Tutorial

Tutorial

Please note that in order to get the best out of Vset3D and any other video software, you must be aware that there are currently two video standards available on the market.  
    – 60Hz and 30Hz, in progressive or interlaced mode.
    – 50Hz and 25Hz, in progressive or interlaced mode.   
Vset3D works at 60Hz or 50Hz. This means that when you launch Vset3D it selects the correct display frequency based on your monitor characteristics. You must take this into consideration when importing live video or any of your media content.

If your monitor runs at 60Hz, your media content must be running at either 60 or 30 frames per second, using either 1920x1080px or 1280x720px.
If your monitor runs at 50Hz, your media content must be running at either 50 or 25 frames per second, using either 1920x1080px or 1280x720px.

If you do not respect these modes your videos and camera moves will not be smooth.

In order to check what frequency your monitor runs at, you must check your graphics card settings.

Some computer monitors cannot run at 50Hz.


User Guide

  UserGuide (1.8 MiB)

 


Video Tutorial

 

Vset3D | Short Cut


Vset3D | Camera


Vset3D | Target


Vset3D | Sky Dome


Vset3D | OBJ Import


Vset3D | Newtek NDI


Vset3D | Media


Vset3D | Light


 

Vset3D | Keyer


 Vset3D | Dolly


Vset3D | Color

 
 
 
 

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