StereoTracer generates a number of images which all have a slightly different viewing angle. This process models shooting of a scene from different points across the horizontal line.
Resultant series of images is used for creating 3D (stereo) image by method of anaglyph encoding or making multi-view lenticular 3D picture in 3DMasterKit or another lenticular interlacing application. Also a series of frames can be exported into a movie clip (AVI or animated GIF) and used for presentation purposes.
Features and Benefits
Depth-Map Processing StereoTracer uses depth maps to create 3D images out of a single 2D image. The gray color gradation shows each pixel’s distance from the viewer. StereoTracer can work with user-drawn depth maps for 2D photos or automatically calculate the depth map for source stereo pairs.
Multiple Input Formats StereoTracer supports stereo-photo stored in separate files or in one file (side-by-side).
Stereo camera compatibility StereoTracer supports the MPO file format used by the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D camera. The program automatically converts stereo MPO files into multiview stereo sequences for lenticular 3D photo printing.
Easy to Learn The Program Wizard helps users run the program features step-by-step for professional results.
Auto Adjustment The auto alignment feature enables the user to obtain a better 3D visualization effect.
Flexible Settings StereoTracer controls parallax and convergence points in the resulting 3D multiview frames.
Output StereoTracer output is easily compatible with 3DMasterKit for full-grown lenticular 3D pictures.