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Re: Does adding anti glare film to passive polarisers reduce light l

Ah OK.  Anti-glare isn't the same as anti-reflective, as anti-glare will scatter incoming light.  Worth a try though just to see what happens, let us know :
gl
11:20 AM
#35699
 
35698

Re: Does adding anti glare film to passive polarisers reduce light l

My linear polarizers from Berezin hav an anti reflective coating and seem to give brighter projection than my circular polarizers so thought anti glare may
Philip Heggie
11:05 AM
#35698
 
35697

Re: Does adding anti glare film to passive polarisers reduce light l

... I haven't tried this, but logically it will do something worse, fog up the image - at least if the anti-glare side is facing the lens. This is because
gl
9:45 AM
#35697
 
35696

Does adding anti glare film to passive polarisers reduce light lost

I'm thinking of adding anti glare film used on a kindle to the back of my circular polarisers will this reduce light lost reflecting back in to the projectors?
Philip Heggie
8:27 AM
#35696
 
35695

Intel RealSense D400 depth camera series (was Re: [3dtv] Synthetical

... Apparently they use stereo for depth sensing vs other technologies on this camera as it gives them a far greater depth range.  Most depth cameras give you
gl
3:36 AM
#35695
 
35694

Re: JVC stereo .MP4 files editor

AWoods>> I use Vegas (formerly owned by Sony, but now Magix) to edit my Sony 3DHD camera Mp4 files. The Sony 3DHD Mp4 files are recognised automatically by
ron labbe
Jan 22
#35694
 
35693

Re: Lucidcam 3d VR camera used bought from lucidcam.com for sale in

Now I'm sending worldwide via australia post tracking plus signature and reduced price
Philip Heggie
Jan 21
#35693
 
35692

JVC 3D to L & R converter

JVC should still have the MVC to L &  R splitting utility on its website - search for your camcorder there, then look for downloads JVC should still have the
Alan Hunter
Jan 21
#35692
 
35691

Re: JVC stereo .MP4 files editor

... I use Vegas (formerly owned by Sony, but now Magix) to edit my Sony 3DHD camera Mp4 files. The Sony 3DHD Mp4 files are recognised automatically by Vegas. I
Andrew Woods
Jan 21
#35691
 
35690

Re: JVC stereo .MP4 files editor

We just went through this... works with Magix Movie Edit Pro Premium... https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/3dtv/conversations/topics/35653 -- ron labbe studio
ron labbe
Jan 20
#35690
 
35689

Re: Synthetically morph from stereo to 2D?

Thanks for the suggestions JR. I'm wondering if I can actually run the recorded footage through the D415 camera and let it generate the depth maps for each
gl
Jan 20
#35689
 
35688

Re: JVC stereo .MP4 files editor

Download tsmuxer from videohelp and drop your mp4 in it and see if it reveals it has a MVC track if so buy MVC to AVI converter from 3dtv.at install Divx codec
Philip Heggie
Jan 19
#35688
 
35687

JVC stereo .MP4 files editor

Hi there. I did some searching in the group but could find no answers to what I think must be a fairly simple question. I've got a JVC camcorder that outputs
borisstarosta
Jan 19
#35687
 
35686

Re: Synthetically morph from stereo to 2D?

Shooting the material natively with digital cameras is the easiest way. If it is absolutely necessary to use existing footage, you must do several things in
JR
Jan 19
#35686
 
35685

Re: Synthetically morph from stereo to 2D?

That sounds like the right way to do it JR.  But as I said, I'm trying to do this digitally, by extracting depth from an existing stereo pair.  That also
gl
Jan 19
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