Today we are accustomed to seeing 3D movies in the cinema or in the living room of our home with TVs that support this format, in fact, such is the depth of the display of content in three dimensions, in September last year , YouTube pulled a beta offering users the ability to transform your videos 2D to 3D in a simple manner. Indeed, after spending several months after the opening of this beta, YouTube has decided to extend this functionality to all users to upload videos in 1080.
The idea is that by uploading a video, users have the possibility to convert it to 3D with little effort because it is YouTube that takes care of through a process that take advantage of some features of the video (color, motion, depth image, etc.) and a learning process based on the recorded videos in 3D in origin and are also stored in the platform (with the idea of ??adjusting approaches much about the depth of the images). And thanks to the distributed computing power of the cloud of Google, YouTube meets the conditions for providing this service for conversion to 3D to all users.
Logically, this conversion is an artificial processing of videos that were filmed originally in 2D, therefore, the transformation responds to approaches that will not be perfect but make clear the commitment of YouTube incipient format is becoming more widespread, for example , on TVs also have a connection to the network and YouTube often a website that is visited by all users.
This option is available in the Video options on the quality of the image, ie the gear icon, where you can select between displaying the qualities of the option to view the video in 3D.
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by Jay Thadeshwar, My Profile