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The Bino 3D Video Player Now for Windows and with XBMC Support

March 16th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Other S3D Tech


The Linux and Mac OS X 3D Video player Bino now is also compiled and available as a Windows build with an installer, so no need to compile it yourself to try it on Windows. There is also a new plugin available for the Bino 3D video player for people using the XBMC multimedia center software that adds support fro playing back 3D videos directly from the XBMC software. Just a reminded that the Bino player is not currently compatible with 3D Vision, although the player does support OpenGL Quad Buffer Stereo on compatible video cards, and it can also play using anaglyph, interlaced or Side by Side output.

To download and try the free Bino stereoscopic 3D Video Player…

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 LoneThread // Mar 16, 2011 at 22:56

    How well does it integrate with XBMC? If I load a SBS video in XBMC will this detect that its a 3D video and then render it in Interlaced (For my Zalman)

  • 2 Max // May 3, 2011 at 21:44

    i install it to my stable system, and first i want to see help/about, but it crashes. lol. then i load my half sbs mpeg2 movie, and crashed again. stereoscopic player, stereomovie maker, etc. works great on my system, so i uninstalled bino :-(

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