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Topic # 87856 9-Aug-2011 08:43 Send private message

I've found several sites that make sharing 3D images and videos easier. 

I use (listed in order of preference)

Phereo 3D 

Phereo 3D (phereo.com) looks like a good 3D site. 

Pros:

- Create your own folders. 
- Supports a wide variety of 3D image modes. 
- Has an Android app that supports various 3D modes *including* glasses-free fullscreen display on 3D phones like the LG Optimus 3D and HTC Evo 3D.
- great user interface
- Free accounts. Limited to 300MB uploads /  month.
- One and two year "Pro" accounts now available. NZ$32-ish for one year. Unlimited uploads.
- Supports restricting adult content by default, but you can disable this for your account. 

Cons: 

- the site in "beta"
- Photos only. No video. 
- can't adjust parallax 
  

3dporch.com

- stills only
- reasonable viewing size
- multiple viewing modes supported
- free membership

Cons: 
- hard to find anything. 
- no tags or folders
- larger viewing sizes are full resolution and usually larger than your monitor. 
- default viewing format is "Wriggle" which is intensely annoying

start3d.com

- stills only 
- multiple viewing methods supported
- supports folders
- can toggle between image sizes
- can order hard-copy lenticular prints (US$35 each)
- free membership

Cons: 
- Images you upload are highly compressed and image quality is poor at the two larger viewing sizes. 

YouTube.com (not in order of preference - it's in a class by itself)

- 3D video only - not stills
- supports a number of viewing formats
- free membership

3Dtv.com

Pros: 

- free membership
- 3D images and video supported
- Lots of 3D formats supported including "interlace" for passive and active 3D TVs and Monitors
- Upload video up to 2GB
- Mobile version of the site looks great a phone screen
- 3D videos and images display properly on 3D handheld devices like LG 3D Max and HTC Evo 3D
- reasonably good social side. including various "props" and comments.  

Cons: 

- Not a lot of people know about it. The user base seems small and content thin. I hope to change that. 
 

3DVisionlive.com (NVidia) 

- free to join
- supports video and photos
- Photos viewable as red/cyan anaglyph, but looks like you can only see 3D video if you have NVidia 3D gear. Not much use if you don't. 

3df33d.tv  

Pros: 

 

- Is now back up (verified live on 2013 09 22).  
- Uses WebGL so Firefox or Chrome are the browsers to use. 
- It's possible to align the images in the web browser. No one else does this. It's good. 

 

Cons: 

- Closed down from April 2012 to September 2013
- It's the same site, but operating on a smaller network connection....so may get congested if too many people turn up. 
 
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If you know of any others, I'm interested.




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  Reply # 503691 9-Aug-2011 09:19 Send private message

Hi mate,
I have recently bought a new Samsung 3d TV.
I want to test my TV and the active glasses that came with it.
I do not yet have a 3d blue ray player or Hdmi, so I would like to download some 3d content to my hard drive and plug n play it on TV.

Can u  pls point me to some links for a couple of trial videos or movies in proper 3d format?

Thanks




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  Reply # 503743 9-Aug-2011 10:50 Send private message

ankit816: Hi mate,
I have recently bought a new Samsung 3d TV.
I want to test my TV and the active glasses that came with it.
I do not yet have a 3d blue ray player or Hdmi, so I would like to download some 3d content to my hard drive and plug n play it on TV.

Can u  pls point me to some links for a couple of trial videos or movies in proper 3d format?

Thanks



If your TV is Internet-capable, then the 3DF33D.TV site should let you play video direct (streaming) from their site on your TV in an appropriate format. They have 8 basic 3D formats and under "Other modes" there are 10 more.

One of them should do what you want....

I'll have a look around and see if anything is downloadable.
 


 




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  Reply # 503745 9-Aug-2011 10:52 Send private message

Thanks for that but my dumb TV is a series 5 internet enabled tv which doesn't support browsing or apps, just uses internet connection for DLNA etc. 
Would be great if you can point me towards something downloadable!

Thanks 



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  Reply # 520510 13-Sep-2011 15:26 Send private message

Note: 3dporch.com is shutting down as of 13 / 9 / 2011. See main post. 

 




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  Reply # 524751 22-Sep-2011 19:45 Send private message

hello everybody,

have you heard about All-3D-channel on EUROBIRDtm 9A?
I really like this one... wanted to chair it with you =)



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  Reply # 524754 22-Sep-2011 19:48 Send private message

wallyyy: hello everybody,

have you heard about All-3D-channel on EUROBIRDtm 9A?
I really like this one... wanted to chair it with you =)


That's a satellite channel?

What do you need to receive that?  




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  Reply # 524755 22-Sep-2011 19:59 Send private message

3D channel reception parameters: 

Satellite EUROBIRD (TM) 9A at 9degrees East

Downlink frequency: 11747 MHz

Horizontal polarisation; FEC: 3/4

Symbol rate: 27 500   



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  Reply # 542346 8-Nov-2011 08:22 Send private message

Thanks for the satellite tuning info for the 3D channel. Sorry I didn't acknowledge it sooner. :-)  




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  Reply # 554544 6-Dec-2011 16:30 Send private message

I've added a new site: "phereo.com"




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3D site list updated: 2012 02 08




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Main post updated. 




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2013 09 22 - main post updated. 




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