After having some trouble with the libav parts used in ffmpeg, I found workarounds and now proudly present version 0.96. I recently only worked on OSX Lion, so for now only the OSX binaries are available.

This version is the first to run without AviSynth, the very powerful, but Windows-only video post processing toolbox.

It outputs clips that can either play YT3D downloads for home use using AirVideo, or to upload your own work to Youtube (yes they play on iPad and iPhone, here are some examples from a beta tester) or even vimeo. You can also use it to prepare 3-D podcasts (testing) or clips to embed in iOS Apps to sell on the Apple AppStore.

Email me, if you need the new features also under Windows that is currently on version 0.94.

Make sure to install both trueColor3D and qt-faststart as well as a decent version of ffmpeg in your path. I recently explained how to install/build ffmpeg on OSX.

If you find this tool useful, please recommend it and consider opening a flattr account. My project related tweets are from @openKMQ3D and use the hash tag #trueColor3D.