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Quickly create JPEG, BMP or GIF analgyph photographs by overlapping two images, using this simple application with intuitive options
Photoglyph is a small-sized application you can use to create anaglyph images out of two photographs, in order to obtain a 3D effect that can be observed by wearing red and cyan eyeglasses.
It doesn't include complicated options, so it can be handled with ease by all types of users, even those with no experience in image processing tools.
No setup necessary, besides .NET Framework
As long as you have .NET Framework, you don't need to install anything else. You can drop the downloaded files in a custom location on the disk or copy them to a USB flash drive, in order to seamlessly run the app on any PC. It doesn't add new entries to the Windows registry or create files on the disk without asking for your permission.
Simple interface and options
As far as the GUI goes, Photoglyph adopts a standard .NET Framework form that doesn't put emphasis on graphical elements. However, it has a neatly structured layout that lets you quickly dive into the procedure.
All you have to do is specify the left and right image, preview the anaglyph photo, check it out in full image mode, as well as save it to a new file by indicating the filename, saving directory and format between JPEG, BMP and GIF.
Evaluation and conclusion
We haven't come across any stability issues in our tests, since it didn't freeze, crash or prompt error dialogs. It left a small footprint on system resources in our tests, running on low CPU and RAM.
On the other hand, Photoglyph contains a light set of options and doesn't make room for customization for advanced users. We must also take into account that it hasn't received updates for a long time. Its rudimentary interface makes it look like an unfinished project.