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Lightspeed Releases the New DepthQ(R) Family of Stereoscopic HD Video Software
Date:6/24/2009

and encoding standard for that display.

DepthQ(R)Player(TM)

DepthQ(R)Player(TM) is a feature-packed software solution for the high-quality playback of stereo 3D movies from a standard PC. Easy to use and designed from the ground up as a professional product, DepthQ(R)Player(TM) combines efficient code architecture and superior throughput for high-bandwidth playback of either locally stored or URL-accessible stereoscopic movies, as well as 3D streaming IP video (MPEG2-TS RTP/UDP).

DepthQ(R)Player(TM) delivers the most comfortable-to-view stereo 3D experience possible, and allows cost-effective viewing of high-resolution stereoscopic media in a wide variety of environments -- from remote 3D viewing stations, operating rooms and conference rooms to 3D cinemas, museum exhibits, portable theaters, motion simulators, corporate events and trade shows.

Features include:

  • Flicker-free 120 Hz stereoscopic 3D video
  • Input Formats - above/below, side-by-side, interlaced and more
  • Output Formats - Page-flip, DLP checkerboard, dual output, interlace and more
  • DepthQ(R) Alignment (real-time X-Y stereoscopic parallax adjustments)
  • Time Dependent Event Editor (IN/OUT points, Parallax changes)
  • Time Code Capability
  • DMX-512 Control of External Devices
  • Cg GPU Image Processing (cornerstone, edge sharpening, contrast, brightness, etc.)
  • Depth Reference Marks

DepthQ(R)Player(TM) software uses Microsoft Direct Show infrastructure working with codecs like Windows Media Player, MJPEG, MPEG-2, and H.264 and is compatible with NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision and NVIDIA Quadro.

DepthQ(R)Player(TM) is available in three configurations: Lite, a free-to-download evaluation version incorporating a subtle watermar
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