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Grant Kay
NEW 4KAY STORY POST: Stereoscopic 3D Finishing with Autodesk Smoke - PART 3
on May 27, 2011 at 8:41:41 am

Hi Everyone,

I hope that you have all had a great week in post!

I have posted a new vlog to the 4Kay Story: Stereoscopic 3D Finishing with Autodesk Smoke - PART 3

This video is all about compositing in Stereoscopic 3D with Autodesk Smoke's main 3D compositor, Action.

You will see the fundamentals of Stereoscopic 3D compositing in Smoke.  Hopefully this will stimulate your creative juices for what you can pull off with Stereoscopic 3D and Smoke.

The great thing is if you already know how to use Action, you don’t have to re-learn every single compositing tool in order to do Stereoscopic 3D compositing.  You simply use Stereoscopic tools such as stereo objects and a stereoscopic camera rig and work in a familiar environment.  Action’s real 3D environment provides the 3D space you need to create 3D depth when viewed through the stereoscopic camera rig.  You have a lot of control and creative potential when working on stereoscopic 3D projects in Action, with the ability to mix regular footage, lighting, lens flares & rays, cameras etc.
 
Check it out at http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/discreetuk or my YouTube channel - CREATIVEFINISHING

Don't forget your anaglyph glasses!!!

Remember you can also see part 1 and part 2 if you missed them earlier!

Next week will be the final video in the Stereoscopic 3D training series.   
 
We will take a look at converting an existing normal 3D composite into a stereoscopic 3D composite in a few easy steps.  We will also cover that all important step of creating the deliverables and handing it off to your client.  
 
Don’t miss part 4 coming to the blog soon!
 
I am interested in how many of you are currently involved or interested in Stereoscopic 3D production.  Please write a few brief words in the comments.  How do you find Stereoscopic 3D production and what challenges have you faced?
 
That's it from me and I hope you all have a great weekend!

Regards
Grant

The 4Kay Story - http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/discreetuk
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