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Sunday, June 27, 2010

How To: Create Side-By-Side Video with QuickTime 7 Pro

I'm figuring out how to record, edit and upload 3D video to YouTube.

The instructions I've found on HOW TO: Create YouTube Videos in 3D say that you need to upload a video that has two videos combined, side-by-side.

Side by Side Video Created with QuickTime Player 7

Note:
This is just a screen shot of the video in QuickTime Player 10. You can't use that version of QuickTime Player to create side-by-side videos.

The easiest way I've found to put videos side-by-side is to use QuickTime 7 Pro.

I followed the instructions for using QuickTime in this post, Two side by side panes in iMovie HD, and modified them.

Here are the settings I used to get two videos to sit, side-by-side in one QuickTime Video.


QuickTime Settings: Video Track 1


QuickTime Settings: Video Track 2

Here's the video:



Note:
I flipped the left hand video to make this one more interesting. When I finally shoot in 3D, I won't do that.

Video attributes:


Next up shooting a video using two Kodak Zi8's with an iKan rig.

(2) Kodak Zi8's and iKan Rig for Shooting 3D Video

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