Figured out 3D metadata for Youtube

Discussion in '3D Video' started by Bombelkie, Jan 24, 2018.

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    Bombelkie Active Member

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    After Youtube disappreciate the 3D option on video uploads I have been trying to figure out a way that I can upload video with embedded 3D metadata. I have finally figured out how to do it in Vegas Studio. Here are the results.

    Shawn Summers 3D Fixed

    Daniel Gilroy 3D Fixed


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    Bombelkie, Jan 24, 2018
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    Eran Greenberg New Member

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    I have a few questions:
    1. Are you using Vegas pro 14 edit?
    2. Is it a complicated process to add the metadata? And would you be willing to write an explanation how to do it?
    3. When I try to watch these videos on youtube, they are shown in anaglyph or in 2D mode. I can't set them to side-by-side. This is true for every youtube 3d video I found. Does it not allow SBS without the hardware anymore?
     
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    Bombelkie Active Member

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    Ya Youtube only show it as anaglyph but will play on 3D tv's or other 3D capable devices. What I figured out is that you need to render it as Sony AVC/MVC ( AVCHD video format) making sure that the file is set to stereoscopic 3D mode Side by side (half). There is 2 files that get created, when you are going to upload them select both files and upload them.
     
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    Eran Greenberg New Member

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    Thanks for the info.
    Will try it.
     
    Eran Greenberg, Apr 14, 2018 at 4:37 PM
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