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3D Open Matte
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Hi guys Smile

is it posibble to revise a letterboxed 3D-Movie in a Open Matte 3D-Movie?

For example Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead men tell no tales.

We have a letterboxed 3D movie and a open matte 2D Version.
So we have a open matte and letterboxed Picture for every eye.
That doesen´t work, right?

Maybe it exist different Open Matte Versions with different anglesr?
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The chances of this are probably pretty slim, unless someone develops an AI that does this kind of thing or you invest thousands of hours basically re-creating the 3D of the Open Matte.
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(2018-03-13, 11:33 AM)TomArrow Wrote: The chances of this are probably pretty slim, unless someone develops an AI that does this kind of thing or you invest thousands of hours basically re-creating the 3D of the Open Matte.

In case of Pirates of Caribbean does exist a open matte 3D version, because the movie was released in IMAX 3D.
But i don´t think this Version will shown in the TV Big Grin
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There is a really remote chance that one open matte broadcast would use the other "eye"...
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(2018-03-13, 12:09 PM)Jonnyxll Wrote:
(2018-03-13, 11:33 AM)TomArrow Wrote: The chances of this are probably pretty slim, unless someone develops an AI that does this kind of thing or you invest thousands of hours basically re-creating the 3D of the Open Matte.

In case of Pirates of Caribbean does exist a open matte 3D version, because the movie was released in IMAX 3D.
But i don´t think this Version will shown in the TV Big Grin

No, I'm sure it exists. Same with Terminator 2. But as you say, I doubt you will ever get access to it, also seeing how 3D is hardly that popular anymore.
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Terminator 2 3D was OAR scope everywhere unlike Titanic/Avatar, much to everyone's surprise (and my delight).
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(2018-03-13, 05:09 PM)zoidberg Wrote: Terminator 2 3D was OAR scope everywhere unlike Titanic/Avatar, much to everyone's surprise (and my delight).

Even in cinemas?
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(2018-03-13, 05:13 PM)TomArrow Wrote: Even in cinemas?
Yes.
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For 2-D to 3-D converted titles which is almost everything now a days, the chances are almost zero.

For 3-D conversion, typically new left and right eye viewpoints are made. One eye may bear a closer resemblance to the original 2-D than the other, but still has manipulations, as well as sometimes having an occasional extra layer of particulates (sparks, snow, rain, debries, etc) that are not in the 2-D version.

Native (actually shot in 3-D) titles often have subtle grading differences, further adjustments, and/or stereo floating windows. So studio inventory would be L/R 3-D and 2-D versions. 

3-D titles from the 80s may offer a tad more luck.  I know Friday the 13th part III used sections of different eye sides for different transfers.
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So, if the Chance is almost Zero, there must be an other solution.

Maybe there ist a way for a hybrid Version?

The open matte part 2D and the rest 3D. For the crossing maybe a little bit transparency (if that was posibble).


Here the idea:

[Image: om-3d.jpg]
What do you think?
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