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More from the Notting Hill Carnival 2010 in Stereoscopic 3D Format

October 20th, 2010 · 2 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos

Here is the second part of the stereo 3D video taken at 2010 Notting Hill Carnival Mas Parade that was happening on the streets of London on the 30th of August shot by iWATCH3D. If you’ve missed first part of the video, then you can download it from here. This new video is longer and was edited with the use of the new Sony Vegas Pro 10 software that officially supports working with stereoscopic 3D video material. The file is in Side by Side format, 720p full resolution and encoded with a very good quality, so you should take a look if you are interested. The video is also available on YouTube 3D, so you can also watch it there, but for best quality you better download the original. And as usual if you download and watch the video, don’t forget to leave your comments about it…

Download the stereo 3D Carnival Videomirror 1mirror 2

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  • 1 Mathew Orman // Oct 21, 2010 at 16:25

    Please note that the correct name for the 3D video is ‘frame compatible’ and not frame ‘packed’.
    Frame packed is low level HDMI 1.4 stereoscopic data transmission and referrers to full frame not horizontally or vertically compressed as opposed to frame compatible mpeg storage layout.

    Mathew Orman

  • 2 Andrew // Oct 21, 2010 at 20:45

    I can’t play it. What’s the correct settings for player? I hava CoreAVC directshow decoder on my computer.

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