Supported input layouts (modern formats can be autodetected):
Monoscopic (2D) video
Left and right view in separate video streams and/or files
Left and right view side by side (optionally with half width)
Left and right view on top of each other (optionally with half height)
Left and right view in alternating rows
To display a stereoscopic video, the left and right view have to be prepared in a special way so that the left eye sees the left view and the right eye sees the right view. Different display techniques use different approaches to achieve this separation of the two views.
Supported output techniques:
Anaglyph glasses (red/cyan, green/magenta, amber/blue). This works with every display.
Bino uses the high-quality Dubois method to produce anaglyph images. This gives far better results than the usual full-color and half-color methods.
Left and right view side by side (used by some 3D displays)
Left and right view on top of each other (used by some 3D displays)
Left and right view in alternating rows or columns (used by some 3D displays)
OpenGL quad-buffered stereo (only available with some graphics cards)