Mono Mike

Hopefully, I have solved the mystery of the distorted stereo microphone problem.
This is a 360 3D audio presentation.

Sorry about the audio repeat at the end. I accidentally added an additional track in Reaper, again. I hate when that happens. 😦

BTW, the distortion is still with us. 😦 😦 😦


Ready, Set, Rotate?

Unfortunately, spatial tracking audio isn’t working in this 360 3D video, and I’m not sure why. Perhaps I didn’t properly mix the tracks.
I’m using a Sony ECMCS3 microphone attached to my shirt collar, plugged in to a Tascam DR-05 digital recorder to record my voice. A Zoom H2n microphone in MS/XY four channel mode is positioned just above the 3D camera.

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

My New VR Audio Gag

This is my new VR audio gag. I’m using a Sony ECMCS3 microphone plugged in to a Tascam DR-05 digital recorder to record my voice, and OBS to record the Oculus Mirror on my PC. This way I can have full control over the audio mixdown when creating my 360 3D videos that include VR game or VR app captures.

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Ring Toss

Are you ready for a game of Ring Toss at the carnival?

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I’m still looking for an easy and effective way to record VR games and apps. For this one I used OBS, which can simultaneously record the stereoscopic Oculus mirror on a computer monitor, the game’s (or app’s) audio, and the Oculus Rift’s microphone. For future videos I want to also record a 3D selfie video for compositing in post.

Carnival Games® VR:
Open Broadcaster Software:

Growing Bald Spot

Oh, crap. The 3D checkbox has been deprecated. If anyone can tell me a simple way to create the needed metadata to make this video 3D, I will love you more than any dog I’ve ever owned.
I noticed in my previous video that my bald spot has grown significantly larger since the last time I looked at it. 😦

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Recorded with a Weeview 3D camera and a Zoom H2n microphone. The barrel distortion was removed with the Deform filter in Magix Movie Studio 14.0 Platinum. I used an old stereoscopic trick of graduated depth distribution to reduce the effects of the camera’s small 45mm stereo base.