As its name suggests, 3D Video Player is not your typical video player. Its major feature is the fact that it can turn typical two-dimensional videos into 3D ones by applying various types of 3D filters, including anaglyph, anaglyph true, anaglyph gray, side by side as well as top and bottom. In other words, it can make you feel like you're watching a 3D movie, even if in fact you're watching your usual 2D videos, but with 3D filters applied to the playback. It's a unique kind of converter, one that processes the original file and turns it into a 3D video on the fly, as it is played. It won't be the same quality as movies originally recorded in 3D, but it will be a successful 3D simulation that gets very close to those high-quality, original 3D movies.
3D Video Player is also very simple and easy to use. Just load the video file, select the preferred filter, and watch the 3D version of it. The shift and depth can also be configured, but other than these and the typical playback controls, there are no other options and functions. In fact, the fact that 3D Video Player lacks abundance when it comes to advanced settings and additional features is quite a drawback, as even support for basic stuff like playlists or subtitles is not provided.
Anyway, 3D Video Player is not a great player when compared to other similar multimedia playing apps, but it's an attractive tool for anyone interested in 3D video technologies.
- Allows adjusting shift and depth.
- Supports multiple 3D filters.
- Supports many video formats
- Lacks basic features, options, and functions.
- Occasionally returns codec-related errors (ffdshow.dll, etc.)