I'm gonna start saving for a full version of Premiere (or some other video editor that can do stereo 3D), a 3D camera, and disc burner. So as you can see, I have a long path ahead.
Now, my 3D background is mostly Truespace and Solidworks. I've tinkered with Blender in the past, and had every intention of giving it a stronger look post 2.5
But I now have a purpose: stereo 3D. Not just the red/blue stuff, but I'm going for 3D blu ray suff (already have the TV and 3D Blu Ray).
Now, I know Truespace and have created stereo content on it- but it's dead and isn't near as feature developed as Blender. So it seems to me that I may end up learning a new proggie. So here's the question: is Blender friendly for creating stereo 3D images?
In Truespace, I can have 2 cameras side-by-side, but will Blender allow me to do that? I tried it a few years ago in Blender, and it would only let me render, move the camera, and render again. These days, is it better than that to achieve?