The basic idea is to create a node (dummy object or whatever) and add two cameras as children of that node. Arrange the cameras so they are slightly apart on the X axis, about 65mm if possible. Of course you might be going for hyper-stereo, or you may not have a predefined scale, so you can do this by eye if necessary. Then you simply animate the parent node for any camera movement. You may also want to create a focus node, then have each camera locked to look at that node. This will allow you to animate the focus (convergence) on the fly. Then you would have to render the scene twice, once for each camera. I think this setup should work alright, but I admittedly never attempted to do this.
Sun Nov 28, 2010 9:00 pm
One Eyed Hopeful
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UMM wow it shouldnt be that hard haha. But that could also have the best result. Okay so then after rendering the 2 video's (one from each eye) How would I be able to make the proper effect of rendering both together. Thanks for you help cybertron!
Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:37 pm
Golden Eyed Wiseman! (or woman!)
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