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Onsight 3D Free Plugin for Editing 3D Video with Final Cut Pro

March 30th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Shooting in 3D


The Onsight 3D is an easy to use, free of charge, non-watermarked Final Cut Pro 3D plugin that allows Mac OS X users to edit quickly and easily stereoscopic 3D video. The plugin offers easy access to the most common 3D correction control that you might need when importing stereo 3D content – horizontal and vertical alignment, keystone correction, scale and rotation adjustment, sync adjustment and flipping. With the Onsight OS 3D you can import two separate streams for left and right or a Side by Side format videos and export in Side by Side, Anaglyph or separate left and right streams. The OS 3D plugin only works with 1920×1080 HD files and is compatible with FCP 7, earlier versions of FCP may also be supported, but it is not compatible with the latest Final Cut Pro X. This plugin can be an useful addition considering it is a free one, so you can try it out if you work on Mac and use Final Cut Pro for editing. Of course there are other commercial alternatives also available that offer a lot more functionality such as the Stereo3D Toolbox from Dashwood Cinema Solutions for example, so you might want to also check it out.

For more information and to download the free Onsight OS 3D plugin for Final Cut Pro…
More about Dashwood’s Stereo3D Toolbox plugin for post-production on Mac OS X…

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 AndrĂ© Austvoll // Apr 2, 2012 at 11:17

    Yey! Now all I need is a mac converter to separate Sony M2TS format into left right files. At the moment all the converters I find are PC only.

  • 2 Ryan // May 4, 2012 at 05:53

    The JVC HMZ1 ships with an MVC to LR converter for Mac. However, since Sony, JVC and Panasonic have their own “flavour” of MVC, the JVC converter only works with HMZ1 files.

  • 3 Anmol Mishra // Feb 11, 2014 at 11:57

    Any chance I could obtain the plugin ? It has been pulled from your site.

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