How much is it a 2D to 3D conversion?

Discussion in 'General 3D and Stereoscopic Discussion' started by Antonio, Jan 15, 2011.

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    Antonio Member

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    I'm the owner of a small company oriented to 2D to 3D conversion. Soon I will create a web where everyone will be able to convert for free their videos into 3D. Resolution and file size will be a condition.

    What I need for you it's an estimation of price when higher resol. and file sizes are involved. I'm talking about converting just home-made videos with a normal HD camera and around 30 minutes lenght.

    Thank you all!
     
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    I would be very interested in your web service! I'm just guessing, but a no-frills conversion (using an automated conversion system) of someone's vacation video might be worth $50-60 for 1/2 hour. Is that too much or too little? I can send you a private message which explains how I arrived at that figure. Does the customer have a choice of output (interlaced, anaglyph or parallel)?
    Thanks!
     
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    Thank you for your help!. The system gives very good results, much better than other softwares in the market. When we work for professional studios we must correct a few things in the beginning of each scene.
    Yes. The user can choose output format: interlaced (multiview also allowed), anaglyph an parallel.
    Please send me a private message telling me aobut your calculations.
     
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    Antonio, I was having some problems in reply to you the other night. I'll try again, but here is my e-mail address so that we might be in touch:

    barrelrep@aol.com
     
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