Tuesday, April 17, 2012

YouTube wants to democratize 3D video

YouTube wants to democratize 3D video
After a year of test, YouTube opened to the public its videos HD 1080p 3D conversion service. While 3D TV does not appear to have convinced the public, YouTube will try to convince Internet users. After a year of tests, the site finally launches service that offers to give relief to your 2D video. Attention, all are not eligible. Only affected those in HD 1080p, so in Full HD while in the testing phase, the beta program registrants could convert HD 720 p. It is 3D a little old school which will require glasses, but the experience is interesting. On his blog, YouTube explains the process in detail. A demo video is online. From 2D to 3D, a single click is enough.

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