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At the Google I/O developers’ conference, Google debuted the second version of their cardboard VR headset aptly called Google Cardboard. Version 2.0 of Google Cardboard now has some added features, including support for Android phones with bigger screens. Now, the problem is how to make your Blu-ray 3D movies stored in your Blu-ray Disc playable for playing on Google Cardboard via Android phones with the high quality?
Here I would recommend Pavtube BDMagic (Review) to you to solve the problem mentioned above. With it, you can enjoy wonderful 3D Blu-ray movie experience with Google Cardboard via Android device. On the one hand, it can convert all your ISO movies to SBS MP4 videos for true theater entertainment at home with ultra fast speed.. And on the other hand, it also enables you to rip your 2D/3D Blu-ray disc and folders and DVD to MP4 in 3D side-by-side, Top-Bottom and Anaglyph effect with ease. You are allowed to set the 3D depth to adjust the 3D effect as well. If you are a Mac user, Mac version also available for you -- Pavtube BDMagic for Mac. Let’s download the magic software and get start on playing 3D Blu-ray movies on Google Cardboard via Android device.
Watch 3D Blu-ray films on Google Cardboard via Android devices
Step 1: Load 3D Blu-ray movie
Launch your 3D Blu-ray to Google Cardboard Converter and click “file. Insert your 3D Blu-ray disc into Blu-ray Drive and connect it with your PC via USB cable. There are some choices. Select “load from disc” or “ load from folder” depending on your 3D Blu-ray movie’s storage location.
Step 2. Select output profile format.
Click "Format" bar, from its drop-down selections, choose "3D Video" > "MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video(*.mp4) or other 3D formats according to your own preference.
Step 3. Start 3D Blu-ray to 3D MP4 SBS conversion process.
Hit the "Convert" button under "Preview" window to carry out the conversion process. Once the conversion is finished, you can click "Open" button to get the output files. Now you can stream converted video to Android devices and play with Google Cardboard.