michiel | 4 years ago | 6 likes | 1,256 views
In the SETTINGS > OPTIONS... dialog of version 126.96.36.199 you can find a STEREOSCOPIC FORMATS dropdown.
This is used when exporting in 3D. When you set the PUPIL DISTANCE property of the camera layer to a non-zero value, the screen is split into 2 viewports: one for your left eye and one for your right eye.
The Stereoscopic formats option determines how those 2 viewports are arranged into a single video. It offers the following standards:
The 2 viewports are placed next to each other and are horizontally squeezed to make them fit. The PAR (pixel aspect ratio) is doubled.
The 2 viewports are placed next to each other, but are not squeezed. You will have to double the width in the FILE > SET SHOW RESOLUTION... dialog to make them fit.
The 2 viewports are placed on top of each other, vertically squeezed. The PAR is halved.
The 2 viewports are rendered on top of each other, without adjusting the PAR. To make them fit, double the height in the FILE > SET SHOW RESOLUTION... dialog dialog.
Clearly, rendering the 2 viewports next or on top of each other does not create the 3D illusion. This requires the right hardware like a 3D TV and/or extra software for post-processing.
The cheapest hardware to experience 3D are probably the red/cyan anaglyph classes.
To make BluffTitler render in the anaglyph format:
-select the HALF SBS option in the STEREOSCOPIC FORMATS dropdown of the SETTINGS > OPTIONS... dialog
-apply the Camera\StereoAnaglyp effect to the camera layer
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