46 Shooting for 3D

Tony Bruno

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No matter the movie at the multiplex, chances are you’ll be offered the chance to see it while wearing big funky glasses that would have looked really hip back when bellbottoms were in style. With that much exposure, it’s only a matter of time before a client will ask the question, “Can this be delivered in 3D?” Not so surprisingly, the answer to that question is, “Yes.” Just like any other new technology, though, there are some new terms and rules that have to be learned to deliver the best video possible.

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