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Stereoscopic Player

If you are looking for Stereoscopic Player, you have come to the right place. We explain what Stereoscopic Player is and point you to the official download.

What is Stereoscopic Player?

Stereoscopic Player is a video player developed by Peter Wimmer that allows for viewing of 3D movies and video clips directly on the computer. The program includes real-time video conversion so that the user is able to watch their 3D movies immediately.

When a video is loaded, the user need only to select the type of input format of the video, i.e. interlaced, right line first or left line first; side by side, right image first of left image first; and over/under, right image top or left image top. All of these options, plus others, can be found on the Stereoscopic Input Format feature of the player. These options may also be accessed from the drop down menu of the File tab. Selecting the input format enables the player to process the video correctly.

Users may configure the player through the Settings feature. Under this option, the user can configure the following: User Interface, Playback Options, Decoder and Control. Stereoscopic Player is about 7.4 MB in size, and can run on the following Windows editions: 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and 7.

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File types supported by Stereoscopic Player

Our users primarily use Stereoscopic Player to open these file types:

About file types supported by Stereoscopic Player

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Last updated: : May 8, 2013