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The intention of this page is to describe how to use VLC to watch 3D video. Please add to it if you can.

3D Display Technologies

Generally there are three widely use 3D display technologies, all based on the principles of stereoscopic projection:

  • Anaglyph - red/green or red/blue images with glasses filtering out one colour or the other
  • Polarisation - technique used in cinemas, with two images projected with different polarisations, a silvered screen and polarised glasses
  • Shutter Glasses - technique used by the new 3D televisions, where each alternating frame represent the left or right views.

Video formats supporting 3D

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How to view 3D videos in VLC

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