So in this era of 3D I was able to shoot video with my 3D GoPro rig and only make one cut. Using First Light I was able to render out a Left channel, which is a 2D video, as well as an anaglyph version (red & blue), and a side by side version. So there are three versions of the same video depending on what you enjoy watching. The left channel is for everyone, the anaglyph is for those that own a pair of red and blue glasses, and finally side by side is for people who have really nice 3D televisions.
So I hope you were able to find some anaglyph 3D glasses (red and blue) because my new video is online and has to be seen in 3D. If you haven’t found some yet, keep your eyes open and check back in when you come across a pair.
Finally, after almost three weeks of shooting with the 3D GoPro system I have learned what to do, and what not to do, almost. Shooting with stereoscopic is tougher than I thought it would be. Since the GoPro 3D system has two fixed cameras, you have to keep your subject the same distance from the camera to get the foreground subjects to really come out clearly. I was told subjects work best in the five to seven-foot range, but I have found it better to work in the four or nine foot ranges. Of course I am shooting with a wide-angle lens, so this definitely has an effect on the outcome.
On Sunday my wife and I took my in-laws to the North Park Festival of Arts, on University. Naturally we all attended the beer garden to sample some fine micro brews. I really enjoyed the Manzanita Brown which had a slight chocolate taste, without all the nuts. I love browns, but not nutty browns. We enjoyed tasting samples, listening to music, and mingling with the locals.
So check back in a couple of days to see my first ever 3D project posted right here at DanOvideo.com