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CineForm's Neo3D delivers a comprehensive 3D editorial workflow on both Mac and Windows to improve efficiency and reduce end-to-end costs for creating 3D content. Neo3D is compatible with most NLE and effects software that support QuickTime or AVI files such as Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas, After Effects, and others. During editorial, Neo3D allows for choosing 3D display modes for an external monitor, real-time adjustment of convergence (horizontal, vertical, rotation), keystoning, and color controls, all performed in real time and implemented as Active Metadata.
Cineform CTO and co-founder David Newman demonstrates a brief tutorial for those getting started with 3D. This explains how to take separate Left and Right eye CineForm AVI or MOVs and multiplex them into a single CineForm 3D clip.
For more information on Neo3D, please visit www.Cineform.com
David Newman's desire to make film and video production fast and flexible - at the highest quality - is driven by his personal interest in film - whether as a consumer of independent film (favorites: Pi and Bad Boy Bubby) or as a filmmaker himself (nothing at the multiplex yet.) While waiting for that perfect film project, David has spent 17 years in engineering design and management, developing both hardware and software solutions in the field of digital video. David's career evolved from working as an independent contractor in Perth, Australia to a founder of Applied Magic in San Diego. Through his seven years at Applied Magic, David grew from Principal Engineer to CTO, while he headed the development of four different professional and prosumer audio/video products. David holds the US patent on the underlying technology that powers Applied Magic's ScreenPlay turn-key editing products, and he has filed eight more patents on related video editing technologies. David continues to use all the tools he designed for his own side film projects -- which helps keep the fun in his engineering activities. David has a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering from Curtin University in Perth Australia.