I have installed StereoMovie Maker v1.2.1 on Ubuntu Linux 10.10. No special steps or intervention was required. It just worked. But you need to install various codecs and they, in turn, have pre-reqs. I installed Morgan MultiMedia's MJPEG codec so StereoMovie Maker could access the AVI files my camera produces. This installed fine and worked well, except the out put files were at the wrong resolution (1280x360 instead of 1280x720). This could be compensated for by specifying 1280x1440 and the output file would be at the correct resolution of 1280x720). I also installed the MS MPEG4 codecs and they worked perfectly without any work-arounds. I mainly use red / cyan anaglyph at full colour and side-by-side stereo. I didn't test any other formats.
What does not
StereoMovie Maker works perfectly, though video codecs required to actually view and edit videos may have their own problems which then impact this application. For example, the Morgan Multimedia MJPEG codec produced videos at half the specified vertical resolution (1280x360 instead of 1280x720). This could be compensated for my specifying 1280x1440 and the result would be 1280x720).
What was not tested
I mainly use red / cyan anaglyph at full colour and side-by-side stereo. I didn't test any other formats.
Admin note: rating changed to conform to the rating definitions.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Jan 15 2011||1.2.2||Yes||Yes||Gold||Steve Withers|