I'm producing several stereoscopic films in 720P at 24 fps. In order to project them for audiences, I need to synchronize fullscreen QuickTime playback (in 24 FPS, 720P H.264) from 2 powerbooks or the dual DVI outputs from a Power Mac G5. This is currently a stumbling block that I'm trying to overcome in order to develop a platform for lowcost, immersive, HD sterescopic film presentation. I'm looking for a simple solution that doesn't require a huge software programming or development effort. I've tried some of the obvious solutions; setting a time for 2 QT windows to launch and play, spreading one large QT movie over 2 screens and cropping the controls, etc. None so far have been frame accurate enough. I really need the playback to be absolutely frame accurate (at least to the frame level, 1/24th of a second). I would love to have this on a G5 (or dual powerbooks is another possibility), since my entire workflow is Mac and QuickTime is a lot nicer to work with.
Can Jitter and Max do this? Anyone know of any other way?
Just getting frame accurate playback of 2 HD QuickTime streams from the dual DVI outputs of an NVIDIA card in a G5 would be a huge leap forward....
Here?s a test movie that I made (very compressed!!)