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3D Stock Video Available Online at Sequences3D

A new stock video footage web site is available at (Briancon, France). Over 2,400 shots are already available. Sequences are indexed and over 1,400 keywords are usable for direct access to specific shots. All shots are available for purchase and online download.

The manager, Michel Toupet, is a French photographer specialised in panoramic photography and 3D stereoscopic video. He is also a real fan of alpine mountains...

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Technical Parameters

At Sequences3D large interaxial sequences are shot on a parallel rig (IoD from 260 mm to 1200 mm) fitted with a pair of Canon EOS 5D MkII. Closeups are shot with a JVC pro GY-HMZ1E camera (IoD 26 mm). Alpine landscape still pictures are sometime shot with interaxial distances over 100m (300').

Stereoscopic shots are provided in PRORES format with separated left and right files. Side-by-side and other codecs are also available on demand. Stills shot with Canon EOS 5D cameras are of course in higher resolution. and provided in TIFF or JPG format.

The Parallax budget is in the usal range (i.e. below 3.5%) with very few elements in negative space (in front of the screen).

Georeferenced video

All sequences and photos are georeferenced which allows you to search by proximity in addition to conventional search by keywords. New footage and pictures are added regularly and the "Control panel" page shows a list of recent updates. For each media, the exact location of the shooting is available and can be displayed on a map or satellite view. Georeferencing allows for a search to find other media filmed nearby.


Sequences3D uses proggies2go to visualize the sequences in the most usual 3D stereoscopic playback modes but also in 2D.

Direct access by keywords

The impressive searck keywords list is directly accessible here.


Pricing is on request but you may purchase most stereoscopic video sequences for 300 € (all rights included) Visit for more info.

If you are interested in  (very) large panoramic pictures, you will also visit Michel Toupet's web site (in French).