In the stereoscopic edit mode, stereoscopic processed video can be output to the monitor, and stereoscopic clips can be edited and exported to file by the exporter for stereoscopic editing.
Stereoscopic clips that can be edited by EDIUS are as follows:
MVC (Sony, Panasonic, JVC)
3D P2 (Panasonic)
3D clips taken by a 3D conversion lens, for example
Inadequate 3D video may affect the health of viewers, so take care of output results.
According to 3D Consortium “3DC Safety Guidelines”, it is recommended to avoid the situation where the disparity on the display exceeds the distance between the right and left eyes (50 mm for children).
In Hollywood 3D movies, the comfortable range of disparity should be shorter than approximately 2% of the screen horizontal width.
For details of safe and comfortable 3D contents creation, see 3D Consortium “3DC Safety Guidelines” (English) .
For commercial use, inquire about supply standards to clients.
The following explains the stereoscopic edit workflow.
1) Set [Stereoscopic Editing] to [ON] in the [Project Settings] (Detailed Settings) dialog box.
[Stereoscopic Editing] is displayed on the status bar. The stereoscopic edit mode is set.
2) Set a preview window or preview device.
3) Import stereoscopic sources.
4) If necessary, set separate clips of the L side (for left eye) and the R side (for right eye) as stereoscopic.
5) Adjust video drift in stereoscopic clips.
6) Export the project.
When the stereoscopic edit mode has been switched to the standard mode, only the L side video of stereoscopic clips is output to the monitor.
When the stereoscopic edit mode has been switched to the standard mode, only the L side of the effects applied to the stereoscopic clip are applied. Effects applied to only the R side are invalid.