Stereoscopic 3D Support for Timeline (not 360)

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Now that 3D is on it's way back because of the numerous and affordable VR headsets, can Adobe team introduce 3D options for their timeline, much like Resolve, RV, Nuke Studio, and Mistika?

 

You have some options for equirectangular VR or files that are already top bottom / sidebyside but I don't see any options when shooting your own 3D content as left and right eye.

 

My goal is to bring in the left eye footage, make edits, duplicate sequence, rename to right eye, replace footage, and bam, I now have a left timeline and right timeline. I'd like to bring those both into a new sequence, add a adjustment layer with a effect where I can choose left track, right track, and then display as either side by side, top / bottom, interlaced, or anaglyph. Think of the "3D Glasses" effect in after effects. Can you add that to Premiere? People could also watch this in their VR headset, not as a 360 image, but as a 3D image at your projects resolution, much like what we do for current 3D films.

 

 

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Stereoscopic 3D Support for Timeline (not 360)

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Now that 3D is on it's way back because of the numerous and affordable VR headsets, can Adobe team introduce 3D options for their timeline, much like Resolve, RV, Nuke Studio, and Mistika?

 

You have some options for equirectangular VR or files that are already top bottom / sidebyside but I don't see any options when shooting your own 3D content as left and right eye.

 

My goal is to bring in the left eye footage, make edits, duplicate sequence, rename to right eye, replace footage, and bam, I now have a left timeline and right timeline. I'd like to bring those both into a new sequence, add a adjustment layer with a effect where I can choose left track, right track, and then display as either side by side, top / bottom, interlaced, or anaglyph. Think of the "3D Glasses" effect in after effects. Can you add that to Premiere? People could also watch this in their VR headset, not as a 360 image, but as a 3D image at your projects resolution, much like what we do for current 3D films.

 

 

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Here's the link to make feature requests:

https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro 

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Perfect, thanks.

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I am looking to do precisely the same thing. I shot a project on a beam splitter rig and have two separate clips for my left and right eye. I wanted to bump this to see if there is support for this issue almost a year later. Does Adobe support a stereoscopic workflow with discreet clips for left and right eyes? This is how high end stereoscopy is shot.

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We need a spherical camera in AE!

Also we must be able to import the spherical Redshift/Cinema camera data into AE to get full Stereo VR support!

A shame you can only do this with Fusion now!

 

 

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I am looking to do precisely the same thing. I shot a project on a beam splitter rig and have two separate clips for my left and right eye. I wanted to bump this to see if there is support for this issue almost a year later. Does Adobe support a stereoscopic workflow with discreet clips for left and right eyes? This is how high end stereoscopy is shot. 

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3 headed,

Do you have After Effects? If so, please check out this documentation. I helped the engineers publish the doc so let me know if you have any specific questions not covered in the docs.

 

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Kevin

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Kevin, 

 

Thanks for the response! let me see if I understand. You're saying that there is a functionality in AE that makes sycning up two discrete lef and right eye video clips less of a manual procedure ( in Premiere, I would need to stack and crop them on my timeline, correct? ). If that is the case, then my timeline wouled consist of adobe linked AE projects that point to both left and right eyes. Would this workflow work with proxies? 

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also this is me

 

www.wjsims.com

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2665731/

 

im working on a somewhat high visibility piece and if there is anything adobe can do to support me i'd love to chat . 

 

thanks for your help! 

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