A software solution that enables users to convert 2D to 3D video files, which offers video characteristics configuration and supports multiple popular formats
|Updated||Aug 25th 2017|
AVCware Studio N/A N/A
|Crack Size||32.1 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Movie aficionados and those who enjoy 3D videos might be on the lookout for a way of transforming their 2D videos to 3D, without resorting to complex software solutions. AVCWare 2D to 3D Converter is an application that was developed to offer users an accessible way of converting 2D to 3D video files and vice versa, all in a friendly package.
AVCWare 2D to 3D Converter comes packed with a simple interface that provides an uncluttered design and three main options for converting the selected video files. To this end, users will be able to convert 2D videos to 3D format, 3D to 2D and even 3D to 3D, the latter being particularly useful to those who do not own 3D TVs, but can still view Red/Cyan Anaglyph videos.
Once the preferred conversion method has been chosen, people can input their video files, but unfortunately, the utility doesn’t offer drag-and-dropping and neither does it support batch processing. This could frustrate users right from the start, as it cuts considerably on the handling efficiency.
Depending on the selected conversion method, users will be able to choose a preferred output resolution, 3D depth, and 3D frame layout. The output video format can be selected by either indicating the target devices, or the file type directly and AVCWare 2D to 3D Converter Crack provides an extensive library of predefined video formats.
Unfortunately, during the conversion process, the utility might emphasize a sluggish behavior and in our tests, when converting a 6 MB video file, it took considerable time to complete the task. Depending on users’ system configuration, this could differ, but the overall PC performance was affected in our tests.
This application addresses those who wish to convert 2D videos to 3D format and the other way around. It will offer them an accessible solution that will allow them to input their files with ease, define parameters such as the output video file resolution, 3D depth and 3D frame layout and export the files to multiple video formats. However, lacking drag-and-drop capabilities and inducing sluggish PC performance during the conversion process, might make it an unreliable choice.
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