Monthly Archive: October 2013

Youtube “3D” viewer control is back

Youtube “3D” viewer control is back

Youtube used to have a small “3D” in the lower right of the viewer as a control to select 3D options. May be a month ago, the 3D control disappeared and the 3D settings were embedded into the “gear” settings icon. Overnight, the 3D control has returned. Which means the instruction for using 3D, that I just finished writing for...

Human Eyesight & 4K Viewing

Human Eyesight & 4K Viewing

Very interesting read by the folks at RED: Human Eyesight & 4K Viewing. Higher resolution enables closer seating and detail resolving. I had read similar articles in the past regarding the transition from standard definition (SD) TV to high definition (HD) TV. As SD screens grew larger, the best viewing position was further and further away from the TV. HDTV changed...

3D TV sales seen to be growing

3D TV sales seen to be growing

“In 2017, 3DTVs will account for 58% of all TVs sold across the globe, rising from 18% last year,” reckons Sam Leech, research analyst at Futuresource. via 3D Streaming – STEREOSCOPY – Topic: The future of 3DTVs: 157.7 million sales forecast for 2017 1/1. The main problem continues to be a lack of good quality 3D content. Related articles Upside...

3D can be seen using only one eye

3D can be seen using only one eye

What they are finding is that when viewed through a tiny aperture, a single eye provides sufficient information for the brain to discern depth cues: The effect of “vivid 3D vision” can be experienced with just one eye, a study has suggested. Researchers at St Andrews University said a method using a small circular hole could have wide implications for...

Once again: Magix Movie Edit Pro 2013 NOT RECOMMENDED for 3D video editing

Once again: Magix Movie Edit Pro 2013 NOT RECOMMENDED for 3D video editing

With numerous bugs previously reported here, including the loss of synchronization between clips – this evening I tried editing Sony TD10 video and it seemed to be going well. Until the entire right window vanished – the one used for importing clips and selecting titles and effects. Brought that back. But then when I reloaded the project, it tells me...