3D Anaglyph in After Effects using AE Cameras?
by Ben McNulty on Mar 25, 2010 at 7:46:38 am
I was wondering how I would go about creating 3D Anaglyphs inside of after effects using the AE cameras. So I will have all my layers in 3D space, and have two cameras set up, bring both camera angles into a new comp and use the 3D glasses effect. But how can i set up a camera rig? And dont the cameras have to be on a certain angle and distance apart for the effect to work properly (to make it look real)?
Re: 3D Anaglyph in After Effects using AE Cameras? by Walter Soyka on Mar 25, 2010 at 11:23:39 am
See this thread started by Chris Keller. He wrote some great anaglyph stereoscopic scripts for After Effects.
I've used them a few times. The workflow is still clunky -- AE doesn't really support stereo -- but these scripts are an incredibly well thought-out workaround for this, and they will save you hours and hours of work.
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