Stereoscopic Video Coding

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3D Video Coding is one of the processing stages required to manifest stereoscopic content into a home. There are three techniques which are used to achieve stereoscopic video[citation needed]:

  1. Color shifting (anaglyph)
  2. Pixel subsampling (side-by-side, checkerboard, quincunx)
  3. Enhanced video stream coding (2D+Delta, 2D+Metadata, 2D plus depth)

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