Convert Oscars 2016 3D Blu-ray to Merge VR Goggles for iPhone 6S/6S Plus

John Salley

Feb 24, 2016 09:21 am / Posted by John Salley

MergeVR Goggles are compatible with millions of Android and iOS smartphones, including larger sizes like the iPhone 6s+.In addition to MergeVR’s own exclusive experiences, the MergeVR Goggles are compatible with VR apps and 360-degree video already on Google Play and Apple’s App Store, making them the most comfortable option for enjoying the rapidly expanding amount of content already available. Are you want to get the world’s most comfortable VR Goggles and proprietary VR Motion Controller? Of cause you can play various movies with Merge VR Goggles via iPhone 6s/6s Plus, but a little difficult for 3D Blu-ray movies. Still have problems? Hold on reading… 


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In fact, it is so easy only using Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. With this top Blu-ray ripper, you can convert 2016 Oscars 3D Blu-ray to 3D MP4 for playing with Merge VR Goggles via iPhone 6s/6s Plus. Besides, it can convert 2D/3D resources to 3D movies in 3D MKV, 3D MP4, 3D MOV, 3D WMV and 3D AVI format to watch on 3D devices with Side by Side, Red/Blue and Top/Bottom 3D effects. Here is review

This will be especially useful if you own many 3D-capable devices (Samsung Gear VRGoogle CardboardOculus Rift DK2Air VR, HTC Vive, Zeiss VR One, etc.) – all of your favorite movies can become any type of 3D you want. The 3D Video Converter Ultimate has for output devices are also impressive. All the ones you would expect are there – iPad, iPhone, Android, Microsoft, Sony, HTC, LG, Samsung, Asus products and others – and you can also have this video converter make you a video that will play on Fuze, Sony Walkman, BlackBerry, Zen X-Fi and many more devices. 

If you have any problems about playing 2D/3D videos and movies about them, you can also seek help from Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. Read 3D glasses page to know more. 

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Step 1. Import 3D Blu-ray movie 

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Launch the best 3D Blu-ray to Merge VR Goggles Converter. Click the “Load file(s)” button to add 3D Blu-ray movie from BD drive to it. After the BD files are loaded, you can preview them on the right viewing window and take snapshots of your favorite movie scene if you want. 

Step 2. Select output format for Merge VR Goggles 

Click “Format” bar and find “3D Video”, there are a lot of format options for you. “MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video (*.mp4)” is recommended for Merge VR Goggles. 


Note: 3D movies should be encoded “full side-by-side” with a 1:1 pixel aspect ratio. Content mastered at 1920×1080 compressed side­-by-­side 3D should be resampled to 1920×540 resolution full side­-by­-side resolution. 

Tips: Click “Settings” button to do corresponding settings regarding to video, audio. Note that VR One compatible audio has to be encoded in AAC or MP3. AC3 audio and DTS Dolby don’t seem to work. Plus, in this Profile Settings window, you can also select 3D Anaglyph and 3D Depth. 

Step 3. Start converting 

After you have done all the settings, return to the main interface to hit “Start conversion” button to start Oscars 3D Blu-ray to Merge VR Goggles converting process. When the conversion is finished, click Open button to get the output 3D videos. Then transfer the converted videos to your iPhone 6s/6s Plus. 

Now you can easily play your 3D movies with Merge VR Goggles via iPhone 6s/6s Plus. Remember turn to Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate if you have any troubles in playing 3D glasses. Plus, if you are a Mac user, just getiMedia Converter for Mac (including El Capitan). 

Have you found a better source for 3D movies? I for one would love to hear about it, so let us know in the comment. 

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