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Sony Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics

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Stereoscopic 3D (S3D) is a new feature in Sony Vegas Pro 10. Creative COW leader Michael Hurwicz takes you through the basics of creating S3D in Vegas, including setting the 3D mode, importing clips for the left and right views, pairing the clips, adjusting and correcting the 3D footage, and rendering. Includes the .VEG file and left and right eye clips used in the tutorial, as well as two 3D renders: anaglyphic and side-by-side.



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Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by kyle arce
Hello wud u b able to show me how to make a pic like this one? Link.. it has like a glow and shadow to it.. http://pastorhobbins.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/child-bad-kid-misbehave.jp...
@kyle arce
by Michael Hurwicz
You're interested in doing this in Vegas? If so, I suggest you start a new thread in the Vegas forum. I don't think your question relates to this tutorial.
Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Michael Hurwicz
Kevin:

I don't know what could be happening. I just downloaded the project files, started from scratch with a new Vegas file, paired the .MOV files, applied the "Stereoscopic 3D Adjust" and found that everything works as advertised, including both the horizontal offset and the Auto Correct.

All I can suggest is to try the Vegas forum, where you may find someone who has encountered a similar problem.

Sorry I can't be more help.

Mike
Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Kevin Brooks
I am following this tutorial, trying to recreate each of the steps performed. However, when I try to use "Stereoscopic 3D Adjust", I drag the Horizontal offset to the left and right, but the anaglyph preview does not change. The red "ghosting" in the checkerboard background is still on the right, and the cyan on the left.

What's more, if I click "AutoCorrect", the process gets to 27% complete, and then returns an error message: "Unable to find enough similarities in images to correct automatically"

What could I be doing wrong here? The project has been set up as a stereo project, the two movies (caml_cone.mov and camr_cone.mov) have been added to separate tracks and "paired" as shown in the tut. This is the first thing I've tried, and I can't get past stage 1! I'm at a loss. HELP!

Kevin
Re: Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Michael Hurwicz
Since it's in the project files, I have removed the greendept.com link given above.
Re: Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Michael Hurwicz
Thank you, Abraham! Sorry to cause you the extra trouble. Mike
Re: Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by john lenihan
I have vegas pro 10 and am considering experimenting with 3D.

I am looking at purchasing the consumer Sony 3 d camera just coming out now, HDR-TD10.

The specs say the camera records in mvc, which is apparently an ammendment to the avc spec.

Will Vegas be able to import the mvc format 3 d video?

John Lenihan
LeniCam Video Productions

John Lenihan

LeniCam Video Productions
http://www.lenicam.com
Re: Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Michael Hurwicz
This thread suggests that the ability is not there now but will be:

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/831871?tstart=0

Also that this camera is only "for fun."
Device
by Hector Moreno
Somebody can help me?
When I try to capture video from my Sony Z7U camera or my VCR Sony
Vegas 10 Pro not identify the device, I made many things but is imposible.
Somebody can help me?
Re: Vegas Pro 10 - 3D Basics
by Michael Hurwicz
Hi -
In the files that go with this 3D project, I accidentally put two side-by-side renders and no anaglyphic render. To download an anaglyphic render, go to:
http://www.greendept.com/ccow/anaglyphic/

Mike Hurwicz
@Michael Hurwicz
by Abraham Chaffin
This file is now also included in the project files in the renders folder.

Abraham


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