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YouTube Now Converts Video to 3D
Posted By Joshua Condon On September 23, 2011 @ 1:22 pm In Blogging and Social Media,Innovation,Internet and Online Business,Tools on Managing Technology | No Comments
YouTube last night launched a service that converts existing uploaded videos to 3D.
The rise in 3D-enabled cellphone and camcorder video prompted the new capability from the video-sharing site, courtesy of Google engineer overlords who wanted to optimize such content. Now, users who click the “Edit Info” button on an upload’s “Watch” page will have the option to convert both content already uploaded and two-dimensional clips to 3D. A red “3D” button on the lower right-hand-side of the screen frame gives the user options to specify the different type of glasses or monitors that will optimize the content.
The 3D-enabled output can be viewed on various PC, TV, gaming and mobile phone screens that utilize a variety of, and sometimes otherwise incompatible, technologies. YouTube 3D product manager Jonathan Huang says the move helps “make the barriers evaporate.”
Read more at Gadgetwise .
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