Panorama Maker 6
Create perfect panorama images with your photos and videos
We are always to follow the trends, and now it's time to 3D. Camcorders and cameras are rushing to release new features of 3D photo capturing; 3D glasses have also become popular. But how can I view these 3D photos? What if I don't have any 3D media devices?
In ArcSoft Panorama Maker you need to input your photos in 2D at first. The program will then present these ordinary photos in unusual 3D way and allows you to output them in 3D image format. The whole process seems like you are making a 3D picture from 2D ones, all you need is only such a magic program.
As for those pictures that are already captured by 3D cameras, for instance, Fiji 3D camera, what to do next is viewing it in some 3D photo viewers.
This article mainly talks about how to view panorama photos in 3D with wonderful Panorama Maker and how to view photos in MPO (3D image format) with proper 3D photo viewer.
Tips: The four 3D formats that Panorama Maker supports are: pageflip, line interleave, checkerboard, and anaglyph. You can watch the panorama being auto playing back in 3D with a pair of red-blue glasses or an observation mirror.
And you can output them into .mpo format, which is applied in some 3D cameras. It even enables you to adjust offsets and depths. Nobody will find out it was made by software, right?
Apart from ArcSoft Panorama Maker, some 3D photo editor and 3D animation maker can recognize 3D pictures. For MPO ones, you can utilize programs like MyfinePix, stphmare, and 3Ds Max.
Here are the 3D panorama effects in ArcSoft Panorama Maker; checkerboard and slide mode is used.