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Ramil PasibeRe: How to test stereoscopic 3D
by on Feb 29, 2012 at 4:31:37 pm

1. Unfortunately, Premiere Pro CS 5.5 still relies on a third party software called Cineform for its Stereo Workflow - You need to purchase it to be able to work with a stereo project. NAB 2012 is approaching, and with Adobe's purchase of Iridas, we should (hopefully) get a better workflow. I am a Cineform Neo 3D user and the software is really good, but I mainly use it inside Final Cut Pro.

- If you are using After Effects on MAC - you might look at Dashwood 3D plugins. ( google it up) This software is really good in terms of working with Stereo.

2. Yes, In terms of Cineform Neo 3D plugin on Windows - I have tested the Nvidia 3D glasses on an approved Active 3D setup - although honestly speaking, doing a stereo project with Active Glasses as your reference monitor causes eye fatigue - I would recommend a passive monitor.

3. In terms of using the other glasses - well it really depends upon your final output - and the projector that you are going to use. I suggest you coordinate with the tech people - they may either request an independent LEFT and RIGHT eye file encoded in a particular codec.

4. The best way to test 3D quality is to always use as a reference monitor - the biggest 3D (preferably Passive) monitor you can afford.

regards,

Ramil Pasibe
Editor/VFX Compositor


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