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3Dtuber, a YouTube Like Video Sharing Website for 3D Content

August 26th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Other S3D Tech


The website 3Dtuber is a new online platform for users to share and watch stereoscopic 3D videos online by taking advantage of the HTML5 capabilities, it has similar idea as the YouTube’s 3D functionality. You can either upload a 3D video and watch it directly from the browser using any of the available viewing methods, depending on what 3D hardware you have or upload a 2D video and have the site autoconvert it in stereo 3D one for you. The 3Dtuber supports playback of 3D videos at 720p resolution, so it is recommended to upload videos with at least that resolution for best results. You should have in mind that the 3Dtuber website requires you to use HTML5-enabled browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Webkit, Internet Explorer is not supported at the moment. You have multiple choices for the output of the 3D video when watching, these include anaglyph (red/cyan, red/blue and green/magenta), Side by Side and autostereoscopic (row/column interleaved displays). The website does not yet have support for 3D Vision.

You can visit the website 3Dtuber for more information and to try it out…

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