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 Post subject: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 14:26 

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i just buyed sony 10 pro to convert sbs to anaglyph ,installed Make3d pugin ,i have the .mp4 source ready to convert but i don't find any option that does that,Make d seems to work only with cameras,not with file sources,any help please?
I just got 15 days trial Make3d with full options enabled for test,please help before i buy it for nothing as i did with vegas.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 15:29 
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Why would you need and additional plugin for vegas 10 if you have the source in 3D format?

Just create a new project with anaglyph 3D output, drag the 3D source int he project media, right click and choose Properties and then you just need to select the right input format for the SBS file, activate the stereoscopic 3D mode and select SBS half or full. What is left is to drag the video into the timeline and render it with anaglyph output...


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 16:48 

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verry good,seems to work,but is there an option to do that without reencode?,i don't find the same format and i want the same resolution and quality in output.My source file is 1920x1080 .mp4 file SBS and i want it .mp4 1920x1080 anaglyph without reencode is posible?If i select mp4 in output list the output unfinished file seems to be an .avc
beside that,if i reencode it take 8 hours to render in same resolution :S
another problem,i set in output to be anaglyph red/cyan but in preview window seems to be tottaly 2d.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 17:36 
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There is not way to do it without recompressing the video and it takes time when working with FUll HD content. Vegas is a bit limited in the default formats supported, but you can add more with plugins and additional codecs...

The preview window changes based on the project output type, and if you mean the preview while rendering the video, don't worry, the actual output is in the right format... the one you've selected for the project or for the rendering output if you changed it.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 19:28 

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is 3 % after 3 hours and that 3% is only 24 MB that means the entire video will be arround 1,5 Gb or something,isn't that to low for a 1920x1080 video?
If i did something wrong i want to stop it now instead waiting 24hours to get a really bad result.
The preview window looks pretty nice tough even is only 2d.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 04 Apr 2011, 19:31 
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It is way too slow, 3 hours for 3% means 100 hours for the whole thing and that is way too much for just a simple conversion.

You can just do a short test with a few seconds of conversion just to see if everything is fine...


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 05 Apr 2011, 00:33 

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i cut a part (2 minutes ) of the movie and i converted ,the result is awsome,superb i have to say,the only problem is that the output file is bigger and conversion is slower even i set from mp4 to mp4 same 1920x1080 as the source file.I got from 12 GB sbs file a 21 GB anaglyph one,indeed supepb quality i have to say.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 05 Apr 2011, 01:59 

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adjust the default data rate until its the size you want, or rencode elsewhere.. I like the movavi products, the 'auto' mp4 setting has been very good, but 4000 works ok to.
you might try that in vegas. it really falls apart below 3000 at that resolution with temporal codecs.

base numbers codec independent, this is k per second, what ever its made of.
384 = typical high compressed format, usually low res and mp4 of some flavor for ipod and such
700 = typical divx / mkv rate for 1.5 hours per dvd. more or less, they often use varriable, so there is a fudge.
1150= VCD rate, not that anyone uses VCD rate, but it is a standard
2000 = practical lower limit for m2p video at higher resolutions
4000 = 2 hours per DVD
6000 = practical max for most DVD players
15000 = typical AVCHD mpeg 2 data rate at HDTV resolutions
25k,35k,50k .. effectivly lossless, huge, and probably beyond your needs.

lots of variations, but thats the basics.


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 05 Apr 2011, 16:46 

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I am fianlly pleased with the result,is a huge file around 29 GB output from 12 GB imput but extraordinary picture quality and good render,14 hours conversion,tought it worths.
Now ,i have another question,sorry again for the insistance,is there a way to do that from a frame sequential imput file to anagliph red cyan in vegas?


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 Post subject: Re: sony vegas 10 pro x64 sbs to anaglyph
PostPosted: 05 Apr 2011, 18:54 
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No, I don't think that Vegas supports frame sequential 3D, you would need to split the video in left/right streams and then process it.


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