General Stereoscopic 3d output / visualisation headache.
by Anders Hattne on Feb 28, 2014 at 9:48:43 am
Hello, I'm a bit at loss with this..
We just got a ASUS VG278 3d monitor, with active glasses. I have previously made a video using the 3d glasses effect using anaglyph.
The other day I used the "NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player" loading left cam and right cam renders seperately to see the video and that worked fine. (nice to see without the anaglyph colour.. disturbance too)
Now I have no idea if I can output a file that can be recognised as 3d video straight away..?
Or if I can preview in the 3d screen from After Effects sraight away?
Would a passive screen work better for that?
Is the usual workflow to work with anaglyph glasses and then use final render(s) to make a framepacked or frame compatible video?