Sunday, 16 September 2012

House on Haunted Hill 3D (anaglyph version)

You can now watch a low bitrate anaglyph version of my sample 3D conversion on YouTube for free.

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Thursday, 25 August 2011

I have decided to stop the 3D conversion of House on Haunted Hill for an indefinite period. The reason for this decision is that this conversion is proving to be too laborious for me to complete.  After converting the whole of Carnival of Souls and then spending several months on this conversion, I have grown tired of the whole conversion process and don't enjoy doing it anymore. I also have other projects on the go. Thus far, I have converted the first 12 minutes of  House on Haunted Hill.

Buy Carnival of Souls 3D and you can also download my exclusive 12 minute (11:52 mins exactly) 3D conversion (side by side format) of House on Haunted Hill for free.

Alternatively, you can just buy and download the House on Haunted Hill sample for a small fee of £1:00 ($1.60 approx )

To buy and download this exclusive 12 minute 3D conversion of House on Haunted Hill, click the "Buy Now" button below. Once payment is received, you will be sent an E-Mail with the direct link to my Digital Vault.

Details of 12 minute sample


AVI MS-MPEG4 V1 codec(side by side format 1440 x 480 res)

Bitrate 5218kbps

29 frames/second

Length 11:52


16 bit PCM


Size 453 Mb

Price £1:00 ($1.60 approx)

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Added a new anaglyph sample on the Storyboard Four page

Please note, although ghosting is often visible in these compressed anaglyph samples, the original side by side versions do not have any ghosting when viewed on a properly calibrated 3D system)

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Added new page "Depth Map Samples"......

Saturday, 29 January 2011

Looking back over the past few months, I feel that converting Carnival of Souls 3D was like an apprenticeship and hopefully everything that I learnt from that experience, both good and bad, will be put to good use during this project. I am hoping to make this "House" conversion far superior to my first effort. There will be a different approach. Primarily, I am going to use the 3D version of "House of Wax" (also starring Vincent Price) as a blueprint for the level of parallax and 3D depth that I want to achieve. "House on Haunted Hill", similarily to "House of Wax" has several scenes set within spacious rooms and deep receding coridoors. I am hoping to achieve, or at least get close to, the same level of 3D depth that can be seen in the Waxwork museum scenes which look great. I don't feel like I quite achieved that level of depth with "Carnival" apart from maybe a dozen or so standout scenes that worked really nicely. That may have been down to a number of lack of experience, limitations of the software or the fact that I took short cuts to save time. This time round I am determined to improve things. I will be doing more test scenes on "Haunted" and before I start creating the final animated depth maps, I intend to quality test the 3D effect of each scene first and make sure it looks as good as it can. I will be spending more time on trying to position the characters and objects within their own unique stereo window to get that desired layered depth. "House of Wax" has a wonderful look to it and each object is very clearly positioned to give a great sense of space. It looks excellent in 3D. I hope "Haunted" will match it in some way.

Go to my "Storyboard" pages to read regular progress reports and to see sample 3D pictures.

Please support this project by buying Carnival of Souls 3D. Customers who buy it may be eligible for a discount on "House on Haunted Hill 3D" once it is completed. Thank you

(Please bear in mind that all 3D images found here represent just one frame of thousands that have been converted)