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Blessing of the Animals in 3D...
« on: 31 / October / 2009, 00:24:34 »
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Last night, 29 Oct 09, my latest 3D Hi-Def video, "The Blessing of the Animals" was shown at the American Museum of Natural History here in New York. This 5-minute excerpt of a longer work in progress documents the celebration of St. Francis of Assisi, founder of the Franciscan order of monks and a friend of all animals. As part of this celebration, a diverse selection of animals - yak, reindeer, camel, donkey, tortoise, ducks, swans, Golden Eagle, Barn Owl, hawks, Macaws, monkeys, etc. - are all brought into the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and individually blessed by the Reverends. Following a grand procession outside, large numbers of local pets of all sorts are also given individual blessings.

Music has been provided by the Paul Winter Consort for the past 29 years.
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Re: Blessing of the Animals in 3D...
« Reply #1 on: 01 / November / 2009, 19:21:12 »
Hi Bill.

Good to see you are continuing to make practical use of your cameras.

As a matter of interest, what stereo format is the movie in, what codec and what file-size ?


David

Re: Blessing of the Animals in 3D...
« Reply #2 on: 03 / November / 2009, 15:13:00 »
Hi David,

The TX-1's shoot MJPEG which I keep native throughout the editing process in Premiere Pro CS4. After editing, I usually provide a 1280x720p side-by-side to the exhibitor although some prefer individual L & R channels.

I use the LEAD MJPEG codec because it is very fast, very high quality and allows me to quickly try different compression settings to hit a target of just under 4GB.

This is becoming less of an issue with the newer OS's, but I never know what hardware will be used for projection so I tend to be conservative.   

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