I hope that you had a great week and all your productions are running smoothly.
I have posted another vlog: Stereoscopic 3D Finishing with Autodesk Smoke – PART 2
Last week, I showed you how to create stereoscopic clips on the desktop and perform some basic editing. It was very similar to doing regular editing with the exception that you work with two video sources simultaneously. You can check out PART 1 at http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/discreetuk
This week, I’ll cover some different workflows that can arise when working on a stereoscopic 3D production.
Potentially your production workflow may involve doing the editing elsewhere and conforming the individual eyes in Smoke as a regular two layer timeline. You can easily convert these layers into a stereoscopic timeline by following a few simple steps.
You will also see other tasks include editing regular material in the stereoscopic timeline and using the multi-layers in the stereoscopic timeline to do basic titling and compositing. I'll show you how you can make a regular title and adjust its convergence on the timeline. I'll also do a quick green screen composite with stereoscopic 3D layers on the timeline.