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Official Stereoscopic 3D Promo Trailer For the Movie Zambezia

November 25th, 2010 · 3 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


The upcoming animated 3D movie Zambezia follows a high-spirited young falcon determined to be independent of his stifling father leaves his remote home for Zambezia, the famed city of birds, and discovers that the greatest thing he can fight for is community. The movie is being produced by the South African-based Triggerfish Animation Studio and is actually one of the first stereo 3D movies coming from Africa, it is expected to hit the movie theaters in 2011. The 3D promo trailer for Zambezia is available in a Side by Side format with Right Image First, 720p half horizontal resolution (squashed), so you will have to select 16:9 aspect ratio when opening it in the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player. The quality is not that great and thus the stereo 3D effect might not seem too good, but we’ll have to do with that until a better quality version becomes available. The video is also available on YouTube 3D. As usual your comments are welcomed should you decide to watch the video…

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 gilbery007 // Dec 1, 2010 at 18:39

    Could not seem to open this one? All my other 3d vids work fine cept this one??? Anyone else having the same trouble? Perhaps an individual codec is required that I don’t have.

  • 2 kingsmeadow // Dec 11, 2010 at 12:20

    the 3D is synched wrongly. I have to turn my glassess upside down to view !

    It’s the only one I have ever had that works wrongly. I have tried several downloads. I suspect they are all clones of the same file and as a result are wrong.

  • 3 Karl // Dec 13, 2010 at 20:13

    The previous comment is kind of correct. The video is side-by-side, but right view left. Some videos are encoded that way. It’s not wrong, just not very intuitive.

    Choose “Side by side, right image first” in the Stereoscopic player, and you don’t have to turn your glasses upside down…

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