Create real 3D videos from your own movies with MakeMe3D
- In cinemas nearly nothing works without 3D. Now the technique is also available for your home cinema and PC
- MakeMe 3D is able to convert existing 2D-videos automatically into the third dimension
- The new 3D-videos are compatible to the popular Anaglyph 3D glasses and to the new Stereoscopic 3D Hardware
What was hardly conceivable a few years ago, has become reality. The audience in the cinema puts on 3D-glasses to watch movies in a completely new dimension. The 3D-technique is also used outside the cinemas. Currently, more and more 3D-Blu-ray disc, 3D-TVs and 3D-computers are developed. And this probably marks only the beginning of a new 3D-boom, which will keep consumer electronics and IT-sector busy for the next years.
New technology does not necessarily have to be complicated, that is why MakeMe3D is extremely easy to operate. The program supports the import of 2D-videos and others in the formats of DVD-video, AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP, MPG, TS, and many more. The program stores the converted 3D-videos in the formats of AVI, MPG, MP4 and WMV. It is possible to select from numerous target profiles. For example, the video resolution is automatically adjusted to the parameters of iPad, PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. The batch mode is perfect for a conversion of several 2D-videos. This mode converts all videos of a list and saves precious time.
The 3D-conversion operates with a self-developed object recognition and motion analysis. We can force vertical or horizontal output, realize page- or frame flipping, have the brightness adjusted automatically and set the depth effect completely variably.
Without the proper technology, 3D-videos appear blurred and fuzzy. To get the appropriate 3D-depth, you need the proper hardware.
- Anaglyph 3D glasses (red/cyan, red/blue, green/magenta and yellow/blue): For anaglyph recording of videos on PC-screen or TV, the viewer requires one of the classic 3D-glasses to be able to see the 3D-effect.
- Shutter technology: To use the modern Shutter technology, a NVIDIA 3D Vision Glasses Kit (compatible with 3D Vision video player) and an appropriate 120 Hz monitor like Syncmaster 2233RZ, Acer GD235HZ, Acer GD245HQ, Alienware OptX AW2310 or Viewsonic FuHzion VX2265wm, the Asus G51J-3D notebook or a 3D projector like the Acer H5360 are required.
- Polarisation glasses: These can be used with appropriate hardware, e.g. Acer 5740DG and Acer 5738DG notebooks, Zalman ZM-M220W or iZ3D 22W monitors.
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