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Michael Gebben November 15th, 2009 01:26 AM

3D Wedding DEMO

Will post more infor later.....ASK anything you like.

Prech Marton November 16th, 2009 03:34 PM


what camcorders was used? two, or one with adapter?
how do you zoom synronized?
can you adjust the base distance, or how do you handle
the different situation?
why not encode the video to red-cyan format?

I also have some 3d wedding stuff here:
anaglyph doesnt like chroma subsampling, so i will
upload the side by side version to Youtube.
Why dont you use the YT3D feature?

and finally,
how many people ask you, what kind of equipment do you have? ;-)

i like the crane shots!

Michael Gebben November 16th, 2009 09:53 PM

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Check out this picture from the last wedding of the year we did an SDE in 3D.

Prech Marton November 17th, 2009 02:10 AM

cool :)
it was a short video?

Simon Woodgate November 18th, 2009 05:29 AM

Crane shots look great in 3D.
Quite a few shots break the window at the edges, was this a conscious choice by your stereographer?

Ted Banucci January 15th, 2010 07:35 PM

LOL, that is great! Can't believe you did an SDE with this. You should present this at BAPVA or something.

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Vito DeFilippo January 15th, 2010 08:56 PM

Man, that was cool...but kind of weird. I can't decide if I liked it, but it sure makes an impression. I can imagine that being a seller for sure.

It looks strange a bit because of the extremely deep DOF. Is that a choice, or necessary for the 3D effect? Everything looks like the people are flat figures in a 3D space, kind of like separating subject and background in Photoshop and animating the layers separately.

I used red-green glasses cause that's what I had, and it worked. Gave me a headache, though. I wouldn't last through a whole wedding video like that.

Anyway, kudos for being at the bleeding edge!

Ted Banucci January 19th, 2010 03:46 PM

Oops- I didn't mean BAPVA, I meant WEVA (Wedding and Event Videographers Association)

BAPVA is my local video chapter.....

Guillermo Ibanez February 14th, 2010 05:24 AM


I just discovered this thread and I found it very interesting. I think your demo is fantastic, the 3D really works. Im quite interested in your techniques and equipment.
Which camera did you use? interocullar distance in between cameras? did you use a twin camera bar? post production?
Id appreciate your answers as this is something that Im interested doing myself!
cheers mate!


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