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Movavi 3D Media Player Converts 2D to 3D

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Movavi, a
leading developer of multimedia-processing software, today launched a new
version of Movavi 3D Media Player.
The updated software takes multimedia experience to the next level, offering
2D-to-3D conversion options, smooth playback of HD-video, and additional
multimedia processing functionality.

Movavi 3D Media Player is comprehensive media player
software designed to play back audio, video (including HD-video) and DVD in
most popular media formats, including MPEG 1, MPEG 2, and H264.

Until now, users could watch 2D or 3D video in various
configurations — stereo (side-by-side), stereo (top/ bottom) and anaglyph (all
colors). The new version goes further, offering on-the-fly 2D-to-3D video
conversion with a single click. With the new Movavi 3D Media Player, users can
watch their favourite 2D videos in 3D mode without the need to purchase
specific 3D-content. Users can set 3D video playback parameters (3D depth, 3D
shift and perspective) manually or choose the pre-defined settings.

Movavi 3D Media Player makes 3D video accessible to a
broader audience by removing the cost barrier. Users can get started for minimal
costs with affordable anaglyph glasses — the software can playback 3D videos
with NVIDIA 3D Vision or in anaglyph mode. Regardless of the selected playback
mode, users will experience a realistic illusion of depth perception.

Movavi 3D Media Player supports Intel® Quick Sync
Video, Intel® Hyper-threading, Intel® HD Graphics, NVIDIA® CUDA™ and NVIDIA® 3D
Vision™ technologies to boost 2D- to-3D video conversion efficiency and ensure
smooth video playback (including HD-video playback). The best 2D-to-3D
on-the-fly conversion results are achieved with HD-ready (1280×720) videos.

Key
features of Movavi 3D Media Player include:

  • Support
    for popular formats:
    Movavi 3D Media Player supports over 170 popular
    audio, DVD and video (including HD-video) formats.
  • Smooth
    video playback: Movavi
    3D Media Player supports Intel® Quick Sync Video,
    Intel® Hyper-threading, Intel® HD Graphics, NVIDIA® CUDA™ and NVIDIA® 3D Vision™
    technologies to ensure smooth video playback (including HD-video playback in
    MPEG and H264 formats).
  • 2D-to-3D
    on-the-fly conversion:
    Movavi 3D Media Player can playback 2D videos
    (including HD-ready videos) in 3D mode. The conversion is performed on-the-fly
    so there’s no waiting for results.
  • 3D-video
    playback:
    Movavi 3D Media Player supports three types of
    3Dvideo: stereo (side-by-side), stereo (top/ bottom) and anaglyph (all colors).
  • Support
    for NVIDIA technologies:
    The software supports NVIDIA® 3D Vision and NVIDIA®
    3D Vision Discover technologies for an immersive, high-definition, hi-fidelity
    video experience.
  • DVD playback: Users
    can choose from available subtitles and audio tracks while watching the DVD.
  • Multiple multimedia
    input sources:
    Movavi 3D Media Player can play back video and audio
    from a desktop, Apple iPod Classic, USB flash drive, or any external USB devices
    — all without the need to copy files to a local hard drive.
  • Quality control: Users
    can choose their preferred aspect ratio and resolution for the video, zoom to
    see detail, and apply filters and special effects (crop, stretch etc.).
  • Playlists: Users
    can create, randomize or cycle their personal playlists.
  • Energy
    saving options:
    Users can specify what Movavi 3D Media Player should
    do when the track ends — shut down the computer or activate hibernate mode.
    This option ensures users save energy even if they fall asleep while watching
    video or listening to music.

“We are
at the threshold of a true revolution in home entertainment as 3D video
technology is becoming ubiquitous. We are delighted to offer our customers an
effective yet affordable 3Dvideo playback application. We hope users will enjoy
the addition of this cutting-edge technology to Movavi Media Player”,
said Natalia Khudyakova, CEO of Movavi.

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