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Live Music Performance in Stereo 3D by Hadise – Dum Tek Tek

June 20th, 2010 · 3 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


Thanks to biohemmet.se we now have a music video shot and broadcasted in stereo 3D format. The video shows a live performance of the song Dum Tek Tek by the Turkish singer Hadise. This was the song she participated with in the EuroVision 2009 competition and that finished on 4th place in the final. The video is in 1080i, Side by Side format, so don’t forget to choose 16:9 as aspect ratio and to mark the deinterlace option when opening it with the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player. The 3D effect is quite nice and almost no ghosting is present, however there is one very surprising issue and that is the fact that the HD1 channel logo is only present in the right frame, but not in the left and that of course creates uncomfortable feeling when watching. Anyway, the video is quite nice in general and the song isn’t bad either, so if you download and watch it don’t forget to leave your comments below…

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Josh // Jun 21, 2010 at 01:02

    bloody- thanks for the posting, the video looked good in 3d. how do you know if you should click right image first or left image first option in the nvidia 3d video player? or does is the first highlighted option automatically selected based on the video format? thanks

  • 2 Fabio // Jun 25, 2010 at 05:34

    Great video, catchy song… but that HD logo is weird, no left eye… it’s a little unconfortable, but 3D effect is nice…

  • 3 DJ equipment // Sep 27, 2011 at 15:11

    Really, This is the great video. You are doing great work with your post. The 3D effect is quite nice and almost no ghosting is present, however there is one very surprising issue and that is the fact that the HD1 channel logo is only present in the right frame, but not in the left and that of course creates uncomfortable feeling when watching.

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