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Old June 1st, 2009, 01:54 AM   #1
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David, while I realize there is more on your plate than I can even imagine...

We are deep in preparation for a stereo documentary that is single camera with a mirror box. Shooting 4K (2:1) .r3d gives us two side-by-side 2K X 2K images. We then crop the vertical to whatever aspect ratio we desire. Our results thus far are very good.

My question is:

Is it conceivable to split the single image in Neo3D (ala Stereoscopic Viewer) in such a way as to apply metadata changes and be able to utilize all of those mouth-watering Neo3D advantages (Convergence control, Stereo color adjustment and Independent eye color adjustments)?

Seems it can't hurt to ask.

Many many thanks,

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Old June 1st, 2009, 06:08 PM   #2
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David, this is doable, but some engineering work is required. Perhaps we should take this offline. dtaylor at cineform dot com.
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