Showing posts with label 3D guide. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 3D guide. Show all posts

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Watch YouTube 3D Videos on Sony BRAVIA HD TV

With the prevalence of 3D movies, even YouTube serves 3D videos. But as time goes on, many feedback reveals the playback issue of YouTube 3D videos. For example, a person reported in Sony community that he couldn’t play downloaded YouTube 3D video on his Sony BRAVIA 3D TV for there is neither control to select the 3D viewing method nor resolution option while the default resolution is rather low. 

The Sony support team answered him: “The images and videos on the YouTube 3D gallery require the use of red and blue anaglyph 3D glasses. But the glasses designed to be used with a Sony High Definition (HD) BRAVIA 3D TV are not anaglyph. You will have to purchase 3D anaglyph glasses from a local retailer or from the Google store to watch the YouTube 3D videos on a Sony BRAVIA HDTV.” Even more, although most of the YouTube 3D videos downloaded are MP4 format, there are still have many exceptions, like 3D FLV, video which can’t be supported by Sony BRAVIA HDTV. 

So if you don’t have a anaglyph 3D glasses and don’t want to pay for a new one, or your downloaded 3D YouTube video has format incompatibility issue with your Sony BRAVIA HDTV, what you should do to achieve the playback of YouTube 3D video on Sony BRAVIA HDTV?

Then, here comes video conversion technique. You can use Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate to change YouTube 3D video to Sony BRAVIA HDTV supported 3D SBS MP4/MKV/AVI video so that you can freely watch YouTube 3D video on Sony TV without needing anaglyph 3D glasses. it enables you to adjust the video resolution in profile settings like resetting the video parameters to 1080p to get better YouTube 3D video playback on Sony BRAVIA HDTV.(Read its review to learn more functions)

If you are a Mac user, Please turn to the equivalent product iMedia Converter for Mac.

Free download and install Video Converter Ultimate on PC:


Other Download:

- Pavtube old official address:
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How to change YouTube 3D video to 3D SBS MP4 with 1080p for Sony BRAVIA HDTV?

Step 1: Load YouTube 3D video

Launch Video Converter Ultimate on your computer, and import YouTube 3D video into this app by clicking "Load file(s)" button.

Step 2: Choose output format

For outputting 3D SBS MP4 for Sony BRAVIA HDTV, you can choose "MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video(*.mp4) " under "3D Video" category. In this category, it has other 3D format, like 3D MKV, MOV, etc. So you also can choose output 3D MKV as the best format for your Sony TV

Step 3: Set video resolution

For getting 1080p YouTube 3D video for Sony BRAVIA HDTV, you can click“Settings” to open profile settings window. Click video size to select “1920*1080” to get the better video quality. 

Step 4: Start to turn YouTube 3D video to 3D SBS MP4

After finish the above clicks, now you can hit the "Convert" button on the main UI to transfer your YouTube 3D video to MP4 Side-by-Side 3D video for playback with Sony BRAVIA HDTV. 

Supplement: how to find 3D video on YouTube?

There’s three main ways to find 3D content on YouTube. Firstly, when the service was original launched, a special tag of “yt3D:enable=true” had to be applied to get the 3D button and functionality to appear. That’s not true anymore, but there’s an archive of stuff in there and some people are still tagging their videos like that, so it’s worth a look.

Secondly, YouTube has official 3D channel to highlight some of the better videos.

Thirdly, there’s a number of professional and affiliated channels producing fantastic 3D content, so here’s some of the best ones: ExploreMediaGroup and S3D Gamer Zone

With format transformation, you can more easily watch YouTube 3D video on Sony BRAVIA HDTV. So if you have some YouTube 3D videos and want to watch them on your 3D devices, you’d better to do some video processing before watching them.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Rip DVD ISO to SBS MP4/MOV Videos View on ZEISS VR One

Carl Zeiss has announced the VR One, which is the optics manufacturer's answer to the new 3D Virtual Reality Glasses. Similar to Samsung's offering, the VR One will require pairing with a smartphone. It’s fairly pleasure to view movies in virtual cinema mode with Zeiss VR One headset. Besides preparing 3D movies for watching, you can also try to convert your backed up ISO files from Blu-ray or DVD on computer into 3D video for playback on VR One in Oculus Cinema. In this article, you are going to learn how to rip ISO from DVD to 3D SBS MP4/MOV for VR One in a simple way. 

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Obviously, the most effective way which highly recommend is that you can try to convert your backed up ISO files from DVD on computer into 3D video for playback on ZEISS VR One in Oculus Cinema. For ZEISS VR One currently only supports MP4 and MOV. So to enjoy DVD ISO image on ZEISS VR One With immersive 3D movie experience, you have to change ISO to 3D MP4/MOV for ZEISS VR One. Just get some help from the third-party software. 
To convert DVD ISO to Zeiss VR One for watching everywhere, Pavtube DVDAid is highly recommended. It can professionally rip DVD ISO to Zeiss VR One supported 3D SBS MP4/MOV video format with fast speed and excellent output quality. Equipped with 3 different 3D effects: Side by Side, Red/Blue and Top/Bottom. In addition, this DVD ripping tool can also convert DVD and DVD ISO to various popular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, MPEG, MOV, FLV, MOV, 3GP, etc. as well as rip DVD to optimized video for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Zune, Creative Zen, Archos, iRiver, Blackberry, Xbox 360 and more. Read the review

Free download the DVD ISO to Zeiss VR One Converter:


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How to convert DVD ISO to Zeiss VR One friendly content for playback

Step 1. Load ISO movies

Download and launch this DVD ISO to 3D MP4/MOV converter, and import your DVD ISO files to it by clicking “File” > “Load IFO/ISO”. After the movies are loaded, you can preview them on the right viewing window and adjust volume or take snapshots freely. 

