[vlc-devel] Extending VCL to Take Dual Stream Video and Blend it into Anaglyph -- Willing to Pay

David Glaude david.glaude at gmail.com
Fri Apr 2 17:08:36 CEST 2010

Is there any kind of standard for 3D streaming and 3D file saving?

I think SVC is capable of optimising compression of multi video-stream (this
can be used to stream simultaniously SD and HD but also for multi-angle).

Then once you have two video stream, you still need to choose how to display
them. Red+Green is one option, but with flickering google and doubling the
fps one can have colourfull 3D.

Many video format can have multiple video stream inside... but this is
mostly for multi-bitrate and some kind of adaptive bitrate.
VLC typicaly open one window per video stream... not respecting the
information that mutually exclude track.

David Glaude

2010/4/2 Ken Schafer (development) <devel at frameforge3d.com>

>  Hello all:
> We are looking for a VCL programmer to take a QuickTime Movie with two
> video streams and extend the VCL Media player so it can display a single
> video stream which takes the red channel from the first stream and the blue
> and green channels from the second stream.  We need to do this to produce
> quality stereo anaglyph without the kind of compression artifacts we are now
> seeing.
> We are willing to pay for someone to do this as we don't have the time and
> resources in-house to get up to speed with the VCL api.
> Thanks in advance for any help you can give us!
> Sincerely,
> Ken Schafer
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