Due to the growing need for Multi-View Videos (MVV) in advertisement, TV, and education, effectively allocating the resources of next-generation wireless technologies to provide MVV streams is challenging. To achieve the high utility for MVV users, this paper proposes a cross-layer resource allocation mechanism to leverage video synthesizing schemes (such as Depth-Image-Based Rendering (DIBR)) for efficient MVV streaming with massive MIMO. We formulate a new problem Antenna Allocation with Video Synthesizing (AAVS) and prove its NP-hardness. Then, we design an algorithm, named Marginal Utility-Based Iteration (MUBI). The performance is evaluated by the data-driven simulations, and the results manifest that MUBI outperforms the baselines regarding the total utility of users.