The latest release of 'StereoMovie Maker' supports fullScreen viewing on dual monitors or projectors.
You may choose the left or right device as SMM's 'primary'.
The Help file is now available online (http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stvmkr/help/index.htm)for the benefit of those with a dialup Internet connection.
Many digital still-cameras have a movie-mode, usually 320x240 or 640x480 resolution, and some save The Movies in QuickTime MOV format.
SMM can now play those movies with the aid of a helper programme (QTReader.vfp) that can be downloaded from http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/4942/svcd.html.
When opening left/right movies, you can choose to mirror either one (useful for beamsplitter rigs).
Perspective rotation around a vertical and/or horizontal axis is provided to allow correction of such errors as keystone distortion (especially when toeing-in is unavoidable with macro shots).
After using Easy Adjustment, the movie-frames may be resampled for better quality and an automatic-crop option enabled. Anaglyph movies may be opened in a 'keep color' mode to allow adjustments to be made before subsequent resaving. Video files may be dragged-and-dropped onto a SMM shortcut or the SMM window and are opened in side-by-side mode by default.
Instead of the default, a Preferences option allows a dialog-box to be displayed showing alternative display-modes that you can choose.
And Bug-fix of saving left/right videostreams for Adobe Premiere2.