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Upload Your 3D Videos!

We’ve unlocked the capability on 3DVisionLive.com for anyone to upload their own 3D videos—previously you had to have your own channel and/or have your videos screened and approved by NVIDIA to upload them.

We’re excited about this, and we hope you are too, as it will open the site to great deal of new content and, hopefully, community participation—both in terms of uploading videos and sharing and commenting on them.

NOTE: We have added the ability to set left/right eye priority for your videos during the upload process, which means videos created with FRAPs will now work with our video player. See the button circled in the image above for reference.

The upload process is simple:

  • First, go to the 3D Videos page by clicking here, or on the tab at the top of this page.

 

  • Make sure you are logged in, and if you have not registered for an account on the site yet do so now by clicking on the sign in/create account link in the upper right corner of the page and follow the steps.

 

  • Next, back on the video page, click on the bright green (what other color would you expect…) button entitled “Upload Your Videos to 3DVision Live. An image of this button is shown to the right for your reference.

 

  • This will take you to the upload page, which is shown at the top of this article for reference. Please read the requirements and the Community Guidelines and Rules and upload responsibly. We are trusting you to not abuse the privilege and helping to make visitors' experiences on 3DVisionLive.com positive.

 

  • Please fill out all fields before uploading—make sure you give your video a title, and keep it short and sweet; let us know a bit about the video in the description field (how you shot it, some background, anything you think is interesting about any aspect of the video, and what equipment you used to make it). If it fits one of the predefined categories please select one and give your video some keywords so people will be able to find it easily on the site using searches.

 

  • Select your video—must be in MP4 format and 1GB or smaller (or no more than 5 minutes in length)—by clicking the browse button and navigating to where it is stored on your PC, and then make sure you enter the “human verification” code at the bottom and click “save”.

 

  • You’ll see an upload status bar and will be notified when the upload is finished, and to wait for the video to encode for streaming on the site. We recommend checking back about 10 minutes or so after the encoding process starts.

 

That’s about all there is to it. Have fun and let us know what you think!

 

Click the green button to start the upload process!

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no work at all

Geforce experience

i want

video

need it 3D

3D video

nice video

Awusam

nice

looking for up to this matter...

I'm just started to know...

Thanks for distinctive

I'm new I do not know what is the benefit, but hope the best and thank you

Added option for setting Right/Left priority

Hey all - we added the ability to set right/left priority for playback of your videos during the upload process, so videos created with FRAPs should work now. Give it a try!

format issues

SKLETT offered this up

Upload Issues

by sklett - 03/28/2012 - 10:08

Please note that this initial release of the ability for everyone to upload directly to 3DVisionLive requires you to upload in the format specificed for the video to work properly. Side by Side, left frame first, in MP4 format.

We may open up more configuration options in the future.

I hope this clarifies - if not let me know and thanks for your posts!

Happy to Help render edit etc

If anyone has any render or 3d editing issues, give us a shout, it would be great to start a thread that may be helpful to the 3Dvisionlive community. When it comes to editing in 3D its been an interesting journey. My business partner Tom has overcome many technical hurdles, he loves a good challenge and hes always happy to help out. We have ONLY used 3DVision capable laptops/desktops and because we use mostly Sony 3D cameras, we find Vegas is a good fit. Theres more than one way to deliver great 3D.
Brian 3dminds

Upload Issues

Please note that this initial release of the ability for everyone to upload directly to 3DVisionLive requires you to upload in the format specificed for the video to work properly. Side by Side, left frame first, in MP4 format.

We may open up more configuration options in the future.

I hope this clarifies - if not let me know and thanks for your posts!

Very cool!

looking forward to seeing how people use this!

Cross-eyed

Ditto what Eincrow said - my videos are all in cross eye format and I don't think FFMPEG is likely to get a 'swap eyes' option any time soon.

Glad you are excited about

Glad you are excited about this -- looking forward to seeing what people post! Enjoy!

uploading 3d videos is a snap

it takes only a moment, is easier than youtube and they are ready to view in no time.

Start Filming :)

I told my neighbor, he is already putting together a 3D piece on
fire fighting. Should be great! Thanks again Nvidia, I agree with the
earlier comment in that more people will start sharing and this will
only make 3DVisionlive that much better.
Its great to be able to share my 3D work with other like minded people.

Great, thanks for opening

Great, thanks for opening this up to everyone. The video content on 3DVL has been pretty stale, in my opinion. I'm looking forward to seeing what the community comes up with.

http://www.3dvisionlive.com/ugc/13776/upload-test-1-mass-effect-3-mp-gam...

I uploaded a test video, a 3840x1080 FSBS video taken with FRAPS. It's decent, but there are some issues, such as the sides not aligning properly on the left.

For some reason, FRAPS records the left eye image on the right side, so this has to be compensated for. Youtube lets me do this easily, but I can't find an option to reverse the eyes on 3DVL. I have to flip my glasses upside down to get the images to the proper eyes. It works, but this is not ideal, haha.

Are there any options available to uploaders to tell 3DVL what 3D format the videos are?

This will help the 3D Community here.

So glad this is open to everyone, there is going to be some great work posted here. Thanks Nvidia!

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