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Old 09-03-2012, 08:21 PM   #1
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My Stereoscopic C4D work on the Electric Zoo 2012 Main Stage

I just completed work on the Electric Zoo, check it out.

http://www.jimmycoppens.com/index.php/blog/56-ezoo2012
 
Old 09-03-2012, 08:32 PM   #2
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That's stereoscopic?
 
Old 09-04-2012, 03:58 PM   #3
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No, that isn't stereoscopic on vimeo because it was interlaced on the monitors at the show. I contemplated putting an anaglyphic render on there but it messes up the color and is kind of a waste of time.

Are you doing some stereo renders now? The workflow on the c4d interface kind of sucks but it's better than nothing.
 
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jameshcoppens,

ok, thought maybe something was wrong on my end.

I am messing with stereoscopic renders with Houdini HD. I haven't upgraded my C4D
from Studio 8, so I don't have any knowledge of it's workflow, etc. I'm sure others
here could talk to you about it.
 
Old 09-04-2012, 08:35 PM   #5
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Be cool if you output some side-by-side renders for us nerds with passive polarized tv's hooked up as external monitors. Just tested mine out this weekend and am able to force the tv mode into a variety of 3d projections... line interleaved, side-by-side, over-under. Line interleaved works best for maintaining true 1080p at 240hz on my LG ( so I read from a crash course study over the weekend ). Which I would have liked to investigate when I was messing about with my new goPro 3D rig, but the compositing software provided said that export option was unavailable to me ( hardware? software updgrade? ) Was pretty cool being able to adjust the 3d effect real-time in interleaved mode, then export as side-by-side, change my projection type on the tv to play back the side-by-side full-screen.
Going to have to get in and start tinkering with C4D's real-time stereo workflow here eventually.

Going to have to agree I'd find anaglyphic renders a waste of time...these days.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:07 AM   #6
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There´s some cool artsy stuff in your videos.
Stereo 3d needs to be much slower paced like
the robot camera on 1:00.
Most of the videos have very fast movements
which could be much slower / have more frames.
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