Fine-tuning a stereo 3D scene


show more Fine-tuning a stereo 3D scene provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Mark Christiansen as part of the After Effects CS5.5 New Features show less
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Fine-tuning a stereo 3D scene

Now let's take a look at some of the adjustments that are possible with the Stereo 3D setup and a few of its limitations to give you a better idea of what would work best for this feature set. So right off the bat, the scene as it is currently isn't looking so hot, especially when you compare it to the original. There are some things missing. One of them is easy to correct. To get the motion blur that was appearing as the camera flies across, I can simply toggle it on in this master comp. So it is there and you just need to preview it.

It's passed through from the previous comps. More difficult to pass through is the lighting, and that's pretty crucial in this case. One way to get the lights into the final is simply to copy them and actually paste them into each eye. Now they'll retain their 3D position so they're not incorrect but you lose the interactivity of working with them in the source comp. You'll see however that they do show up in this final comp. Now look...

Fine-tuning a stereo 3D scene
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Fine-tuning a stereo 3D scene provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Mark Christiansen as part of the After Effects CS5.5 New Features

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