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Old 03-31-2012, 07:53 AM   #1
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Default GREATEST 3d popout effect ever!

Title says it all, this is an ABSOLUTE must have clip for any of u out there who want to add quite possibly the greatest 3d pop out effect to their collection. YES it even beats the potato COD fish from that imax under the sea. Go to this link and make sure u download the 1080P MP4 file to your pc, then simply play it on your pc through DLNA. ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Old 03-31-2012, 07:55 AM   #2
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open that clip in youtube and just open this website http://saveyoutube.com/ after that copy and paste the video's url and make sure to save as the 1080p mp4 file and ur all set..!!!! ENJOY
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Old 03-31-2012, 02:02 PM   #3
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That was really a lot of fun. Shows you what 3d can be. It got in my face, and
I felt like it was real at times. Will save that, and show that to people to show off the 3d system.
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Old 03-31-2012, 06:41 PM   #4
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yeah man this kid really does a better job then alot of directors out there.
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Old 03-31-2012, 06:55 PM   #5
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yeah man this kid really does a better job then alot of directors out there.
Not even close. Window violations galore and overdone parallax made it a pretty uncomfortable experience for me. The guy and the chainsaw had extremely unnatural anterior-posterior dimensionality, and the tip of the chainsaw diverged into two images when he stuck it right in front of my eyes. The kid uses lots of negative parallax, but he has no idea what he's doing. He's just messing around with a 3D camera.
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Old 03-31-2012, 07:34 PM   #6
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yeah i can see your point. I can ignore the minor faults just because of how godly that pop out is. Besides his 300$ bucks sony camcorder cant compete with a $50,000 panavision camera!
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Old 03-31-2012, 07:45 PM   #7
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yeah man this kid really does a better job then alot of directors out there.
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Not even close. Window violations galore and overdone parallax made it a pretty uncomfortable experience for me. The guy and the chainsaw had extremely unnatural anterior-posterior dimensionality, and the tip of the chainsaw diverged into two images when he stuck it right in front of my eyes. The kid uses lots of negative parallax, but he has no idea what he's doing. He's just messing around with a 3D camera.
I guess it depends what kind of 3D one is looking for. I would agree though, that compared to Wrath of the Titans 3D which I just saw, I'd take a movie with this style of strong 3D over it, errors and all. I'm tired of conservative 3D efforts.

Thanks for posting. As far as the double image, this is best viewed far away, so in that regard, post converging in a 3D editing program would've lessened the eye strain at that point, and corrected the window edges.

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Old 03-31-2012, 10:54 PM   #8
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3D that is somewhere in between shallow 3D (where there is hardly any sense of depth) and this type of 3D (where objects become unnaturally stretched and distorted) would suit me just fine.

Getting the balance just right though is proving to be very difficult, if not impossible.

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Old 04-01-2012, 09:24 PM   #9
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3D that is somewhere in between shallow 3D (where there is hardly any sense of depth) and this type of 3D (where objects become unnaturally stretched and distorted) would suit me just fine.

Getting the balance just right though is proving to be very difficult, if not impossible.

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Yes to a smooth combination of the two for strong 3D.

With continued trial and error, not impossible in this case. For new 3D stereographers getting started on their first 3D movie, there are a lot of careful parameters to measure within EVERY 3D shot, and live action, compared to computer animation which is easier in a virtual world, makes it that much more difficult to get right on the day of filming.
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Old 04-01-2012, 09:32 PM   #10
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3D that is somewhere in between shallow 3D (where there is hardly any sense of depth) and this type of 3D (where objects become unnaturally stretched and distorted) would suit me just fine.

Getting the balance just right though is proving to be very difficult, if not impossible.

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Its called Sammy's adventure and every film that claims to be 3d should have that level of 3d then people wouldn't mind paying the price difference from 2d to 3d because they would actually be getting a tangible, enjoyable extra.
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Old 04-01-2012, 10:07 PM   #11
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This was fun but that guy really pushed it way to much into the face of the people watching, at some point on my PC screen I had the feeling I had to cross my eyes because it was simply to much. It was very uncomfortable to be honest
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:38 PM   #12
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This was fun but that guy really pushed it way to much into the face of the people watching, at some point on my PC screen I had the feeling I had to cross my eyes because it was simply to much. It was very uncomfortable to be honest


i see, well i watch it on a 55inch panny and its about 12 feet away from the sofa, for us there was no cross talk nor uncomfortable.
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Old 04-02-2012, 03:08 PM   #13
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Watched a few minutes of "Monster vs. Aliens" in 3D last night. At the beginning of the movie, there was a scene a guy was bouncing a ball with a paddle. I thought that was pretty cool as far as pop-outs go.
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Old 04-03-2012, 04:22 AM   #14
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Not even close. Window violations galore and overdone parallax made it a pretty uncomfortable experience for me. The guy and the chainsaw had extremely unnatural anterior-posterior dimensionality, and the tip of the chainsaw diverged into two images when he stuck it right in front of my eyes. The kid uses lots of negative parallax, but he has no idea what he's doing. He's just messing around with a 3D camera.
some of the theatrical movies also have stereo window violations galore.

Nothing wrong with some objects being in front of the stereo window. However, when they're in front and touching the edges of the screen at the same time,

it sort of ruins the illusion.
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3D that is somewhere in between shallow 3D (where there is hardly any sense of depth) and this type of 3D (where objects become unnaturally stretched and distorted) would suit me just fine.

Getting the balance just right though is proving to be very difficult, if not impossible.

Gae
actually, that unnatural stretching goes both ways, into the screen also as well as out of.

and depends on where you sit.

sit further back and watch what happens.

sit closer and watch what happens.

further back, the depth increases in both directions.

closer, the depth flattens in both directions.
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Old 04-03-2012, 06:33 AM   #16
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I wish movie maker will make those kind of pop out. The darkest Hour was nothing campare to this. THere was no pop out at all.
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Old 04-03-2012, 09:02 AM   #17
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Wow thanks for that clip bro, that was sick. Watched it on my 50" VT30 with USB stick. Looked really awesome.. man I can't wait for Hugo to arrive.. should be today.. plz god give it to me now!
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Old 04-03-2012, 11:48 AM   #18
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Wow thanks for that clip bro, that was sick. Watched it on my 50" VT30 with USB stick. Looked really awesome.. man I can't wait for Hugo to arrive.. should be today.. plz god give it to me now!

you're welcome. u have my dream tv. i have gt30 but 5 inches bigger then yours
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If he held the items still, the 3D effect would look better. With them moving around so fast the images blur and the cams don't have time to focus.

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apart from the slight flaws as decribed above, this video wowed my wife and her sister.

deffo a demo to show off the TV with.
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