Stereographic Society Member Video Service
members with a way to archive and display their
digital slides and or video clips
using 3D multi media available to them.
Themes: Weddings -
Birthdays - Family Gatherings -Vacations
Points of Interest
Your DSS winners - Any Sequence - Holidays
Actually any subject of your choosing.
to expect: A Video that can be stored on USB flash drive,
DVD or Blu-Ray
The codec will be compatible to view on a TV with 3D capability
or in anaglyph on your standard TV or computer.
will provide a media device to record on.
Media: Blank DVD
- Blank Blu-Ray - USB Flash Drive
A USB flash drive is the preferred media source. A 16GB drive costs about $5
DVD HD Quality
- 15 Min of 3D video - about 2700mb - Approx 80 slides with introduction
You will need a 3D
Blu-Ray player and HDMI cable.
If you play commercial 3D Videos in 3D, you have this.
Flash drive can come in any size- about 8 gb needed. This
will store both the source data and a finished video.
Your TV or DVD player must have a USB input.
Note: If you use a external backup drive it can be hooked
directly to a smart TV or to your DVD player.
This drive would be powered by the USB plug or have a power supply and possibly turned on manually, depending on your TV.
Smart TVís will turn it off with the remote. This will provide storage for your entire archive and have ready on demand.
Selection would be via DVD or TV remote.
can select background sounds which include actual
sounds or music. A voice overlay is also a option.
This would be narrated by member while viewing finished video. Voice would then be in correct timing with video display.
Any background music would be lowered in area of narration.
3367 Mt. Hope Rd
Grass Lake, MI 49240