In this tutorial, you'll find everything you need to make a Stereoscopic 3D Video, I'll explain how to make a 3D video with real camera footage or with 3D software (3Ds Max, Blender, Cinema 4D...)
Open 3Ds max or any 3D software.
Make a scenario (of your choice)
Add a nice lighting:
go to "Lights" select Skylight.
Select "Skylight" and go to "Modify"
Select "Cast Shadows" in the skylight parameters (That's all for the lighting).
Add a "Free Camera" or a "Target Camera".
Put the camera in the desired position.
Duplicate the camera (the two cameras make you sence the profundity)
Adjust the cameras.
Name the cameras "Left_Camera" and "Right_Camera" (So, you can't get confused).
Link the "Right_Camera" to the "Left_Camera"
Animate your "Left_Camera" or your scenario, depends on what you want to animate.
Go to "Render Setup"
Select "Active Time Segment" or "Range"
(Active Time segment: Render all frames
Range: render to a particular frame)
make sure to render with the "Left_Camera"
Save the video where you want it.
Name the video "Left_Camera"
Now, render with the "Right_Camera" and change the name of the video to "Right_Camera"
Check your videos ("Left_Camera" and "Right_Camera")
Make a new composition and Import the Videos ("Left_Camera" and "Right_Camera")
Make a new solid (Doesn't matter the color of the solid)
Select the solid and go to Effect > Perspective > 3D Glasses.
In the "Left view" select the "Left_Camera" video
and in the "Right view" select "Right_Camera" .
Now select "Red Blue LR" and don't forget to play with the settings.
Enjoy your 3D video!
You can apply this "Two Cameras" technique, in the real life with two cameras.
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