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Autodesk® Stereoscopic Filmmaking Whitepaper

The Business and Technology of Stereoscopic Filmmaking

"Traditional planar film pre-production starts with storyboards. Stereoscopic pre-production requires a depth script created by a stereographer to accompany the storyboards. The depth script acts as an invaluable tool for visualization, making decisions about each scene’s stereo depth, and as a tool to communicate the creative intent. The use of the depth script to set the stage and frame the scenes is very helpful in generating comfortable and readable stereo images, shots, and sequences."

Thank you Natasha Wang at Autodesk.


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