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damian smith
stereoscopy quiery
on Oct 25, 2011 at 8:25:41 pm

Hi all,

First time posting here.

Does anyone know if you can output Passive (polarized) and Active Shutter Stereoscopy from After Effects.

I have looked everywhere for an answer but I cannot seem to find one.

I understand that the way that they view a 3D video is very different but I am unsure if the actual video that it views is different too?

I need to find out as a client wants to me to export both Passive and Active Shutter (But if worst comes to worst I can just export one of those) So any insight would be absolutely amazing!

Much thanks!

Damian


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Angie Taylor
Re: stereoscopy quiery
on Oct 26, 2011 at 8:36:34 am

Hi there,

I have a workshop covering this technique here;

https://partner.video2brain.com/angietaylor/courses.htm#/?c=1279&t=1

There are some free movies you can watch to see if you think this is what you're after;

https://partner.video2brain.com/angietaylor/videos-75901.htm

https://partner.video2brain.com/angietaylor/videos-75909.htm

Hope this helps!

cheers,

Angie

Angie Taylor animation & illustration for television, film, web and devices

http://www.angietaylor.co.uk
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damian smith
Re: stereoscopy quiery
on Oct 26, 2011 at 8:49:29 am

Hi there,

Thank you for your response. It does look interesting indeed. However can you tell me whether or not you cover how to Create and Output Passive and Active Shutter Stereoscopy so that is viewable/playable on the passive or active shutter screens?


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Angie Taylor
Re: stereoscopy quiery
on Oct 26, 2011 at 11:41:40 am

Hi there,

I show you how to create the stereoscopic rig which adds all the necessary effects which have settings specifically to output for Active Shutter. I show you where you can adjust those settings within the effects. So you'll learn how to be output-ready. However I don't cover specific Render settings and Output Module settings for formats as these differ radically depending on the system used to view the final output.

cheers,

Angie

Angie Taylor animation & illustration for television, film, web and devices

http://www.angietaylor.co.uk
Twitter: theangietaylor
Linkedin: theangietaylor
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Angie-Taylor/118378194869002



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