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As you can see, Janice finally cut my hair, and I can’t wait to make a video about this new coffee alternative!
This is a very interesting situation that I hopefully explain in this video:
There are two choices of resolutions when you convert a 3D video to the 3DS file format with StereoMovie Maker freeware; 400×240 or 480×240.
I can think of a few reasons to use one or the other, and that’s what I talk about in this video.
I also try out my new picture frame that I found on the free 3D model search engine, yobi3D, and converted to stereoscopic 3D with Blender.