It’s Time to Dust Off The Bicycles


It’s that time of the year here in the San Gabriel Valley—time to dust off the bicycles!

The composited 3D video was recorded with a cheap Canon camcorder and a homemade 3D image-splitter. The lossless workflow using the UtVideo codec shouldn’t introduce any noticeable recompression artifacts.

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

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8K Video Rendering Times and File Sizes


Let’s check the rendering times and file sizes when we create an 8K 7680×1920 30 fps lossless AVI, using the free Ut video codec, then convert that to an 8K 3840×3840 60Mbps 30fps mp4 with myFFmpeg.
The goal is to eliminate recompression artifacts.
This is the video we are analyzing: https://youtu.be/DDFFXFfyHkU

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

Ut Video Codec Suite: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/ut_video_codec_suite.html
myFFmpeg: http://www.myffmpeg.com/

Let’s Do It Again!


Since I made a mistake with Reaper during the creation of my last 360 3D project, let’s create another one!
We want to render an 8K 7680×1920 30 fps lossless AVI, using the free Ut video codec, then convert that to an 8K 3840×3840 60Mbps 30fps mp4 with myFFmpeg.
The goal is to eliminate recompression artifacts.

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

Ut Video Codec Suite: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/ut_video_codec_suite.html
myFFmpeg: http://www.myffmpeg.com/

All Clear?


I’m backpedaling, again, but the good news is I’m going to show you how to determine the best bitrate for a 360 3D video, using myFFmpeg. BTW, I used 15000k for this one. Do you think 24000k would look even better? Looking at it with my Oculus Rift, I can still see some recompression artifacts. 😦

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

myFFmpeg: http://www.myffmpeg.com/index.html