FAQ

How can I view these movies in 3D?

Without glasses and any other viewing device
There are two methods: parallel-viewing and cross-viewing.
Many people find one method easier than the other. Parallel-viewing requires the ability to relax the eye muscles, "let go" and look beyond the plane of the image. This can appeal to those who like to gaze off into the distance and scan the horizon. Cross-viewing requires that the eyes be aimed at a point between the viewer's nose and the movie, so it can be comfortable for people who are good at focusing in on details and close objects.
 

Parallel-viewing
The viewer needs to hold his head exactly vertical and try to look "through" the projection plane as if he was looking at an infinite distant object.
Normally, when doing this for the first time it is hard because the eyes need to focus on some fairly near image while there is no or only little convergence (angle between the left and right eye directions). However, after looking at it for a while, one gets used to it and the movie get sharp with fairly well 3d effect.
There is little use for the parallel view method since it limits the (horizontal) image size to about 65mm.
 

You can use any media player to view any side by side movie (on this site) to parallel-viewing
But if you would like to view over/under format movie you can use this method:
1. Download the Stereoscopic Player and download over/under format movie.
2. Install Stereoscopic Player.
3. Start Stereoscopic Player, click File/Open File... and choose the downloaded file.
4. On the Stereoscopic Input Format set “Over/Under, Left Image Top” and set 16:9 Aspect Ratio.
5. Click on View/Viewing Method/Side by Side, Right Image First.
6. Size the movie about 13 cm wide (one picture is 6,5 cm).
7. Enjoy the 3D movie.
 

Cross-viewing
The cross-eyed view method works much like the parallel view method with the left and right images exchanged. Hence, when looking at the images, the viewer must look at the left image with the right eye and vice versa which means that the convergence angle is fairly large. This, in turn, allows to use somewhat larger images (more than 65mm wide).
As with the parallel view method, when looking at it for the first time, it is hard to get the images sharp because the brain thinks the focus point is much nearer due to the large convergence angle. After some time (contemplate!) one can overcome that.
The 3d effect is not very well and looking longer at these images is likely to produce eye strain.
Step by step:
1. Download the Stereoscopic Player and download any movie.
2. Install Stereoscopic Player.
3. Start Stereoscopic Player, click File/Open File... and choose the downloaded file.
4. On the Stereoscopic Input Format set “Side by Side, Left Image First” or “Over/Under, Left Image Top” depends on the movie and set 16:9 Aspect Ratio.
5. Click on View/Viewing Method/Side by Side, Left Image First.
6. Enjoy the 3D movie.


You can view these movies 3d with a common mirror:

1. Download the Stereoscopic Player and download any movie.

2. Install Stereoscopic Player.

3. Start Stereoscopic Player, click File/Open File... and choose the downloaded file.

4. On the Stereoscopic Input Format set “Side by Side, Left Image First” or “Over/Under,  Left Image Top” depends on the movie and set 16:9 Aspect Ratio.

5. Click on View/Viewing Method/ Side by Side, Right Image First.

6. Click on View/Flip and tick the Left Horizontal

7. Press Alt+Up more times  to set the image spacing to wide.

8. Place a mirror about 125x125mm (5"x5") square against your nose and view the right image with your right eye. Focus your left eye on the right image but carefully adjust the angle of the mirror until the reflected left-image merges with the right one.
 

With glasses
You can view 3D movies with any red-blue, red-cyan or red-green glasses.
1. Download the Stereoscopic Player and download any movie.
2. Install Stereoscopic Player.
3. Start Stereoscopic Player, click File/Open File... and choose the downloaded file.
4. On the Stereoscopic Input Format set “Side by Side, Left Image First” or “Over/Under, Left Image Top” depends on the movie and set 16:9 Aspect Ratio.
5. Click on View/Viewing Method/Anaglyph and choose Color Anaglyph ... (e.g. Red-Cyan) depends on your glasses.
6. Enjoy the 3D movie.


With 3D TV
3D Blue-ray player isn't necessary. If you have a 3D TV it's almost sure you can play video from pendrive or USB winchester. It's sure on Samsung 3D TV. So you have to download the movie and copy it to a pendrive or USB winchester. Then connect your drive to the TV and choose media-player (press 'Media.P' key on Samsung TV remote control). Search the movie and start it. At last switch to 3D mode (3D key on Samsung TV) and select side-by-side or over/under format.

8 comments:

  1. Where to download 3d movies???

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  2. Watching movies on my 3DTV makes it such a thrilling experience. It is so much better sitting in my own home instead of a theater.

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  3. hey Sam that means with the help of stereo scopic player we can watch 3D on normal display i mean on a non-3D display and we can get 3d effect ??

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  4. you can check this website www.sbs3dviewer.com 。can watch 3D on
    normal display

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  5. i have 3D glass 2 wach 3D movie so how can get free 3D movie

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