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How to Rip and Convert 2D Blu-ray to 3D Video?
DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter can work with DVDFab Blu-ray Ripper to rip and convert 2D Blu-ray
to 3D video for you to view on your 3D devices. 3D format and 3D effect can be customized freely,
along with video parameters and effect. Now let’s have a look at how to do this 2D Blu-ray to 3D
video conversion with DVDFab 9.
Step 1: Start up DVDFab 9, choose Ripper option, then load in the source Blu-ray
Start up DVDFab 9, choose Ripper option. Then you can see the main interface of Ripper. Just load
in the source Blu-ray. After the movie is in, you can see the longest title is selected by default. And
you can freely change the audio tracks and subtitles.
Step 2: Choose a 3D video profile
Now open Profile menu, go to 3D format (here we’re using DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter), and
you’ll see all supported 3D formats. Just choose your favorite profile.
Step 3: Set 3D format and effect
OK. Now click Advanced Settings button to go to set video and audio parameters, and 3D format and
effect. For 3D, you can choose anaglyph 3D, side-by-side 3D, top/bottom 3D, etc. And you can set
the gain value and visual depth.
OK. Now go back to the main interface to click Edit button to open Video Effect window. In this
window, you can resize source aspect ratio and frame resolution of the video. And you can also crop
the image for display on your 3D device.
Step 4: Start conversion
At last, don’t forget to preview the title in real time to check if everything is OK. Then hit Start
button to start conversion. During the process, you can view all detailed progress information and
even preview the progress with real time images.
OK. Done. More info about DVDFab