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HD 1080p 3D SBS Video Editing in Mac Os 9. How To guide.
« on: May 19, 2020, 01:34:04 PM »
We can use two similar or identical smartphones to simultaneously capture each channel of the 3D SBS video in this way:



Each smartphone must be configured to capture MPEG-4 SP video.
How this couple of smartphones must be configured to capture MPEG-4 SP video and how to transfer in to the Mac Os 9 machine is showed here:

http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php/topic,5476.0.html

To couple the two videos in just one, we are going to use Avid VideoShop 3.0.
Both video files optionally can be re-encode it to M-JPEG in a MOV container, or it can be used "as is" because VideoShop can work with mp4 videos directly, but with some minor limitations.
Once in VideoShop we have to add an extra video track, and rearrange both videos Side By Side.



When the edition process is ended we save the movie and export it to a .mp4 file using QuickTime player. and it shoud be ready to be played on a 3D screen:

« Last Edit: May 19, 2020, 01:55:54 PM by MacTron »
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Re: HD 1080p 3D SBS Video Editing in Mac Os 9. How To guide.
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2020, 09:25:46 AM »
I like that!

Well executed Mr.Mactron.

I have to show that a photographer here in my zone.
I went into his shop today to talk to him because he had an iMac G4 15" First generation from 2002 displayed in the window.
We talked quite a bit about it and I said just get it to use, set it up properly again.

He will be pleased when I show him your achievements Mactron.
*G4 MDD 1.25GHz (Single 2003)* with 2x 80Gb harddrives, 1Gb RAM, Tascam US-428 and Edirol FA-101 USB/Firewire soundcards-*iMac G3 DV 400MHz* with installs from OS 8.6-OSX Tiger on different harddrives-*Powerbook G4 1.67Ghz* with new SSD ! Love it.