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How to Convert MPO S3D Pictures into JPS Stereo Pairs

August 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Shooting in 3D


Just a few days ago I’ve written about the small, but very useful tool that allows you to convert MPO pictures taken with Fujifilm’s Finepix Real 3D W1 digital camera into separate JPEG images – one for the left and one for the right eye. The drawback of the tool called MPO2Stereo, written by cybereality at MTBS forum was that it did not directly produce JPS files, but you still need to join the two frames another software. But now, thanks to KindDragon from the same forum, and his tool JPG2JPS the process can be automated and done very easily. You just need to Drag and Drop the MPO file over the mpo2jps.bat file and you’ll get everything done, the MPO2Stereo will extract the left and right frames and jpg2jps.exe will create a single JPS file, containing the two stereo pairs. The resulting JPS file will be smaller than the input coming from the MPO, because there is some compression done when joining the images for left and for right eye into a single side-by-side image.

To download the two utilities packed together and ready to work…
For more information about the programs, visit this thread at MTBS…

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