x3DPlayer (formerly 3D-Player)1.6

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A stereoscopic player that will display video in 3D

editor's review






3D-Player is a lightweight video player that comes with 3D support, enabling you to watch stereoscopic videos and movies.

The program's interface is simple, comprising only the basic playback options, such as play / pause, the volume icon and the full-screen button. This makes it very easy to use and suitable for any type of user, whether it is a beginner or not.

3D-Player enables you to either open a regular 2D file or a 3D movie. If you choose the latter option, you have the possibility to play a side-by-side video (a 3D left / right video) or a top and bottom video file. In order to view the image correctly, you have the possibility to select the glasses you are using (red / cyan for Anaglyph 3D videos, green / magenta, blue / yellow, no glasses on the left or right side).

In addition to this, you can also play videos from webcams or other capture devices and even convert 2D videos to 3D modes.

As the file is playing, you can view detailed information about the video, such as its type, the width and the height, the average frame, the current frame and some audio settings (the numbers of channels, the frequency and the frame rate).

As its name suggests, 3D-Player is a simple player for 3D videos. Although it does not come with many features and options, it does allow you to change the video rendering options. If you are looking for an easy to use and effective software solution for playing both stereoscopic or conventional 2D movies, 3D-Player is worth considering.

x3DPlayer (formerly 3D-Player) was reviewed by Mihaela Teodorovici
Last updated on August 12th, 2013
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