3D video standard?

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    JTBlake New Member

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    Is there a standard for 3D video recording? What I mean by this is that photos seem to use the MPO format, but is there something similar if I record a movie? I have only seem AVI/MPG/MOV files with split video or interlaced frames so far.

    FWIW, I don't own a 3D camera, but I would like to at some point soon. :)
     
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    Freke1 New Member

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    Hi
    I don't think there is a standard.
    However there are also many different 2D videos (like .avi .mp4 .mov) so hopefully this won't be a problem.
    I've made some 3D videos over the time: http://www.3d.wep.dk/my_3D_videos.html
    I wouldn't mind 1 standard and 1 codec - that would eliminate videos not playing and BSOD's :)
     
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