Nvidia has added the new functionality to upload not only user made stereo 3D photos, but also user made 3D videos in the 3DVisionLive community without needing to have your own channel or having your videos pre-approved by Nvidia. There are of course some rules you will need to comply with when uploading your videos, so check them out here, and you can upload videos with a maximum size of 1024MB (1GB) or 5 minutes in length. They need to be in MP4 file format. Have in mind though that there are separate registrations required for uploading 3D photos and 3D videos on the 3DVisionLive, so you may have to make a new registration if you were only uploading 3D photos so far.
I did a quick test uploading a short 3D Video shot with the LG Optimus 3D smartphone – 720p Side by Side with half horizontal resolution and it was ready and available, although it seems I’m having some trouble playing it. The user uploaded videos use a different player than the standard 3D videos already available, and currently I seem to be getting only black screen with it, while the other 3D videos are playing just fine. The player does have an option to play the video in Anaglyph, Side by Side or 3D Vision mode, so you may be able to watch videos even on 3D HDTV or a normal PC without 3D Vision on it. And if you don’t like the end result after the video is available online you have the option to delete it, so go ahead and try uploading your 3D videos now.