What does “HSBS” mean?

Posted on September 10, 2012. Filed under: Definitions | Tags: , |

HSBS stands for half side-by-side. It is a 3D video format where the pictures for each eye are placed next to each other.

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Notes : 3D Half Side-By-Side.

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Side-by-Side 3D

Two separate images are printed side-by-side. When viewed without a stereoscopic viewer the user is required to force his eyes either to cross, or to diverge, so that the two images appear to be three. Then as each eye sees a different image, the effect of depth is achieved in the central image of the three.

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ISO=full 1080p per eye.
Half SBS=960×1080 per eye

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6 Responses to “What does “HSBS” mean?”

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hey thanks for the simply great def

Today I Learned

Full SBS = full 1080p per eye, and I still encoded (smaller than the .iso rip)

Got the whole idea! Thanks for simple definition. :)

Thanks.. its very help full

Well its now 2014, still learning, you make things easy to understand.


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