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  1. Hey everyone! I started a poll on my website to see what everybody's favorite 3D movie is so far? If you hate 3D movies, that's fine too! Just come on over to my site, vote, comment, scream, ... anything! http://www.tjunkers.com/?p=661 Look forward to seeing your opinions and votes!
  2. Hi! One of my clients called me today and asked if it is possible to prepare some old projects for the display on a 3d-capable flatscreen. I don't know yet which display-model he exactly got but i already know it's a brandnew samsung and you need shutter glasses in order to view in 3D. I'm expecting futher information on which model he got tomorrow. His idea is to prepare a short movie loop for an exposition in october. I already told him that it is most likely that we need to re-render all content to get the additional pictures for the "second eye". However, i got no idea yet how all this stuff works, maybe one of you has already experience with 3d-displays. I got MaxDesign 2011 and I'm rendering with MR. My crucial questions are: 1. Is there a script or something like that enables me to render stereoscopic content? 2. Do I have to render in HD to fit the native solution of the flatscreen and achieve the best quality? Will a lower resolution look crappy as the TV needs to "recalculate" the movie to its native resolution? 3. Which video editing software do I need for editing and exporting? It would be very kind if anybody who has already experience with this stuff could help me out... Thx in advance, Lutz
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