The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 1.9
Stereoscopic Player specializes in playing 3D movies from different sources. It supports an extensive array of standard file formats, including video and images. It also supports opening streaming contents by providing the source URL.
In addition, it can also display live video taken from cameras and similar equipment. Finally, it can also play DVD contents, but as it does not have its own decoder for this type of file, you will probably need to install a third-party decoder first. An interesting way to input 3D images is using separate video files for the right and left eyes and for the audio track as well.
The program features a simple interface, sharing design elements and layout with other popular media players. Therefore, it is highly improbable that you find any difficulty using this program’s basic playback functions. Unfortunately, in my opinion, the interface is not very eye appealing.
The application includes a video library, in which the files you have played are referenced. In addition, the library has links to online files. The data there can be viewed as files, DVDs, URLs and devices.
The application supports two modes: monoscopic and stereoscopic. Moreover, the latter mode supports various layouts: interlaced, side by side, over under, frame sequential, Sensio HD 3D, 2D and depth, and SIS attachment. In addition, the application supports various viewing methods that take full advantage of modern GP technologies.
In general, Stereoscopic Player is a fine application. One thing you should bear in mind is that it is not meant to turn 2D movies into simulated 3D versions. It has been designed for a full 3D experience. If finding real 3D clips turns difficult for you, the developer provides a web site where this type of movies can be downloaded from.