Straightforward utility created for converting 2D video files to 3D content by encoding images with opposite color filters (anaglyph 3D).
- DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter
- Version :22.214.171.124
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Fengtao Software
DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter Description
Some users do not know that 2D video content can be converted to 3D format by using a special software tool capable of encoding the images using chromatically opposite filters in order to render the movie in anaglyph 3D.
DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter has been developed specifically for this purpose and it is designed to provide the user an easy and comfortable way to carry out the conversion procedure.
Simple installation process
Installing the tool is not a difficult process and by following the instructions on the screen the user should be able to finish the job with no trouble.
Once a video file is loaded the user can head straight to the 3D conversion options; these include the possibility to select between different chromatic filters, according to the available glasses.
Additional customization options include the possibility to select the split-screen 3D, either left/right or top top/bottom, and define the frame size.
Customize the conversion
The developer also provides the choice to make the video interlaced, which means that the perceived frame rate doubles so that the motion perception is improved. Another option is to enable two video streams in one file.
Regarding the transformation from 2D to 3D, DVDFab converter offers the user the possibility to adjust the visual depth to the desired level along with the gain value.
Keep in mind that the actual conversion process is quite resource-intensive and needs a significant amount of time to complete. However, the results achieved with DVDFab’s tool should be pretty good.
Simple options for converting 2D video to 3D
Although such a conversion process may appear as a difficult task, DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter shows that the operation can be completed by any type of user with the slightest effort. The results are not extraordinary, but this is to be expected because of the anaglyph 3D effect.