Software: TVP Animation 9.0+ or Mirage 1.0+ or Aura 1.0c+* or Aura DV 1.0e+* or Video Toaster +
The principals behind stereoscopy, from the Greek words for 'solid' and 'to look at', were discovered by Sir Charles Wheatstone in the early 1830s and brought to the world through his stereoscopes. The process of three-dimensional viewing of two-dimensional imagery has since been popularized by several variations of 3D glasses, including: Anaglyph, Pulfrich, and Polarized. These glasses trick the mind into seeing 3D by separating two slightly different views of a scene specially integrated into a single image.
Stereoscopic 3D applies these principals digitally to produce imagery to be viewed with stereoscopic Anaglyph 3D glasses, using a stereo image pair or sequences of image pairs. A less pronounced effect can also be created with non-paired images and sequences.
Stereoscopic Anaglyph 3D generation: Red/Blue, Red/Cyan, Red/Green, Blue/Red, Cyan/Red, Green/Red.
Works with stereo image pairs or single images, and video sequences.
Live WYSIWYG preview, lets you see exactly what the effect looks like while you alter the parameters.
Keyframeable parameters: Offset.
Keyframing management functions: Load, Save As, Reset.
Includes sample L+R images.
Smart start-up procedure that doesn't allocate system resources until the plug-in is actually used.
Inline Help balloons for gadgets.
Multi-language capability through localization (.loc) files. English included.
* Keyframing features are not supported in Aura 1.0c and Aura DV 1.0e.