File ingested media must be named appropriately with left eye and right eye and S3D Channel and S3D group Name information and S3D Inversion prior to transcoding
In Master Clip Bin set up a bin setting that has all the S3D settings turned on
Choose All/None so that "None" settings are selected
Next choose all the S3D settings available.
Save as a bin setting to save time to use throughout your project
Save Bin setting as 3D Bin Settings or whatever you choose
Now you can select the 3D settings on any bin
Next set the "S3D channel " to left eye or right eye depending on the clip
Make sure the root name of the clips is the same.
Select all the clips in the Master Clips bin and choose to Populate S3D Group Name automatically – this only works if you have left, right after the same clip root name.
If you get this error then you names are not correct on the master clips. Double check the root names match
And then you might have to do this step matching pairs at a time. Ex: only do Scene 25B Take 5 Left and Right – Then S3d names should populate.
Make sure the .S3D Group names are all populated
The Next step is to Consolidate and or Transcode your AMA footage
Select all your clips in the bin to Consolidate
Go to >Clip
Choose to "Consolidate"
Choose to Relink Master Clips to media on the target drive
AutoSync your "Leading Eye or Left Eye" ONLY with the double system workflow
Sync only the Left Eye of all the clips and the corresponding audio
Both clips need to be in the same bin and select both video and audio clips and choose > Bin > AutoSync
In our example the timecode matches on both video and audio however ordinarily you will use in points
Resulting will be a synced clip like this
Change the S3D channel so that we will use the left eye that was just synced with the audio
Next change the group name to the same group name of the "Right" eye.
Paste the name in the autosynced subclips S3D group name so both the newly created "Left" eye synced with audio has the same group name as the "Right" eye
Change the "S3D Inversion" Vertical and Horizontal if you shot with a Stereoscopic Rig
Select the autosynced "Left" eye and the matching "Right" eye
Right click on selected master clips in the bin and choose to "create stereoscopic clips"
Chose a Bin to save the stereoscopic clips
That is it a stereoscopic clip or clips are made continue to use these clips as you would use any master clip in AVID.