Red Cyan 3D Camera comes packed with a simple interface. The application detects all attached cameras and lists them in the dropdown menus, one each at the top of the Left Camera and Right Camera panels. Once you’re done setting up your cameras, specify the directory wherein you want the result to be saved, select the desired mode of capture, click Start 3D Processor, then click Capture. The application takes quite some time to process each result.
The Add Manually option allows you to import two images (of the same resolution), one each for the left and right camera. Clicking the Add button in the Add Manually dialogue box merges both imported images into a 3D result.
We didn’t have two identical webcams to test this app with so we had to use one in combination with a laptop’s built-in webcam. The results were a tad rough around the edges but acceptable. If you have twin webcams and have a thing for 3D photography, download Red Cyan 3D Camera from the link provided below and feel free to let us know how it turns out.
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