1. Can I backup my Blu-ray 3D movies with Blu-ray 3D Ripper?

    No, you need Blu-ray Copy to do that job. Blu-ray Copy supports to make 3D movie backups in three ways ( Full Disc mode, Main Movie mode and Clone mode).

    What's more, Blu-ray 3D Ripper has been combined into Blu-ray Ripper, which can rip 3D Blu-ray movies to other 3D video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, M2TS, TS, etc. The output 3D files can be played on 3D players like Stereoscopic Player and NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player, or directly transfer to your 3D TV to get the fantastic 3D experiences.

  2. How to play the converted 3D mkv/avi/mp4/wmv files?

    There are 3 ways to playback these output 3D files:
    1. PC + 3D video player software;
    A compatible NVIDIA graphic card with the latest driver and 3D video players are required. We recommend NVIDA 3D Vision Video Player
    and 3dtv.at player at http://www.3dtv.at/Downloads/Index_en.aspx
    2. TV + 3D
    TV device;
    Please make sure your TV support the transmission of 3D content, upgrade the firmware of set-top-box or change a superior replacement would be necessary. Also you need Red/Blue 3D glasses to watch 3D video.
    3. 3D digital viewer (such as iPad which can playback avi, mkv, mp4... files only).
    Getting 3D video playback on your iPad, you need to rip the original blu-ray 3D disc by DVDFab firstly, then sync the converted mkv/avi/mp4 files to your iPad. This will be the best popular way of Naked Eyes.  We are working on this ripping feature for special devices, there are really much more surprise and benefits to look forward to.

  3. What is Side by Side 3D?

    In side-by-side 3D, a full 1080p or 720p frame consists of two halves on the left and right, with the

    entire frame for the left eye scaled down horizontally to fit the left-half of the frame, and the entire

    frame for the right eye scaled down horizontally to fit the right side of the frame. Thus, in the case

    of 720p content (resolution of 1280 x 720), each frame will actually consist of the horizontally scaled

    frame for the left eye with a resolution of 640 x 720 and adjacent to it, the corresponding frame for

    the right eye at the same 640×720 resolution. When the 3D ready TV receives this side-by-side

    3D signal, it splits each frame to extract the frame for each eye, and then rescales these individual

    frames to a full HD resolution using upscaling algorithms.  It then displays these upscaled individual

    frames alternately in a frame-sequential manner that is in sync with your active shutter 3D glasses.

    To sum up, it is just a method to deliver 3D content and also provides an excellent 3D viewing