Any new 3D converters out there?

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Any new 3D converters out there?

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Are there any new 3D-3D converters out there, that support the old format field sequential or a new format? I have about 50-60 old format 3D movies, and want to convert them to RealD or DDD. Right now, at best I use StereoMovieMaker to convert.
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Not sure what you mean by RealD and DDD. Those are companies not formats.

I think the best thing is still Stereo Movie Maker, not sure of anything else that would work for this purpose.

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cybereality wrote:Not sure what you mean by RealD and DDD. Those are companies not formats.

I think the best thing is still Stereo Movie Maker, not sure of anything else that would work for this purpose.
Both are companies, but from what I've seen, they're used to describe the formats each company uses. RealD uses left/right panel video, can't remember the DDD method (I just have the software).
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Real-d is a company who makes cinemaequipment. They use circular polarisation with silverscreen but the images are sequential left/right on the same screen. I think the frequency is 144Hz (room for correction).
DDD makes stereodrivers and mediaplayers for 3d. They support all kind of formats. If they support a real-d compatible rig i don't know but it may very well be possible. Anyway: Real-d and ddd cannot really be comparised since they have different niches and i'm not entirely sure if i understood the question right.
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I think shilar is talking about putting his 3d movies into framepacking or onto blu-ray, like converting frame sequential to framepacking blu-ray 3d or side by side. I think all you have to do is extract your frame sequential videos to side by side then put them into a program to convert them to blu-ray 3d format. This video I linked to shows how to make realD discs.

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