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the company i work for builds a display that does 3d (which ones dont...) however we feel that ours kicks ass and is very compelling.


I am hoping that somebody here can point me to a source for 3d movie trailers. do you know if any have been released? i got a bunch of stuff from 3dtv.at and while some of it looks great, i am hoping to find an actual movie trailer.


optimally i am looking for stereoscopic over under.


THanks for any help anybody can provide.
 

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thanks for that greg. but for some reason i cannot get the you tube page to do the over under. what selection is it? all i am seeing is various RG glasses and parallel and the like.
 

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Over/Under and Top/bottom apparently are two different formats. I am not sure but I believe over/under only applies to the Full 1080p per eye 3D blu-ray packed buffer format and top/bottom applies to an interlaced 3D format which uses colored or polarized glases. See the following link for some blu-ray 3D diss that do no conform to the new Blu-Ray Full 3D standard.
 

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Originally Posted by Dizzman /forum/post/18302645


thanks for that greg. but for some reason i cannot get the you tube page to do the over under. what selection is it? all i am seeing is various RG glasses and parallel and the like.

Hmm.. It was a month or so ago when I used a youtube downloader to obtain the file in it's native form. (over/under, using the MP4 codec). Of course, if one wants to publicly use a theatrical trailer made within the last 30 to 40 years, you have to get permission from the copyright holders.
 

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Originally Posted by walford /forum/post/18304298


Over/Under and Top/bottom apparently are two different formats. I am not sure but I believe over/under only applies to the Full 1080p per eye 3D blu-ray packed buffer format and top/bottom applies to an interlaced 3D format which uses colored or polarized glases. See the following link for some blu-ray 3D diss that do no conform to the new Blu-Ray Full 3D standard.

It can be confusing:

Top/Bottom

http://www.doremilabs.com/appnotes/D...conversion.pdf

Above/Below - never heard of it being described as that


http://www.jvc.eu/3d_monitor/technology/video.html

Over/Under

http://hdguru.com/3d-hdtv-and-hdmi-explained/1336/
 
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