Depending on what Vegas and your encoder support, you could probably create
a workaround using avisynth. If possible, have Vegas output a side-by-side
video. Then, use two Avisynth scripts that split the side-by-side video
into left and right AVS scripts using the Crop function. Finally, supply
these scripts to your encoder in place of two video files. Of course, this
also depends on Frameserver allowing its footage to be accessed twice...
On Apr 4, 2012 5:00 PM, "FrontierDK" <klausjakob...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Den onsdag den 4. april 2012 13.08.18 UTC+2 skrev FrontierDK:
>> Any chance for MVC (3D) support? If I start a 3D project in Vegas,
>> Debugmode Frameserver only renders 1 "eye"...
> When starting encoders, they ask for a left eye and a right eye file. It
> would be sooooo nice if the Debugmode Frameserver was able to save TWO .AVI
> files (with identical audio) - with right and left eye .AVI files...
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