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Stereoscopic 3D pic (and video) of Krystal


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Well, i have been lurking around this board for a while, but registered today. So this is my first post here. Hello everyone! :evil:

Anyway, i was a bit bored, and i've had an idea for a while considering FoxHunt's Krystal model. So all credit goes to him (her?).

Well... i don't have time with the details, bu by extracting two frames i got a stereoscopic 3d picture (many, actually) out of it. To find further instructions of how to view it, look at the picture here.

I also edited the video, so by using the same method (w/o the white dots) you can also see that in 3D. It is however a bit harder since the objects are further away from each other.

Picture:

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Yeah, my Photoshop skills suck. I know that ^_^

Video: http://rapidshare.de/files/22337059/Krystal_3D.mov.html Quicktime MPEG-4, Resolution 1280x480

IMO, i prefer the video. I think it gives more of a 3D effect.

If this picture and video should be removed, please tell me and i'll do that

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Changed the download link

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Very nice use of the model. I can see the image clearly. A trick that makes it really easy is to hold two fingers out in front of your vision, making a semi-box around the image, when you find the right distance and focus on the distance of the fingers, rather than the image, the image becomes clear.

You can read about FoxHunt's (he) model here: http://krystallinezone.com/smf/index.php?topic=285.0

You can download it here: http://krystallinezone.com/smf/index.php?topic=582.0

Edit: What codec is required for playing that video?! It won't play on VCL, MPlayer, RealPlayer, OR Quicktime.

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G-Spot labels the video codec as "Indeo Interactive", whatever that means. Try Windows Media Player.

Oh, and lest I forget, good job on the render.

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Well, the video was created in Premiere Pro by some weird codec. I have another version of it that the most players should play. However, it's 40MB RAR-ed, so that's why i didn't upload that. The video is about three seconds... -.-'

And all i did was to take two frames from the video of the rotating Krystal and extract Krystal from them. And the video, well, it's basically two of the video on his site, one slightly delayed so it becomes 3D.

I'll upload the other video when i'll have the time.

EDIT: Here we go! :(

I named it "Test3" because... well, it was test number three... :cry:

Hope this one'll work!

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Still doesn't work...

Can't you export it to a high quality quicktime movie? I'll convert it to something smaller and/or universally compatable and then reupload it.

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I honestly don't know if Premiere Pro can export to .mov, and i can't look it up until tomorrow. If you have Premiere Pro i could send you the files and you could have a look at it that way.

The weird thing is that it works flawlessly to watch the movies in Media Player for me :cry:

Perhaps some weird codecs that comes with Premiere Pro?

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I honestly don't know if Premiere Pro can export to .mov, and i can't look it up until tomorrow. If you have Premiere Pro i could send you the files and you could have a look at it that way.

The weird thing is that it works flawlessly to watch the movies in Media Player for me :cry:

Perhaps some weird codecs that comes with Premiere Pro?

I think it's a Windows only codec. I don't have a Windows machine. Yes, of course Premiere Pro can export to quicktime. That's probably one of the most basic codecs it has.

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I won't load for me... on rapidshare.

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Meh... Rapid share...

And Quicktime....

When will we get a universal, truly cross-platform, standard internet video format that not only streams well (unlike MPEG) but is not tied to propriatary vendors unavailable on other platforms (WMV) or have crappy, worthless, file-association-stealing, players for other OSes than the platform the codec was developed for (quicktime)....

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Meh... Rapid share...

And Quicktime....

When will we get a universal, truly cross-platform, standard internet video format that not only streams well (unlike MPEG) but is not tied to propriatary vendors unavailable on other platforms (WMV) or have crappy, worthless, file-association-stealing, players for other OSes than the platform the codec was developed for (quicktime)....

The closes think I've heard of like that would be a Div-X AVI.

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Yeah so I downloaded the .3ds version of the model and imported it into max...but nothing shows up. Max says there are 28 objects selected but if I deselect them and hit select all it says there are no objects.

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Yeah so I downloaded the .3ds version of the model and imported it into max...but nothing shows up. Max says there are 28 objects selected but if I deselect them and hit select all it says there are no objects.

Blender works well with the models.

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Odd.

Did you try importing with the import 3DS system? I had no problems opening the lightwave version.

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Guest Mithos Kionisu

I got the file from Lupine Shawn (I've only got 1 post on KLA and need 150 to get into the thread) the .lwo file works.

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I got the file from Lupine Shawn (I've only got 1 post on KLA and need 150 to get into the thread) the .lwo file works.

You only need 10 or 15 posts, actually. 150 is for the mature areas.

I emailed you the Lightwave and 3DS versions.

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