Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Guides on 3D Tablet Video Player Produced in China

The guide below shows you around the information of 3D tablet and 3d video player which have be tested in Chinese market.

What does 3D video players actually mean?
Date back to the old media player times, Media players have reached the point where free ones all offer pretty much the same performance and features, and, in many cases, the same source code. However, in order to break out the box and stand out from the crowd, in videos, it is 3D media player. Today we’ll talk about the 3D video player which produced in China.

3DVPlayer-a professional 3D player on your tablet

3DVPlayer is a professional mobile player, portable digital product that currently supports most of the open hole 3D digital products on the market. This software in addition to play all kinds of products in the local 2D/ 3D video, also support online play. It is currently on the market only a support 3D (three-dimensional) video streaming functionality of the player. You can download here to have a try.

Characteristics of 3DVPlayer
  • Also supports 2D videos
  • It has a strong community support
  • Support many video formats, such as 3GP, MP4, AVI, etc.
  • Vast amounts of online video and content can be played online
  • Free download and use, free online software upgrade services at the same time.

Someone may be ask like this, ‘If we got some other 3D video formats that can’t be accepted by 3DVPlayer, such as 3D MTS, etc. How could we watch them on 3DVPlayer? Never mind , here we also recommend you a 3D Video Player Converter for Win/Mac to solve your pro

blems well. Follow the page and some main steps are offered for you.

Download and launch the program, get into the main interface and add your 3D video files with ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’. You will see your files on left list when import correctly. To ensure that still make your 3D videos with original effect and quality, click ‘3D Video’ button and pick one you want. Take the following picture as a reference.

Not only for common videos, 3D Video Converter can also support the conversion of DVD and Blu-ray discs. What’s more, you can adjust your output video size, audio channels, etc in ‘Settings’ interface. Do you wanna a try? 

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