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#1 michael abraham

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 05:48 PM

Hello guys,


I'm going to film a commercial in 3D. I plan to shoot parallel using Qtake or the 3Ality SIP and apply the right value for the HIT. Any advice?
My understanding is to set the value starting to have the cameras perfectly line up then,before apply the interaxial,apply the HIT to have the right percentage related to the screen target.So if the screen target is 13m, the max positive parallax is going to be 0.5% so the HIT has to be about 10 px.I'll shift left and right for 5px each.

Is it the right procedure or someone has a better idea? :unsure:

Thanks for reading


Michele

Edited by michael abraham, 03 July 2012 - 05:48 PM.

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