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I have stereo images (jpeg/tiff) that I would like to display on my Samsung 3D TV. Can you tell me how to convert it?

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While your question involves the use of images that might be photographs, this question really doesn't fit on our site. In all honesty, I am not really sure where it would fit here on stack exchange...not sure any of our sites here actually deal with converting a stack of images into a 3D video. –  jrista Jul 27 '12 at 18:28
    
@jrista: is this about video, though? –  mattdm Jul 28 '12 at 13:28
    
@mattdm: The only way to display 3D images on a 3D TV would be to create a video out of them. You would have to cycle each field at the rate of the TV, which is usually 60hz, first left eye then right eye, to display it correctly. You could repeat the same two left/right eye frames over and over, but the only way to display them on a TV is to create a video out of them. You could then either loop the video, or cycle videos, or create one video that rendered all the individual sterio images in sequence. –  jrista Jul 28 '12 at 17:08
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There's the Fuji HDP-L1 card reader with HDMI output that doesn't require converting 3D images into video. –  Imre Oct 18 '12 at 14:54
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closed as off topic by jrista Jul 27 '12 at 18:27

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