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Old August 1st, 2009, 01:19 PM   #1
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Tutorial: Stereoscopic 3D with Sony Vegas

The other day it was made known that YouTube now supports 3D (with multiple ways of viewing the content). In light of this new development, I wrote a tutorial about stereoscopic 3D for Sony Vegas users (although with a bit of adjustment, the workflow can work with other editors too). The tutorial guides the first-time 3D shooters from shooting, to editing, to exporting, to Youtube hints on how to enable 3D there. Of course there are a lot more details to work out, but it should give a general idea of what's involved to first timers.

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I am looking forward for some feedback about this tutorial from experienced 3D shooters in this forum. Maybe we could add some details that are important and I missed?
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