Archos, the technology company that seems to diversify each time we hear from it, has entered the virtual market with its Archos VR Glasses. The headset is similar to the GearVR in that it requires a smartphone with a screen size of up to 6 inches to provide the display, but it isn’t just reliant on Android devices. It can be coupled with an Android, Windows Phone, or iPhone, any of which can slot into the front of the headset. Instead of going to theater to experience an immersive 3D environment, you can also get all your Blu-ray/DVD videos to Archos VR headset for watching on most smartphones.
Here’s how to create 3D movies for Archos VR headset by Blu-ray/DVD to SBS MP4/MKV conversion.
Before that, download, install and launch Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. (Good News! Since Easter is approaching, Pavtube Studio provides 50% OFF discount on ByteCopy for Mac! It saves your totally half price!)
With it you can easily convert Blu-ray/DVD movies to MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, etc with 3D (ide by Side, Anaglyph, Top/Bottom modes) effect; of course, you can also rip BD/DVD to normal 2D for more widely use. Plus, the original Blu-ray in 1080p can be output just in the same definition, or compressed to 720p video; the choice is yours. Now download app and follow below guide to learn how to Play Blu-ray, DVD on Archos VR headset.
How to Play Blu-ray, DVD movies on Archos VR headset
Step 1: Import Blu-ray, DVD movies
Launch the the Mac Blu-ray/DVD to Archos VR Converter and click “disc” button to import Blu-ray/DVD into the program. ISO and IFO files are also supported.
Step 2: Select output format
For adding Blu-ray, DVD to Archos VR headset, “MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video(*.mp4)” from “3D Video” column can be a suitable choice. (Read Differences Between Anaglyph 3D and Side-by-Side 3D)
Step 3: Start conversion
Hit the Convert button; this video converter will start to convert Blu-ray, DVD to SBS MP4/MKV . After the conversion is over, connect the USB drive with computer and head to the destination folder where the converted files are stored and get them to Archos VR headset for enjoyment using its Archos Video Player app without any hassles. Now, just enjoy.