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|Geplaatst: 09-07-2018 10:54:49 Onderwerp: View 3D MTS footage for playback on Oculus Rift
|Virtual reality is no doubt the next big technology that disrupts our world. Oculus Rift is one of the most popular 3D Glasses/Headsets with its low-persistence OLED display and low-latency positional head tracking. More and more people start to choose Oculus Rift when they plan to get a 3D Glasses to enjoy 3D movies at home. For Oculus Rift owners, when you have a Oculus Rift in hand, do you think about the 3D MTS movie or 3D MTS recordings from camera/camcorder source? Have you imaged that you can make 3D content for your Oculus Rift by yourselves with your movie collection and other movie library?
Want to know how to get it? OK, just read on the article and you will get the great solution. I think that you should know clearly that if we want to watch 3D MTS movies on Oculus Rift with all kinds of movie sources, we have to need a third party software named video converter, which is designed to convert your source video to 3D Mode. But considering that the video quality on the process of conversion, the consideration about the video converter must be careful.
Then which App can help you do the conversion work fastly? At this time, the third party program entitled Pavtube Video Converter has been proven to be an outstanding 3D video converter. (Read review)
With it, users can have the incredible ease of enjoying 3D MTS, 3D YIFY MKV, 3D YouTube FLV on Oculus Riftwith best quality. This is simple and sophisticated software that convert 3D MTS movies to Oculus Rift supported 3D SBS MP4/MOV with adding 3D effect in SBS with just few clicks. To be more specific, it offers several settings to let you free change 3D effect at your needs.
Best of all, this software allows you to convert 3D MKV to 3D videos with different 3D effect including Top-bottom, Side-by-Side and Anaglyph, which can be played on most VR headsets, 3D TVs, 3D players like Oculus Rift, Gear VR, HTC Vive, Google Cardboard, Google DayDream, Homido VR, VR One, etc. What’s more, it can also convert 3D MTS to any video formats like MP4, MOV, AVI etc. If you are a Mac user, you can also turn to the Pavtube Video Converter for Mac. Below is a simple guide.
Free download 3D MTS Video Converter for Oculus Rift
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.com/video_converter/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter/3000-2194_4-75734821.html
- Softonic Download: http://pavtube-video-converter.en.softonic.com/
[Detailed Steps] Convert 3D MTS movies to Oculus Rift for watching
Step 1. Load your 3D MTS movies
Launch the 3D video converter for Oculus Rift, and click “Add file” button to import your source 3D MTS materials. You can add multiple files one by one for conversion.
Step 2. Choose Oculus Rift format
Now go to “Format” and open the format panel. As we mentioned above, Oculus Rift (DK2/CV1) supports MKV, MP4, AVI, WMV formats, so you can directly choose one of them as the output format. Alternatively, you can directly select “3D” > “SBS MP4″.
Tip. Specify video/audio parameters
Click Settings button to adjust video/audio parameters like video resolution, bitrate, audio codec, audio channel. According to my experience, anything over 720p does nothing but turn battery energy into heat, due to the screen resolution.
Step 4: Start to Convert 3D MTS video to Oculus Rift 3D SBS format
Now, you can hit the “Convert” button to start to change 3D MTS video for Oculus Rift. After the process, open output folder to locate the generated 3D MTS movie for sharing/transferring. Through this way, you also can freely enjoy 3D MTS movies on Oculus Rift in 3D SBS format. Have a try.
Now Importing converted 3D MTS Videos on Oculus Rift
Step 1: Properly labeling your 3D videos
Before you can move your 3D videos to the Videos folder in your Windows system drive, it must be labeled in the proper format for Oculus to render it correctly.
Label 3D videos:
For 3D panoramic videos, top-bottom, bottom-top, left-right and right-left stereoscopic video support are implemented using the following naming convention:
Naming conventions used to label your 3D panoramic video:
“_TB.mp4″ or “_360_TB.mp4″ – Top / bottom 3D
“_BT.mp4″ or “_360_BT.mp4″ – Bottom / top 3D
“_LR.mp4″ or “_360_LR.mp4″ – Left / right side by side 3D
“_RL.mp4″ or “_360_RL.mp4″ – Right / left side by side 3D
Please add the proper naming convention to the end of your video file name.
Example: If your video file was MyCoolVideo.mp4, label it asMyCoolVideo_360_TB.mp4.
Step 2: Transfer your videos to Oculus Video
The Oculus Video app for Rift pulls video files from your default Windows video folder. To transfer your video files to the Windows Video folder:
Open your Windows System drive (this is generally your C: drive).
Open the Users folder.
Select your user profile.
Locate and open the Videos folder and move your videos here.
The next time you launch Oculus Video, your videos will automatically appear in the “My Videos” section. Now enjoy your 3D files on Oculus Rift (DK2/CV1) without hassle.
Free download 3D MTS Video Converter for Mac for viewing on Oculus Rift
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