I hate 3D video. More likely is that the hatred of 3D video. However, electronics manufacturers in the world insists on pushing the 3D display technology for everything from televisions to smart phones, regardless of the fact that 3D content is still no useful there. In addition Avatar - but seriously, I could hardly make it through this movie without sleep.
Unlike traditional 3D video capture configurations requires two videos simultaneously captured to be merged with stuff of fantasy software tool for converting new measures YouTube movement and color of a single video to simulate the depth and thus impede a hacky, 3D-ish video. Youtube accepts that it is not up to shoot 3D video in the right way - but hey, it's a beta. You will still need 3D glasses (or at least a 3D display without glass) to view the videos correctly.
But regardless of the video trend continues, YouTube follow. YouTube has dabbled with 3D video support for some time now, with the largest team is back only a slice very, very small part of the population owns a camera can capture the extra dimension. Want more 3D content on their website, YouTube is deploying a beta version of a system for converting 2D to 3D. They also removed the 15-minute video limit on all users checked.
YouTube has also made another important announcement, but is therefore only mentioned in passing, are removing the video length limit of 15 minutes for anyone in good condition (i.e, someone who has downloaded pornography or bootlegs) and was "verified" (read: anyone willing to remove your phone number). Finally, cut the head of a smart card time and Dales Rescue Rangers fans of music videos can have on the net!
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