3D Movie IJN A/C Amagi

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  1. Shinpachi

    Shinpachi Well-Known Member

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    Here is my handmade 3D stereo-view movie.
    I will be happy if you ALL enjoy one of the historic scenes in 3D view.

    Material was selected from IJN A/C Amagi filmed by the United States Strategic Bombing Survey at Port Kure in possibly September, 1945.
    3D effect by Cross-eye viewing.

    Original image's height:width ratio was 1:2.9333 but -
    Converted to .avi form, it has been distorted to 1:2.2641
    Please select 1:1.85(screen mode)on your media player, if possible.
    Sorry for my complicated explanation. I'm still improving the technique.

    Please enjoy again!
     

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  2. Wayne Little

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    Bugger! I can't seem to get the avi file to work..:(

    Amagi...another modelling project on the go!:D
     
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    Sorry Wayne. You can't see avi file.

    I have just uploaded the same film in wmv(for Windows Media Player) and vob(in zip)DVD formats for your conveniences. How are they?

    The vob file is the best one because you do not have to fix the image size to see. The wmv needs fix to screen mode samely as avi.
    mpeg would be the worst because distortion is terrible for my 3D work.

    Thank you for your attention to my work always:)
    I hope you can enjoy now.
     

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    Yep, can see the wmv, file. but not the zip...? Thanks mate!:D

    I have a downloaded file somewhere that shows your short section plus some additional footage of Amagi...
     
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    Wayne, please try -

    1. Download and save "Kure1945_3D_Amagi_VIDEO_TS.zip" on desktop.
    2. Open the zip file to produce "Kure1945_3D_Amagi_VIDEO_TS" folder on the same place.
    3. Open the Kure1945_3D_Amagi_VIDEO_TS folder to find "VTS_01_0.IFO" file.

    This is the target file. Click it. Windows Media Player will catch it.

    In my case, the media player version is "9 series" which can catch the file.
    If you have DVD player, it will also be able to catch the file.

    I hope you can catch it well.

    <I have a downloaded file somewhere that shows your short section plus some additional footage of Amagi...>

    I eager to see it Wayne:shock:
    I'll be happy to wait.

    I have ever been to Adelaide about twenty five years before, just the year when you had a big bush fire.
    It was a clean, calm and fantastic city.
    Good day!
     
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    Ok, followed your instructions and got to see it, Thanks Shinpachi!:D

    I will get my daughter to edit the file so I can post the Amagi piece, it is about 30 seconds of a 7 minute file that is 76mB.

    Ah, glad you have been to our fair city, glad you liked your visit, and yes we have had some pretty serious bushfires here...not very nice!
     
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    Thank you Wayne for your kindness.
    Please tell my best thanks to your brilliant daughter!
     
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    Well done Shinpachi!
     
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    Thank you v2. I'm glad you can enjoy too.

    Attached image is Port Kure 2008 in stereo-view from Google Earth.
    I always think of the best assortments of pictures or CG images.
    Please enjoy:)
     

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    My previous 3D CG works.

    A6M2 Mitsubishi Zero
    Tail landing gear of A6M Mitsubishi Zeros
    Suicide rocket attacker OHKA

    Making stereo-view was easy on 3d CG works.
    "Amagi" is my first challenge on a historic film.
     

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  11. Wayne Little

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    Nice work on the Zero and Ohka, Shinpachi!

    Ok here is the Amagi file courtesy of my daughter's assistance, took a while but finally got it to load...
     

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    Thank you Wayne! This is PERFECT:shock:
    My eyes open WIDE on the 1945 scene.
    This will be a good material for me with no doubt.

    Please tell my best regards to your ...speedy-job(I create this word) daughter!
    Thank you very much.
     
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    Coupled a pair of shots to stereo-view:)
     

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    Geographic view of Hiroshima, Kure and Mitsuko-jima(Mitsuko Island=Amagi sunken place).

    This has been a good opportunity for me to learn how it was soon after the war over. Thank you.
     

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    I've told her and You're welcome, Shinpachi.

    Are you aware that IJN Katsuragi was moored at the same Island just above and to the right of the top end, of where you have placed your circle?
     
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    Good question Wayne!

    As far as I checked about Katsuragi here, it was said camouflaged perfectly with imitation houses and even roads(!) on the deck. I do not know how it was on unseen part of the island of the film but the my circled structure seems:confused: ......doesn't it?
     

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    Katsuragi and Amagi at one stage were both camouflaged with trees, buildings and roads.
    The area you have circled, I think it is a building structure of some kind.
    Katsuragi is off to the right at the other end of Mitsuko-jima.
    I will scan a couple of images for you to see their relative positions.
     
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    Much impressed with your very detailed knowledge about IJN vessels. I myself have only found a shot of picture of Katsuragi with big crack on the deck. ttp://pds.exblog.jp/pds/1/200709/29/83/d0002883_1252867.jpg

    OK I will wait for your further information.
    I don't dislike this kind of research either:)
    Thank you.
     

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    Good shot! you can still see some of the camo pattern on the flight deck.

    I'm sure I have this shot...somewhere, will check later when I get home from work.
     
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