If I put the movie spy kids 3D game Over on the Evo 3D, would it display the movie in 3D without glasses?
It's a movie. It used the 3R that required the green and red flimsy glasses. I wanted to know if it would show up in 3D without using the glasses on the display.
No, that won't work on the EVO 3D. All 3D movies will have to come from blockbuster or videos will have to come from youtube.
You should be able to add your own 3D video files to the device. If not, I'd be a lot less excited about it.
I fail to see the leap of wanting to know if movies can be loaded to hijacking and piracy.
The thing includes stereo cameras and they've said outright that top/bottom and left/right (aka side-by-side) formats are supported - ergo - any legal 3D files ought to load by normal means and be playable.
And the OP specifically said he already had an anaglyph movie ready to load.
No need to presume guilt until proven innocent.
I agree. However, I doubt you can take a 3D movie, rip it from the disc and play it on the EVO. From my understanding you must use movies from Blockbuster.
It is possible to rip 3D blurays to an mp4, mkv, and various other video file formats. You can also choose whether you want side-by-side, top/bottom and if it should be full- or half-width. Either way, it still falls under the same legality as backing up your movies, but that is beside the point.
My question mainly concerns putting any generic stereoscopic video file. Since Youtube basically works off side-by-side, I assume a side-by-side 3D file should work, but I don't know if it requires a specific format. You seemed to believe pretty strongly that you were unable to add 3D movies to the device, so I'm curious why you think that or if you read that somewhere.
As far as the OP, I agree with the others that you would still need red/blue glasses. If you instead were to rip a movie (that you own) that is in stereoscopic 3D, then I am pretty sure that you could place it on your device and watch it. I could be wrong, but I see no reason why you couldn't as long as it was encoded in the correct format.
I'm not saying you can't add 3D content to your phone. Question is whether the movie will play or not if the content isn't from Blockbuster.
OK - you've not answered the question that asked where you read this so we can help debunk it to your satisfaction.
Failing that, it's like this:
It's simply not true that content must come from Blockbuster to be seen in 3D.
There is no Blockbuster magic here.
Hope this clarifies.
So you have ripped a 3D disc and put it on your EVO 3D or did you purchase a 3D video from a different source and use it on your EVO 3D? If you haven't done either how do you know how the phone will function? You are going to be in for a surprise Mr. Know it All.