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Old February 6th, 2011, 02:18 AM   #1
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Parallax Filter Question

First of all I would like to thank Jake and David for their great support, much appreciated.

I have a query in regards to the Cineform parallax filter in Premiere Pro.
I am trying to composite a title at a relative depth to other objects in a 3D scene.
If I adjust the parallax whilst previewing out to a 3Dtv (side-by-side) and render out the 3D Intermediate the result is the title is incorrectly rendered as per preview. However, I have found that if I adjust the parallax on the title whilst previewing it in Premiere Pro in anaglyph mode (I change the titles opacity to "screen" to do this and adjust it back to "normal" once satisfied) I can successfully position the title so when I render a 3D Intermediate the title renders as previewed.
I'd prefer to refer to the 3dtv for the parallax adjustment as I find it's a better picture than anaglyph.
Any ideas?
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