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The Multimedia Player KMPlayer Now With Stereo 3D Support As Well

April 29th, 2012 · 6 Comments · General 3D News


When talking about a good general audio and video player three names quickly come up in my mind – Media Player Classic, GOM Player and KMPlayer. All powerful both in terms of features and options available to the user and easily playing back most audio and video formats, but this goes as far as 2D video. The it seems that these players could soon also support 3D video playback, for example the GOM Player has gotten stereo 3D subtitle support some time ago and more recent beta builds of the KMPlayer also do come with support for stereo 3D subtitles as well as stereoscopic 3D video playback capabilities as well. Have in mind though that when talking about stereo 3D subtitles support with these players it means support for plain text file subtitles used for 2D videos that are just being played back properly at screen depth in 3D mode. Regarding the supported stereo 3D input formats the KMPlayer can handle videos in Side by Side or Top/Bottom (Over/Under) and can display them in multiple anaglyph output modes as well as Row or Column Interleaved format. So you wither need a pair of anaglyph 3D glasses or a passive 3D display that can work with direct Row/Column Interleaved input such as LG’s 3D monitors and 3D HDTVs, unfortunately there is no support yet for 3D Vision for example. So next up is Media Player Classic starting to get some stereoscopic 3D support as well…



The KMPlayer also has some sort of an online service for accessing 3D videos called 3D Movie Plus, however I was not able to see any videos available as in the example screenshot above, so this may only be working in Korea for example. And while neither the GOM Player, not the KMPlayer are yet even close to offering what the Stereoscopic Player supports in terms of stereo 3D video, they are still much better in 2D video playback. So if you have never used Media Player Classic, GOM Player or KMPlayer, then I’d recommend to check them out at least because of their 2D multimedia playback capabilities.

For more information and to download the latest KMPlayer with stereo 3D support…


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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Heyer // Apr 29, 2012 at 21:56

    All directshow-based players support stereoscopic subtitles via ffdshow.

  • 2 Bloody // Apr 30, 2012 at 01:47

    Yes, they do, but the ffdshow subtitle filter is causing problems to some users, so having native 3D subtitles support in the player is a bit better… and with KMPlayer it is not only getting 3D subtitle support.

  • 3 quisp65 // Apr 30, 2012 at 04:06

    What I like about Media Player Classic is that you can load multiple videos and completely take out any bars and menus from showing and completely fill the screen with different videos running. This works great for… err… well you know what we do with our players guys! :-) Will KMPlayer do this?

  • 4 Matt // May 9, 2012 at 06:04

    A recent release of KM Player was trojan filled that I tried. You can search about it

  • 5 Diablo 3 // Jun 18, 2012 at 21:49

    “A recent release of KM Player was trojan filled that I tried. You can search about it”

    KM Player was never trojan filled. It is a false positive as you can read here:

    http://www.kmplayer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15558

  • 6 Daniel // Sep 27, 2014 at 13:45

    If your favorite player doesn’t have the option to show 3d subtitles, you can easily convert a srt file to ssa/ass 3d format using an online site. I tried http://subtitle3d.com and it works perfect

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