I used StereoMovie Maker to fine-tine the parallax for the centre-of-interest in each segment. This video should not give you a headache. I'm interested in feedback on that.
I then used Magix Movie Edit Pro MX Plus to compose the overall video. It does a great job of handling 3D input files and adding transitions, titles and effects in 3D.
This video plays perfectly in the YouTube app on the "glasses-free" LG Optimus 3D and HTC EVO 3D phones. It should also play perfectly on any 3D TV compatible with YouTube 3D display options.
Or you can just turn the 3D off in the YT player and watch it in 2D.
Other related posts:
A Cheap 3D TV
3D Image and Video Sharing: 3DF33D.TV
Comment by LennonNZ, on 25-Oct-2011 13:01
Works fine viewing FUul Width Side by Side Cross Eyed method.
Comment by LennonNZ, on 26-Oct-2011 11:29
I don't have a 3D phone/TV/monitor.. so crossed eyes is the only thing at the moment I have :)
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