Clean tool which enables you to create three-dimensional movies by uploading two source videos, as well as create 2D ones from pictures.
- Anaglyph Workshop Movie Edition
- License :Demo
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Sandy Knoll Software
Anaglyph Workshop Movie Edition Description
Anaglyph Workshop Movie Edition is a software tool that was developed specifically to aid individuals in creating 3D movies from 2D ones, as well as the other way around.
Quick install and clear-cut environment
The installation process does not offer to add or download any kind of third-party products, and it does not last longer than a few seconds. The interface you are brought to includes a design which can only be described as minimal and well-organized. This means that anybody can learn how to handle it without encountering difficulties, be they beginners or highly experienced people.
Types of conversions available and setting to configure
First and foremost, you can create 3D movies by uploading videos in formats such as MOV, AVI, M4V, MP4 and MV4 from the hard drive. These can only be added with the help of a file browser, as the “drag and drop” function is not incorporated. Moreover, you can input the number of frames per second, resolution and type of 3D effect (red/blue, yellow/blue, side-by-side, top and bottom).
In addition to that, you can convert 3D clips to 2D ones, and create movies by uploading picture folders to the program and defining the FPS value. It is possible to join two video files, while also adjusting the volume and choose which audio track to use.
Comprehensive Help contents are provided, and the system’s performance is not affected in any way, as the CPU and memory usage is kept at a low level at all times.
Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say Anaglyph Workshop Movie Edition is an efficient piece of software when it comes to converting and creating videos. The interface is accessible to all user types and there are plenty of options to keep you busy for quite a while. Nonetheless, you should know that, in our tests, the conversions failed multiple times.