Step 2: Integrate the 3D video player plug-in found here: www.3DVisionLive.com/apps(additional instructions and documentation are available from this link)
Step 3: Produce your own 3D content (most important ingredient!)
Step 4: Format the video – The player will support both side/side and top/bottom formats
Step 5: Encode your video for the Player Framework – Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 could be used to encode the Smooth Streaming content.
Step 6: Add 3D Vision Logo to your website so that users know that your site is “3D Vision Ready”
Step 7: Send an email to 3DVisonLive@nvidia.com with a link to your site and we will list it on 3DVisionLive.com and send you any updates to the software.
Step 8: Stream from your webpage and share with the world in 3D Vision
Also, there are a couple other items that might be helpful to you as you make it to step 4:
3D video management platform – A backend 3D video management solution is helpful to encode (using GPU accelerated encoders, of course), manage and distribute your 3D content. We’ve teamed up with Fordela (www.Fordela.com) to enable the world’s first cloud-based 3D video management media platform.
DRM – If you want to deliver premium or copyrighted 3D movies or other video content, you may want to use a DRM solution. BuyDRM’s (www.BuyDRM.com) Silverlight experts helped NVIDIA to enable Microsoft’s PlayReady DRM technology inside our 3D Vision video player.
There you have it. These are the key items you’ll need to develop and deploy your own 3D video streaming website.