Yeah that is a good one. I did also post up the code for use in Ffmpeg. To save you the trouble:
ffmpeg.exe -i Fény\ 7.mp4 -i Fény\ 7.mp4 -i Fény\ 7.mp4 -c:v hevc -crf 40 -b:v 20k -filter_complex "displace=edge=wrap[middle];[middle]stereo3d=ar" -y res.mp4
where Fény\ 7.mp4 is the input video file and res.mp4 is the output video. I also just use ffmpeg and not ffmpeg.exe I assume as it's command line?
From FB thread:
the second filter (stereo3d) gives channels shift.
You can also change second and third videos, they are displacement maps for x and y axises.
[middle] is the name of the stream, don't touch.
Q: the result is far better when running the output video in the VLC media player, is it because of a wrong colorspace?
A: Remove -c:v hevc. This codec is improperly displayed on the web.The other option is to remove =edge=wrap
Edited by ΔBįSƧȔš ṼØȊÐƎ, 03 June 2018 - 09:29.