If you go to the 3D Software page and download/extract ugosoft3d-10-x64.rar, you will find a manual for MVS10 called "mvs10_manual.pdf". The manual explains the workflow/pipeline of MVS10 and the parameters in "mvs10_input.txt", the input file needed by MVS10. In order to use MVS10, you need to run Structure from Motion 10 (SfM10) first.
The output of MVS10 is:
- A set of frames named duh_XX.jpg where XX varies from 01 to 11 that can be used to create an animated gif of the reconstructed 3D scene.
- A point cloud in ply format names duh.ply that describes the 3D scene which can be loaded and possibly meshed (I recommend using the Poisson method) in MeshLab.
Here are a few examples:
Here's a tutorial video for MVS10:
The windows executable (guaranteed to be virus free) is available for free via the 3D Software Page.
Source code: MVS10 on github.