This Thread was made for everyone to have fellowship as we venture into our 3D entertainment. We are able to now create 3D Pics and convert 2D films into 3D. Please remember XDA rules, If anyone is interested in a specific 3D movie request feel free to pm for details, let's enjoy our new Evo 3D
Here is a app I found to convert pics into SBS 3D for our Evo 3D.
Its easy and it works, I've tested and I'm posting here for everyone to enjoy.
Info to create 3D images
1)Run StereoPhoto maker
2)Go to File in meni bar (top left)
3)Select Open Right/Left Images
4)Select the image you want in 3D twice one for left and one for right.
5)Go to File in Menu bar and save MPO file
6)Below you will see image and some settings
7)Select for Nintendo 3DS
8)Resize to 640*480
9)Enjoy your 3D images
10)You need to adjust the 2 images (finetune) by tapping on the image in the gallery viewer and choosing the magic wand.
**Thx to Aagbulos for verifing and final setting.**
3D Movie Converter's
When converting movies from 2D to 3D:
You will need to click on the phone's menu hw button and select play in 3D and click ok, if it doesn't automatically. If it does not go into 3D then click menu again again and go back to 2D, and once done re-do 3D process until 3D kicks in.. Enjoy!
So far I got about 15 3D converted movies and still converting more.. The settings are "very easy".. just finished Iron Man and about to do Xmen-First Class, Thor, and Green Lantern
Did these on wifey's Win7 and doing others on my Macbook Pro..
1) You can select conversion in 3D to begin Half SBS it takes about 1hr to do and it should be as follows: On 3D set it up as 3D MP4 with resolution @ 800*480, bitrate video@ 900kbps and bitrate audio@128kbps.. Theyre 3D is in beta so hopefully they will soon have it to 3D resolution as I've informed them already .The bitrates will help keep video and audio in good quality and also minimize the size of movie.
2) If you want 2D in Evo3D resolution go to tools and select more options. Once you do in device search put "HTC Evo 3D" then it will show up in the bottom as a selection to download. Select it and it will begin, once done it will ask if you want it in HTC and select ok. Then it will show up as in the pic screen below
3) The icon will show up as new since Evo 3D is new.. Enjoy! Hope this helps. I have checked HTC EVO-3D and noticed that it supports 720p 3D files as well. As
for the case, could you choose the format as MP4 from Profile->3D Video, set the output resolution as 1280*720 . I do four 3D conversions in about 2hrs 1/2 and one in 1hr.
Upgrade any 2D video to 3D with ease
Convert any normal video to 3D with ultrafast speed, for truetheater entertainment at home. Leave the expensive 3D theater ticket away right now!
Support to create 3D video files for sharing on YouTube 3d movie channel with the preset for YouTube offered.
Compatible with different 3D media players available for playback of 3D video in 3D MKV, 3D MP4, 3D AVI, and 3D WMV.
Capable of kinds of 3D enjoyment whatever you have polarization glasses, shutter technology, or anaglyph 3D glasses.
Wondershare 3D Video Converter Licance for Free...
You can get Wondershare for free from h**p://w*w.wondershare.com/topic/halloween/get-video-converter-ultimate.html
(LINK STILL WORKS JUST COPY AND PAST IT...)
download link will be mailed to you.
1. download it
2. register it (for register do not use your mail adress. They will send you a new register promo mail adress with register code)
3. update it
and woala you will have the lastest ver. for free do not miss it...
