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.
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If you are looking for a video player for Linux or Mac OS X that supports stereoscopic 3D video playback, then Bino might be just the right thing you need. Bino is free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL version 3 or later. The player supports Side by Side, Over/Under, Field Sequential input and output formats as well as OpenGL quad-buffered stereo on compatible professional video cards. You will not be able to use 3D Vision however, unless maybe if you have a Quadro video card. There is also support available for anaglyph red-cyan output using the Dubois method for the color output. Another interesting feature of the Bino player is the support for multi-display video, e.g. for powerwalls, Virtual Reality installations and other multi-projector setups. If you have used the software before or decide to try it you are welcome to share your feedback in the comments below.