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3D Techno KatePerry'z-California Girlz (XTC'z Bootleg Hands up 3-D Videomix) 1080 HD Full Screen

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Uploaded on Sep 9, 2011

Licensed under Creative Commons License with Rights Reserved to SME ... XTC'z Bootleg Hands up 3-D Videomix Techno Trance If no 3 D glasses it May appear blurry. You Need Blue and Red anaglyph Glasses to see 3 D effects.. Not Movie theater Glasses.. make them or buy from ebay ..How to upload 3D you tubes see below .. lots of free 3D on You Tube.. in Android market search 3D anaglyph then look for 3D driod free and start turning your photos to 3d soon video
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If your video format is: •Side by side "half" or "squashed":
◦Add the tag yt3d:enable=LR to your video

◦If the video displays incorrectly or has a poor 3D effect, try changing it to yt3d:enable=RL

•Top-bottom "half" or "squashed":
◦Add the tag yt3d:enable=LonR to your video

◦If the video displays incorrectly or has a poor 3D effect, try changing it to yt3d:enable=RonL

* I am using two cameras, or two originals to record 3D video: In order to upload a 3D video to YouTube from two original videos:

1. In your video editing software on your computer, combine the two videos into a single frame. This provides content for each eye and produces the 3D effect.

2. For best results, the combined image from the two videos should be in 16:9 resolution. However, keep in mind that the resulting aspect ratio will be the size of the video. So, if you upload a 4:3 aspect ratio video, keep the new aspect ratio the same.

3. Once you've formatted the video to these requirements in your video editing software, upload the final version of the video to YouTube.

4. While the video is uploading, or after the upload is complete, edit the video and add the tag yt3d:enable=LR.

* I have content that's already recorded in a particular format: YouTube recommends that you upload video in side-by-side squashed Left/Right.

YouTube also currently supports the following formats:

-------------------------4:3 Upload-----------------------
4:3 Left Eye Footage | 4:3 Right Eye Footage
---------------------------MERGE-------------------------
4:3 Left Eye Footage | 4:3 Right Eye Footage
-------------------------50% horizontal scale -------------
-------------------------LEFT|RIGHT-------------------------
-------------------------Final 4:3 Video to Upload -------

--------------------------16:9 Upload------------------------

16:9 Left Eye Footage | 16:9 Right Eye Footage
-------------------------- MERGE ---------------------------

16:9 Left Eye Footage | 16:9 Right Eye Footage
--------------------- 50% Horizontal Scale --------------
--------------------- LEFT | RIGHT --------------------------
--------------------- Final 16:9 Video to Upload ---------

•yt3d:enable=LR: Side by side squashed left eye frame on left, right eye on right - recommended
•yt3d:enable=RL: Side by side squashed, right eye frame on left, left eye frame on right - old format but no longer recommended
•yt3d:enable=LonR: Top frame is left eye, bottom frame is right eye
•yt3d:enable=RonL: Top frame is right eye, bottom frame is left eye

Quick tips for great 3D content:

•Making content with two cameras? Use two of the same camera model in order to easily match the two images (which will produce your 3D video).
•Secure both cameras on a single solid mount to simplify matters and avoid camera shake. You could try using a small metal bracket (found in hardware stores).
•Objects in the same position in both frames will appear in the plane of the screen. If you pan too far towards the user this breaks the 3D effect.
•Try and use Left Right Side by side format as you will get the greatest device support.
•yt3d:enable=true
•yt3d:swap
•yt3d:left
•yt3d:right
•yt3d:aspect
yt3d:left=0_0.06_0.5_1 yt3d:right=0.5_0_1_0.94

YouTube's 3D Video Channel to Support Mobile Uploads.
The first device to support this integration will be the glasses-free LG Optimus 3D smartphone, which can record and play 3D media. After unveiling its new 3D device, LG announced a partnership with YouTube that would enable users to upload their 3D videos directly to YouTube from the Optimus 3D.

How to upload YouTube 3D Player Test ( yt3d:enable=true )
YouTube 3D Player Test ( yt3d:enable=true )
YouTube 3D Player Test ( yt3d:enable=true )
YouTube 3D Player Test ( yt3d:enable=true )
YouTube 3D Player Test ( yt3d:enable=true ).

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