Ready your 3D glasses

Free 3D Video Maker is an application developed by DVDVideoSoft that will let you create your own 3D videos in very simple steps. All you have to do is to provide the videos and the program will process the rest for you. 

The installation process is pretty quick and simple. Upon running the program, you will be greeted by its neat interface that contains the few tools you will need for your project. You simply have to upload your videos by clicking on the “Open Left Video” and “Open Right Video” buttons. It is up to you if you want to use two separate videos or just a single one. If you choose to upload only one video, you can tick on the “Use single video” option. 3 screens will open on your window once the videos have been uploaded. The middle screen will show you what it would be like when the left and right videos are combined together to form a 3D video. The last step before saving your work is to select its color algorithm and then you are done! You might wonder why the final output looks a little blurry. It is because you will need to have your 3D glasses to view it! Just like that, you now have your own 3D video.

Make your own 3D videos with Free 3D Video Maker!

Free 3D Video Maker: Now you can make 3D video all by yourself! The program is extremely simple in its usage. Create a 3D video using just one source video file as well as two files! You can take two videos captured with a small horizontal shift and just get them processed by the program. And same easily you can do with only one video file. Free 3D Video Maker contains no spyware or adware. I's clearly free and safe to install and run.


  • Easy to use
  • Easy to understand
  • Quick process
  • Neat and simple interface


  • Outdated interface
  • Unremarkable
  • Manual editing
  • Rendering takes time

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User reviews about Free 3D Video Maker

  • Anonymous

    by Anonymous

    Excellent program for free, feel it could be better with more 3d options..
    It works, but there is no side by side or top to bottom, only the blue /red and gray settings.
    I prefer passive glasses and 3d television instead of the goofy red  More


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