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A Debut Music Video in Stereo 3D Format – Right Side by NVS

May 21st, 2010 · 6 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos

NVS has made her music video debut with Panasonic at the 2010 NAB show in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Panasonic has used their 3D technology – the Panasonic AG-3DA1 3D Camcorder to capture NVS in her very first music video featuring her soon to be released single “Right Side”. The video is available in stereo format over at YouTube 3D and you can also download the 720p version from the links below. If you download the video you need to open it with the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player in a Side by Side format with 16:9 aspect ratio. The quality is not the best, but still Ok and you can see how well does the Panasonic AG-3DA1 camcorder does it job in capturing video in 3D. You can also watch the 2D version of the music video of Right Side over at YouTube as it is a bit different from the stereo 3D clip. Don’t forget to leave your comments if you watch the video in 3D and you can also visit official NVS website

Download the music video in Stereo 3Dmirror 1

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Philip Heggie // May 21, 2010 at 20:10

    Also One of the Nine 3D test loops from the worlds first Terrestial 3dtv trial in Australia May 19th was provided by Panasonic – shot in Canada. And the reason the long shots look so flat – it was shot with the Panasonic 3D camera which has a narrow fixed lens separation.
    Test Clip on youtube 3d yt3d

  • 2 StarKnight // May 22, 2010 at 19:37

    The singer is a pretty girl but the song and the video are nothing special. The 3D effect is a bit flat… even videos shot with a Finepix Real 3D W1 seem to have a better depth ! :-o
    Probably lens separation is really too narrow in that professional camera which is bad.

  • 3 Bloody // May 22, 2010 at 20:43

    The Panasonic camcorder has smaller interaxial distance (the distance between the two lenses), if you need to have better control over the interaxial distance you need to use a bigger custom rig with two camcorders that you can bring closer or move further away from each other, depending on the scene you are shooting. The Panasonic is a movie camcorder that seems to be ideal for studio sets such as the one for the video above, where you actually don’t have too much depth in the scene setup.

    The Fuji 3D camera has a higher interaxial distance between the two lenses (77 mm) than that of the eyes of a grownup adult (around 60 mm), so it is not so good for closeup photos or for very distant objects (there are workarounds for these too). You also have some control with the paralax shifting, but that can be used for smaller corrections.

  • 4 StarKnight // May 23, 2010 at 08:55

    I think that depth effects are more a personal preference than a common rule. I prefer pictures and videos with a great amount of depth and a kind of pop-up effect with close subjects just like the ones shot with Fuji’s camera than those “flat” videos taken with Panasonic’s camera.

    Anyway in my opinion is always better to have more separation than less because in the first case you can still correct it (to a certain extent) in post-processing.

  • 5 Costa // May 25, 2010 at 12:57

    I think it looks quite good, depth is ok as well. Anyway, there has been no actual use of depth except for these plastic things in the background. I don’t see an artistic reason for the video to be shot in 3D. The lightning of the scenes could have been better as well. Therefore the singer looked a bit flat although it was shot in 3D.
    Also there still seems to be a synchronization und vertical parallax problem. Look at the shot at 3:00, the fast motion looks a bit strange. Which I didn’t expect because this is a real 3D camera. Perhaps it was just an editing mistake.

  • 6 Costa // May 25, 2010 at 13:04

    Oh and the damn shadow of the text ruined the 3D effect a few times.
    But aside from all the critical aspects I thinks it’s great to see the beginning of the era stereoscopic low-budget productions and not only big budget productions.

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