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Rendering Stereoscopic 360 footage with EEVEE

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AndyBay writes:

In this fast paced video tutorial we'll take a look at an easy way of rendering 360 stereoscopic footage out of Blender EEVEE. This footage can then be made suitable for Youtube VR and headsets like Oculus Quest.

7 Comments

  1. Hi,

    I tried to install this addon to latest 2.83 but it does not work.
    I had use your youtube links you'd provided

    Any help if this add on only works for older version of 2.83? and not the latest currently on Blender home site?

    By the way, love the domino effect

    • The tutorial was recorded with 2.83.5 so it works with that . Make sure you look for the addon under the "testing" tab in the addons area after installing the python file,

  2. Hi .. mine version is 2.83.5.
    Even under "testing" tab as shown in your tutorial .. still does not shows this preference installed.

    I suppose I wait for the next upgrade version to see if it works later.
    Thanks for returning a respond.

      • Hi .. thanks .. here's the OBS Studio recording (my first time using this :))

        https://streamable.com/uba9u4

        It shows how I install it in my Blender 2.8.5 (shown on lower corner).
        I extract the eeVee addon from your youtube link to github.
        Still can't see this addon install on "testing" tab .. nor can I find a menu in N-menu bar.

        Appreciate advice please.

        • Okay I can see the issue: you can't just select the master zip-package for the install. You need to unzip first and only select the VRRenderer.py file!

          • Thanks .. hmm thought addon are mostly install from zip file.
            Well got it working now.
            Just realise that this rendering takes extremely long time .. I guess I don't have a GPU that explain it?
            Well wait till I have a higher up upgrade in X'mas to try this out again :(

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