Monthly Archive: September 2012

Structure Fire Response in #3D video

I was about 4 blocks away when I saw the smoke column and drove towards it, parking a block away. I was there before the fire department arrived but I did not have my 3D camera set up and had to configure that before I walked up and started shooting 3D video.

Some odd tips for shooting #3D stills or video

I have learned all of these the hard way! The following tips apply to shooting 3D using two cameras. Got back from vacation 2 weeks ago and discovered that the time settings in my 2 cameras were not the same – making pairing up the video clips a little harder than I wished. Set the time and date in both...

TV to Drive Global Demand for 3D-Ready Devices, According to NPD DisplaySearch – DisplaySearch

The 3D display market is set to grow from 50.8 million units and $13.2 billion in revenue in 2011 to 226 million units and $67 billion in revenue in 2019 worldwide, according to the NPD DisplaySearch 3D Display Technology and Market Forecast Report. 3D TVs contribute heavily to this projection and create the largest revenue stream with anticipated growth from 25 million units in 2011 to...

Magix Movie Edit Pro 2013 is out

Current customers can get a deep discount upgrade price (check your email) – in fact, I am installing the new version as I write this. Magix Movie Edit Pro 2013 adds many new features – but also is said to speed up 3D preview rendering and adds performance improvements to all types of video editing. Am looking forward to trying...

Taking 3D Shooting To The Limit — with 3 Cameras!

Or n cameras for that matter: Taking 3D Shooting To The Limit — with 3 Cameras! – Creative COW. I have been thinking about this same idea. At times, we don’t know what the inter axial lens spacing should be for 3D – so why just shoot with n cameras instead of 2? Having 2 cameras gives us stereoscopic views. But...