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I'm trying to watch a video in 3D using cross-eyed mode however it seems that the video is being rendered incorrectly. I used to be able to see videos cross-eyed because the two videos would be the same, however in this case (and all others I've tried), it appears that the video is sliced in two and the parts' positions swapped.

Can anyone confirm if this is intended functionality, a bug, or something wrong on my end? Thanks.

This is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLIimU9NYyg

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It's already linked; I'll make it more visible. –  Jurgen Camilleri May 29 '13 at 15:27
So this video is definitely not the classic split for youtube cross-eyed 3D mode... I don't know enough about stereoscopy, though, to say whether or not this is an 'alternative method' for achieving a 3D effect. –  batpigandme May 29 '13 at 17:25

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