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#1 pramod varma

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 01:33 PM

I would appreciate any kind of guidance on this topic.Additonal info on post-production,pros and cons. of this format etc would be helpful for further discussion
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#2 Marque DeWinter

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 10:44 PM

From what I've found (and I've now worked on 3 3D films and 2 other projects) the best way to do it is to shoot on a 3D system (Pace is the best but so expensive its not for indies). Do your rough cut in 2D then go and convert it all to 3D do your final cut/color correction/etc. It tends to be the most sensible, most affordable, and still giving a professional result.

~Marque DeWinter

For more info check out Cineform's Neo 3D to work with FCP

If you have specific questions send me an email MarqueATmarquedewinterDOTcom
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