Great news on the Enhanced Dimensions front today – we’re one of YouTube’s featured partners!
This gives us a featured prominance on the YouTube homepage and has already seen the featured video’s traffic jump massively. This increased prominance has also increased our subscribers and raised awareness and traffic to the main Enhanced Dimensions hub… right here!
With the recent announcement from YouTube that they were now supporting 4K video we’ve uploaded a high resolution YT3D version of the Short & Sweet 3D bumpers to our Stereoscopic 3D Video Channel on YouTube.
You’ll need a seriously powerful PC and a good broadband connection to try this out but the image quality is immense. Strictly speaking this isn’t a 4K file it’s actual resolution is 3840 x 1080 but it is higher resolution than YouTube previously allowed with 3D videos usually squashed to half width in order to fit both images across the 1920 resolution. In order to view the hi resolution file select “original” from the resolution options drop down menu.
Wow – a big thank you to everyone over the past few months for visiting and/or subscribing to our Stereoscopic 3D Video Channel on YouTube, we’ve been overwhelmed with the amazing level of interest and great feedback we’ve received for our short 3D films from visitors all around the world.
We’re really proud to announce we’ve had over 150,000 video views plus we’ve got a phenomenal 500 subscribers!
And some viewers comments are just too kind:
WOW ur 3D effects are Awesome …
your titles are great! Really nice work
wow this is awsome! I want AfterFX to 🙁
This looks so cool!!
I did have a couple of less positive ones so to keep my karma balanced:
that was absolutly crap, someone else should show you a tutorial, Sony perhaps?
hmmm its ok
Do please keep coming and watching our videos, and if you like them do comment and pass on to a friend. And don’t forget to take us up on our free 3d glasses for YouTube subscribers offer – check out the 3d products page for more info.
As a bit of fun we threw together a quick animation for use when we have stereoscopic 3D Blu-Ray news. Perhaps there will be a new Blu-Ray 3D specific logo but in the meantime check out the standard Blu-Ray logo animated in groovy out of screen stereo 3D!
Check it out now on our Stereoscopic 3D Channels over on YouTube or on Vimeo.