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An insider's guide to editing and sharing 3D video

Matt Brown, PCWorld | June 6, 2011
3D imaging and playback are no longer the preserve of large studios: The ability to capture and view 3D footage has been incorporated into consumer electronics.

If you have a networked 3D TV, you can also stream your 3D YouTube clips to the set—and in my experience, today's 3D TVs display the footage properly. Streaming to a 3D TV won't work miracles, though: This is an easy way to view 3D in your home, but the quality isn't great, to say the least. The trade-off is that your video is instantly accessible to the world, and you don't need to spend nearly as much money.

 

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