Create Your Own 3D Videos with DVDFab 3D Converter


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Speak to 3D movies, most of us have such kind of video experience in the theaters. Audiences buy the expensive movie tickets then enter into the video hall and wear 3D glasses to watch 3D movies. Well, things need not to be so much traditional and complicated, you can view 3D movies off the theaters now. Homebrew multimedia brand DVDFab offers users the best solution to create true 3D videos yourself.

Advanced technologies have not to be very complicated, that's why DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter is an easy-to-handle 2D to 3D converter program. For the beginners, they can make a 2D to 3D video conversion with just one or two clicks. While for senior users with much higher requests on the output video effect, they can customize it in various ways with surprising effect presented.

Nowadays, 3D devices like 3D Blu-ray players, 3D TVs, and even glass-free 3D mobile phones have been developed to be more and more powerful. And with DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter, you can save the expensive 3D movie tickets and create your own 3D movies yourself for enjoying or sharing with your friends at home.

Ahem, without further ado. Let's cut to the chase to create a 3D video with DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter.

Note: DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter is not a standalone stuff, it shall be worked with DVDFab ripper products including DVDFab DVD Ripper and DVDFab Blu-ray Ripper.

Step 1: Get DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter installed correctly

What's comes first, make a purchase or download the free trial, whatever, just make sure you have installed DVDFab successfully. Actually, the process is super easy, just follow the wizard and click the next to continue.

Step 2: Boot the program up, opt for Converter, and then add a source

Boot DVDFab up followed by finishing the installation. Then opt for Converter tab. With regard to 2D to 3D Conversion, the source forms can be, 2D DVD/Blu-ray disc, 2D DVD/Blu-ray ISO, 2D DVD/Blu-ray folder, and video with any format. Load the source by inserting the disc into the optical drive, dragging & dropping the ISO, folder or video file into the main region, or clicking the "+" or "+Add" button to add it in.

Step 3: Choose one 3D video format, and customize the output video

The source loading just requires several seconds, and then we come into the operation settings. Move to the left panel, and click the profile switcher to enter into DVDFab's rich profile bank. Navigate to: Format -> 3D Video. You can choose to convert your source to be 3D MP4, 3D MKV, 3D AVI, 3D M2TS, etc. Choice is yours! If you have some specific need, go to the advanced settings panel. You can set the resolution, output video quality, sample rate, bit rate, etc. you prefer more. And for the output 3D format, you can choose to convert the source to be two split screens 3D including side-by-side 3D (SBS 3D), top/bottom 3D, with half size and full size choices, Anaglyph 3D with 14 modes or two separate films.

More deeply and customize, DVDFab's exclusive video edit feature enables you to customize the output video to fit for your need in depth. You can change the aspect ratio, trim the video with specific output content you need based on seconds, crop the video with the display area you need, brand the video by adding a watermark, either image watermark or text watermark, add external subtitles or change the video effect like brightness, contrast and saturation.

Step 4: Go and execute the 2D to 3D conversion

All things get ready. Now, it's time to take the last step to run the video conversion. Just hit the Start button, this 2D to 3D conversion will be started immediately and finished soon due to the batch conversion, multi-core CPU, the newest NVIDA and CUDA support. During the process, every information about the progress including the progress state, the elapsed time and left time, will be presented to you clearly. And you can also set your PC to automatically shut down, exit program, hibernate or do nothing when the task is finished.

Author Bio:Lydia Wang is just a simple girl who likes to write software reviews and some short stories.