Hardware and Software Requirements:
- A VR Headset (an Oculus/Meta Quest 2 VR Headset has been used for proving)
- A capable Windows PC with high-end NVIDIA or AMD GPU and CPU (an MSI GF65 Thin Laptop have been used for proving). This particular laptop has an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 laptop GPU.
- A high-speed home Wireless Network (the AX1800 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System has been used for proving)
- Stream to 3D is a 64-Bit Windows application and therefore requires a recent 64-bit Windows environment in which to run.
- For Real-Time viewing, BigScreen VR Player , and/or Virtual Desktop with a 64-Bit Windows media player that supports the Avisynth+ (.avs) file format. Such media players include; MPC-HC, PotPlayer and VLC (with the AviSynth plugin).
- AviSynth+ (64 bit): A “Frameserver” video processing tool with scripting, a modern fork of Avisynth with multithreading and 64-bit support. It is recommended to install the 64 bit version that includes the vc redistributables.
- K-Lite Codec Pack: A collection of DirectShow filters, VFW/ACM codecs, and tools. Codecs and DirectShow filters are needed for decoding audio and video formats (with GPU hardware acceleration). The mega pack version of the download is recommended as the download includes MPC-HC.
Note that a selection of media players, AviSynth+ and the K-Lite Codec Mega pack are offered for optional download during Stream to 3D installation, for your convenience. They are not part of Stream to 3D and have their own licensing.