This post describes procedures I used to prepare a FujiFilm W3 camera 3D stereo movie for viewing with Google's Cardboard viewer on my Android Sony Xperia Z1S smart phone.
First you need to download Stereo Movie Maker (SMM for Windows) from Muttyan's site: http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stvmkr/index.html
This program will convert and re-size a W3 AVI movie file to a side by side version you will need for viewing with Cardboard.
Next I downloaded 32-bit ffdshow: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow-tryout/ for Stereo Movie Maker to have video codecs for reading and writing your movie file. If you do not, SMM gives an error about a missing MJPEG decoder. To configure I used information supplied by http://3dstereophoto.blogspot.com/2011/05/fujifilm-finepix-real-3d-w3.html Make sure you run the VFW configuration program (View for Windows), not the video decoder configuration program, turning on libavdecoder for MJPEG.
Now open your video file using SMM:
Next you should align with the Adjust menu, Auto Alignment. Also make any other adjustments you might want next, such as under View, auto color adjustment, for example.
Now save the movie in side by side format. I chose to re-size for the Cardboard viewer for my phone's display screen 1920x1080. The SMM re-size parameters are 960x540. If I had a phone with larger display, like Samsung Galaxy S6 with its 2560x1440 display, I would not need to re-size to X 1280 and Y 720 since this is nearly the resolution of W3 movies out of the camera (1196x720). Unfortunately my codec does not have a license for HD 2560x1440 size, so I have to use 960x540 for the re-size.
A video compression window will appear. If you leave uncompressed the file size is large and video is low quality. I chose GoPro since I own a GoPro and have their software installed on my computer. The quality is very good if you choose to configure. I tried other video compression formats, but only had success with GoPro-CineForm codec.
After saving the movie file, I transferred it to my Z1S via USB cable. A dialog box appears recommending conversion, do this. The transfer program converts the file to MP4 format that the Sony phone can show.
On the phone I used the VLC for Android media player app for viewing the movie. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.videolan.vlc.betav7neon&hl=en
The link is to beta version, so this link will probably change. I also tried Cardboard Theater, but found VLC much easier to use.