visit a new place, I quickly snap about ten pictures and use the free, Microsoft ICE program to make a 360 degree panoramic.

I use the free FSPviewer to view the panoramic. I regret that I was not able to do this at all of the beautiful places that I have visited, but at least with this free 3D converter, I can load my old videos and see those places in 3D.

I think this is a great opportunity to get a fabulous program free, and folks would be foolish to miss the opportunity.

I plan to tell my family about yhis but unfortunately they will have to buy the program.

Reply   |   Comment by tom potter  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Just downloaded and installed on Win7 Pro 64bit. Activation was simple (for both 3D Converter and the player). Just clicked the "enter activation" box at the bottom. I didn't see anything anywhere requiring me do something in FaceBook.

I convereted a small video without problem and it plays in both the 3D Player and KMP. I don't have the glasses so no comment about the actual effect. In the past, with 3D stuff like this seems to be, two pieces of coloured cellophane (red and blue) over a pair of glasses "works" fine. Olden day 3D movies came with a pair of "glasses" at the cinema - a piece of cardboard with red/blue cellophane.

Now - have to go and find some cellophane.

Reply   |   Comment by Johnny Cool  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I just download and ran the 3D Converter program and it is AWESOME.

It downloaded fast, and all I had to do was click on the "buy" icon and then click again and it registered instantly. The conversion was fast, and it provide real 3D. I had thought that I would have to take two shots to get 3D as I do with my still camera, but apparently the program uses successive frames to generate 3D.

The player also registers the same way, but I viewed the converted videos in other viewers and they worked fine. It is GREAT that I am able to drag old videos into the program and get a much better view of them. This program has added a whole new dimension to my viewing of old videos.

Thanks to GOTD and Convert-to-3D for a great program.

Reply   |   Comment by tom potter  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

@Giovanni, the version 3.3.3 is listed on Softpedia (http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Encoders-Converter-DIVX-Related/3D-Video-Converter.shtml), though I don't think they have a review yet. Sometimes the search results there give you a hard time, so I'm glad to find the links from you; even when I don't read the whole page I check about your comments. Keep up the good work.

Reply   |   Comment by Watcher1924  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

@ #15 John Hinnerman

Having a Facebook account is not mandatory for this promotion.
If you want to take advantage of one of the discount codes - email us at support@convert-to-3d.com and we will give you a personal discount code.

@ #18 Sander

The converted files are in standard .avi format. We aren't sure why some of your gadgets don't recognize it.

Besides that, the converted files are not "3d source files" with two video streams. They are standard files with 3d effect already applied.

The 3D emulation isn't achieved by a simple shift by the way.

Reply   |   Comment by Ramka Ltd.  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Thumbs up for Ramka!

I needed this.

Great gimmick. I've been buying the 3D glasses on ebay getting ready for summer in our back yard with the projector. Now I can add some cartoons and stuff to the event. Sure, it's not like having a new active 3D monitor and watching movies made with dual view cameras... but don't say this isn't cool.

It's cool, it's retro, and the kids will be giddy about it.

The 3D glasses on ebay are easy to find - they are like cheap sunglasses.
About $1 and shipped from China.


Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

it only partially converts a 4 min video? can it be undone? where do we get the glasses? i know, a box of cereal !!!!

Reply   |   Comment by s99abx  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Ok, uploaded to YouTube, they have no idea how to process this video. It looks crazy crappy. Seems like all this program does is separate red and green and offset so that it *appears* to be 3D and you need red/green glasses in order to see the effect. On a REAL 3D output device like the EVO 3D or a 3D TV (even YouTube's awesome 3D handling capabilities), the picture will just be jumbled garbage.

I will be uninstalling this program.

Reply   |   Comment by Sander  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)

DvdVideoSoft's Free Studio includes 3D photo and video converters. I haven't tried them yet, but believe they also produce Anaglyph results.

Given the above facts, it's not worth my downloading this.

But thanks anyway, GOTD and Ramka.

Reply   |   Comment by Lee  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-17)

Converted a video, plays fine with the included player and BSPlayer, but when I transfer the AVI file to my EVO 3D phone, it doesn't recognize the file type. Also, Sony Vegas Pro 11 doesn't recognize the file type either. What gives?

This AVI file doesn't seem to be a true AVI.

I'm going to upload it to YouTube and specify it as a 3D file (yt3d:enable=true) and see if YouTube can recognize this file and can output the 3D correctly.

Reply   |   Comment by Sander  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

@12, Dan, you say that as though we have any modern 3d technology? Anaglyph came out in the 1850's. Modern active shutter glasses are based on technology that came out pre-1900 (stereoscopes). Polarized glasses came out in the 1930's. Autostereoscopy has been in development since before 1910.

Reply   |   Comment by Maniac  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)
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