A video demonstrating what 3D video taken with the Nintendo 3DS looks like when it’s CORRECTLY displayed in 3D on YouTube.
Editing done to this video:
The only editing done to this video was adding the intro and the watermark. The video was also upscaled from 480×240 at 20FPS to 1920×1080 at 60FPS upon rendering. Otherwise, this is what to expect from the 3DS’ 3D video.
This video was taken with:
-Normal Camera Mode
-Normal film option
If you’d like to learn how to get your 3DS 3D videos from your Nintendo 3DS to YouTube and display CORRECTLY in 3D once on YouTube, check out these tutorials:
Full written tutorial – http://nerdmentality.com/article/5915/tutorial-how-to-get-your-nintendo-3ds-3…
Video tutorial (Windows) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXOjE8Nllfk
Video tutorial (Mac) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vxmw4_9gm0
To learn more about the 3DS video camera and the other new features that the 3.0.0-5 update introduced, check out the full written article –http://nerdmentality.com/article/5914/3ds-update-brings-new-features/