If it does not work in your county write your email and I'll get it for you
HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows. (Free)
Thx to KnowYourCell
Installed copy of Handbrake software
Video files and or DVD of your choice
HTC EVO 3D with microUSB cable
Step I: Launch the Handbrake application on your computer and select the video source
1 Launch Handbrake (figure 1)
2 In the menu on the right-hand side, select the iPod Legacy preset (figure 1)
3 Select your video source by clicking on the Source dropdown menu (we used a DVD for our testing purposes)
4 Select the destination and name for the file once it has been converted (both the .mp4 and .m4v extension work for the EVO 3D)
5 Confirm that the container is set to MP4 File and that Large file size, Web optimized, and iPod 5G support are unchecked
Step II: Adjust Handbrake's Video Settings
1 Uncheck Keep Aspect Ratio
2 Set the EVO 3D Width and Height (the EVO 3D supports a maximum of 960 x 540 pixels)
1 Set Handbrake's encoding settings by clicking on the Video tab (figure 2)
2 Confirm the Video Codec is set as H.264 (x264)
3 Framerate (FPS) should be set to Same as source
4 Under Quality, select the Avg Bitrate (kbps) and change it to 1500
Step III: Adjust audio settings
1 Set Handbrake's audio settings by clicking on the Audio tab (figure 3)
2 Confirm the Audio Codec is AAC (faac)
3 Mixdown should be set to Stereo
4 Change the Samplerate to 48
5 Change the Bitrate to 160
Step IV: Save as a preset for future use
1 Click on the Presets menu and select New Preset
2 Enter EVO 3D in the dialog box and click Add
3 "EVO 3D" will now be saved as a preset and listed on the right hand side in Handbrake to be used in the future
Step V: Convert the video and copy to your EVO 3D
1 Click on the Start button in Handbrake
2 A command line/DOS window will open and start to process the video conversion
3 Once the conversion is done, mount your EVO 3D on to your computer via USB
4 Once mounted, create a folder named Video in the root folder on the EVO 3D
5 Copy converted file into the Video folder
That's it! The converted video can now be played on your EVO 3D using the Gallery app. It should look fantastic on the EVO 3D's screen as long as the original source was of good quality.
A few things to keep in mind when converting video:
1 The EVO 3D does not like video file sizes over 2GB (the settings in Step II should help insure that the file size is kept under 2GB)
2 Your converted video will only be as good as the source video
3 If your source is over 960 x 540, you must be sure to set the width and height to a maximum of 960 x 540 as noted in Step II
FreeMake (Free-Converts files not 2D to 3D)
Tutorial by Panamaniac: Link
Freemake app: Link
1) Download Freemake Video Converter
2) Locate a 3D video file.
-Make sure this is a SIDE-BY-SIDE video--meaning that if you view it NOT in
3D it just looks like 2 images side by side. IF your source video is like
that bluish-redish kind...sorry I don't know how to help.
3) In Freemake, click video--then browse your computer and find the video you want. I've been using standalone .mkv files; I'm guessing this will work when grabbing files off of 3D blurays too though?
4) Double click the video and it's put into the Freemake queue.
4b) Load up more files if you want
5) Now click "to Android" at the bottom of Freemake
6) A box pops up. Click the button under the word "Preset" and go all the way to the bottom and "Add Your Preset"
7) Make name your preset something appropriate like Evo 3D. Now use these settings:
-Frame size: size up to
- Width: 960
- Height: 540
-Video Codec: H.264
-Frame Rate: Original
-Bitrate Type: Custom
-Bitrate (Kbps): 1500
Then for audio, click the "Custom Audio" button and use these settings:
-Audio Codec: AAC
-Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Click OK and it should save your new preset. Now choose where you want to save your converted files (note: you can't change the file names of your converted files at this point I don't believe). Note that this conversion will leave your original file INTACT.
Click CONVERT and THAT'S IT! You're Done! Check the status bar, but after about 20-40 minutes a regular movie should be done.
Now just plug in your Evo 3D, access the SD card from your PC, and copy/paste the newly converted file onto your SD card (What most of us do is create a new folder on the SD card called "Video" and then place all our converted files here).
Use GALLERY to watch your movies--it should find the files automatically. When watching, it will usually start by playing the file as two images side by side. Just hit the options button and choose "3D", confirm, and there you go!
NOTE: Not all of the above steps/settings may be necessary, and there are probably some great ways to improve it...I only went this route because the route everyone else was taking (using Handbrake instead) never outputted audio for me
Note: if you're looking for 3D movies, search for "side-by-side" or "SBS"...that should be helpful. Some have suggested signing up at 3dtorrents.org, and I agree that that site is worth investigating...