3 Replies Latest reply on May 11, 2015 3:17 PM by harveyhoudini

    Interlacing only

    dandanthelightingman

      I already have a stack of files taken at parallax distances apart of an object, so all I need to do is interlace them. I don't need any additional parallax, focal plane shift, etc. Just interlacing them will create a 3D image. Can I just load my files into the stack and go straight to interlace?

        • 1. Re: Interlacing only
          c.pfaffenbichler Level 9

          What are you trying to achieve exactly?

          • 2. Re: Interlacing only
            c.pfaffenbichler Level 9

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            Hi, and thanks for the response.

            I'm afraid I'm so new at this forum I couldn't find any way but this private message to get back to your comment.

            Anyway, what I'm trying to do is use the interlace feature only, that is, no parallax or other changes to

            Hi, and thanks for the response.

            I'm afraid I'm so new at this forum I couldn't find any way but this private message to get back to your comment.

            Anyway, what I'm trying to do is use the interlace feature only, that is, no parallax or other changes to the raw files I put in the stack.

            Perhaps I can explain a bit: I do a lot of lenticular 3D and motion (horizontal lenses), but the files which I interleave are taken with that in mind, so that they need no adjustment of any kind before interleaving. For instance, if I place an object on a turntable and take pictures every 2 degrees as it turns, the resulting files (let's say there are 22 of them, making a 44 degree view) simply need to be interleaved with no parallax, focal-plane, or any other kind of manipulation, to achieve a 3D image when put under a corresponding lens.

            Actually I have a stand-alone interleaving program, and it works fine (you can see some results of my motion images at dankainen.com, the "motion-slides" page) but I'd love to be able to do it straight from PS.

            In Photoshop (I have CS5), I can't figure out how to interleave without first manipulating the files in some way or another. I'm wondering how I can just go straight to interleave for a whole stack of files.

            Any light you could shed on this would be greatly appreciated.

            Thanks,

            Dan Kainen

            I’m afraid I have no experience with lenticular printing.

            There have been threads on performing the task with Photoshop, but I’m not sure the information will be much help … try a Forum search.

            http://forums.adobe.com/message/4460724#4460724

            http://forums.adobe.com/message/4834743#4834743

            http://forums.adobe.com/message/4759902#4759902

            http://forums.adobe.com/message/1116296#1116296