Step 2. Select SBS MP4/MOV as the output format

Then click “Format” and select “MOV Side-by-Side 3D Video (*.MOV)” or “MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video (*.mp4)” from “3D Video” category as the output format. (Read differences Between Anaglyph 3D and Side-by-Side 3D). 

Note: For movies in 720p resolution are best for watching in the VR ONE Cinema. So you can open profile settings window, and adjust video size to 1280x720p for ZEISS VR One.

Step 3: Start to rip DVD ISO to 3D SBS MP4/MOV

Hit the “Convert” button to transfer your DVD ISO to MP4/MOV Side-by-Side 3D video for playback with ZEISS VR One. After conversion, you can hit “Open” to find the generated 3D videos. 
Step 4: After conversion, you can click "Open" to locate the output videos for adding to the VR One Cinema:

Adding movies to the VR One Cinema app is very easy. Since you will need to save the movies to your phone, please plug the phone into your computer. 

For iOS users:
  • After opening iTunes, select your phone at the top (Step 1),
  • And open the Apps Menu (Step 2).
  • If you scroll down (Step 3) you will find the VR One Cinema app listed under the "File Sharing" menu.
  • Just select it, and either drag and drop videos into the window on the side, or click the "Add" button to search through your folders (Step 4).

For Android users:
  • Connect your Android phone via USB cable and open Android file transfer
  • Create a folder "VRCinema" on your phone at root level
  • Drag and drop any .mp4/.mov file into this folder.
  • Important: DRM-protected movies (e.g. purchased movies from Google Play) are not supported.
  • Hint: For 3D side-by-side (SBS) movies, please make sure that the filename contains "SBS".
  • Movies in 720p resolution are best for watching in the VR ONE Cinema.
And that's it! All the videos you add here will be listed under the "Movies" folder inside the app. The VR One Cinema app can play ".mov" and ".mp4" file formats. It is also important to note that if you have a side-by-side video that is specially formatted for 3D, you can simply add the keyword "SBS" to the file name of the video, and the app will automatically show the correct content for each eye. Enjoy an awesome virtual reality movie theater experience! 
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Best 3D Blu-Ray Movies to Watch at Home

Less-than-optimum projection setups and sometimes questionable movie quality are making the future of seeing 3D movies in the theater an uncertain one (though we're admittedly excited to see Titanic 3D, which hits theaters today). But with 3D home theaters, you can control the experience by buying the right equipment. That just leaves the question of what to watch. Although the choices for the stereoscopic enthusiasts seem frustratingly limited for the moment, these 5 films could make the solid beginnings of a 3D Blu-ray library. 

Top 1 - Big Hero 6 Blu-ray 

From Walt Disney Animation Studios, the team behind "Frozen" and "Wreck-It Ralph," comes "Big Hero 6," an action-packed comedy-adventure about the special bond that develops between Baymax, a plus-sized inflatable robot, and prodigy Hiro Hamada. When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called "Big Hero 6." 

Top 2- Hugo

Hugo is a story of magic, but not in the Harry Potter fashion. There are no supernatural or even science fiction elements in Martin Scorsese’s new film (although the terrible marketing campaign might have led you to believe there was something like that going on). The film is a deeply felt, hugely personal, glorious and heart-swelling ode to the magic of cinema and stories. The way they bring us together, allow us to understand each other, allow us to see our dreams come true. 

Ostensibly a children’s film, Hugo is really a movie for anyone who has a Pavlovian reaction to the sound of a movie projector. But to say that it only appeals to the cinephile is to discount the staggering mastery of Martin Scorsese, who has constructed a film that is beautiful and sweet and enormously touching. Yes, his love of the movies is at the center of Hugo, but his love of movies comes from something deeper and more universal: the desire to connect, to share, to create. 

Hugo Cabret is an orphan who lives in the hidden tunnels and pipes of Gare Montparnesse, a busy Parisian train station. He winds the clocks and hides from the station inspector and looks out at the lives of the people who work in the station. Scorsese sets most of this up in an astonishing, perfect opening sequence that is largely without dialogue, using only the language of filmmaking to tell us who everyone is, what their relationships are, what the station looks like, and most of what we need to know about Hugo.  The opening shot, which flies over Paris (which at first looks like a cog in a machine) then through the station, then up to the face of Hugo peering through the number 4 on a huge clockface, is breathtaking. Most other filmmakers would have fucked it up with an inane voice over - ‘My name is Hugo, and I live here behind the clocks’  - but Scorsese is no other filmmaker. 

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