You can disable stereoscopy in your computer by changing the setting for the stereo scene depth. This value can be changed manually or you can adjust it to zero to turn off stereoscopy. The Stereo Scene Depth value affects how objects appear in 3D scenes. By adjusting this value, you can adjust how close or far the objects are to the camera. The higher the value, the more objects will be visible at the same depth.
Change the convergence plane of stereoscopic 3D footage
If you want to change the convergence plane of stereoscopic 3d footage, there are a couple of ways you can do it. You can use the difference mode and subtract the cameras’ separation amount to match the zoom value. This is a quick and easy way to make sure that objects appear in the correct place on the convergence plane.
The convergence plane controls the depth and position of the images when viewed with 3D glasses. By altering the convergence plane, you can make an image appear deeper or shallower than it really is. For example, if a scene contains moving elements, you can shift the convergence plane so they sink into or pop out of the screen. This process is called stereo scene depth.
Another way to alter the depth of stereoscopic 3D footage is to make the camera’s convergence plane different from the underlying scene’s depth layout. This allows for more realistic depth cues, but is also more complex. It can lead to brain and eye strain if you’re not careful.
When using parallel cameras, the convergence plane of a scene should be the distance between the cameras. However, this is not always possible and you have to adjust the convergence plane of a scene to account for the separation between the cameras. You can adjust this setting in the 3D View property by changing the Scene Convergence to a difference. Then, the object aligned on the convergence plane will appear black. You can also change the Scene Convergence property to create a darker band that represents the convergence plane passing through the scene.
You can also change the convergence plane of stereoscopic 3d footage by adjusting the interocular distance. This distance is what creates the illusion of cross-eyes. Using this method, you can preview the results of the video in anaglyph mode.
Change the stereo scene depth value
The stereo scene depth value controls the way objects appear on screen. If the value is 0, no stereoscopy will be visible on screen. If the value is higher, stereoscopy will be enabled. Increasing this value will increase the maximum depth of objects. The stereo scene depth can be set in percentages.
The stereo scene depth value can be edited in two places: the Stereo 3D composition and the Stereo 3D Effects. You can also adjust the interaxial separation of the cameras. To achieve this, you need to shoot your footage with different perspectives. It is not always possible to change perspective once it has been recorded.
You can change the stereo scene depth by adjusting the interaxial separation. This will match the camera positions used by the stereo rig. The default units in Maya are absolute. You may need to modify your keyframes to account for the new size. You may need to perform further tests to determine which values are the most effective.
After Effects allows you to change the convergence point of the 3D camera rig. By adjusting this value, you can adjust the depth of the 3D images. This can be useful for rendering the final animation. The stereo converge point is usually set at the distance between the projection screen and the projector.
When creating realistic images, you should consider the depth of the scene. It works hand in hand with the stereoscopic 3D in After Effects. This effect is called the Camera Lens Blur and is more refined in CS5.5. Regardless of what you choose to do, it’s essential to get the depth right.
Another way to turn off stereo 3d is to increase the depth of your stereo scene. This way, you can see the distance between objects in 3D. However, this setting can have negative effects on your experience. When the depth is too deep, you may have problems viewing the scene. You can reduce this setting by adjusting the Parallax Offset Difference, or increase the Interoccular Distance.
If you don’t want to use stereo 3d, you can use an external 3D TV. Connect the 3D TV to your computer as a second monitor. Make sure that the composition dimensions match the resolution of your 3D TV. Then, set the 3D Glasses effect to “sync” or “over under” view. Lastly, lock the new composition viewer to the 3D TV.
Change the display panel size manually
Stereoscopic 3D displays provide offset images to the left and right eye, thereby deceiving your brain into believing that you are seeing the picture in three dimensions. If you’d like to turn off this 3D display mode, you need to know how to turn it off manually.