2D Trailer for ‘Westonbirt, The National Arboretum

Posted on 23. Mar, 2013 by in Environment & Nature, Featured, Tourism

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iworkfilms write:

A preview of the Westonbirt Arboretum DVD presented in full colour 2D format. The full DVD is available to buy online at http://www.iworkfilms.com/westonbirt

More about Westonbirt here.

The DVD is a virtual visit to Westonbirt, The National Arboretum. It includes two pairs of 3D glasses as well as a 2D version of the film. The film shows the arboretum through the seasons and offers you an insider’s view of the sights, sounds and activities at Westonbirt. It includes behind the scenes footage and special DVD extras that really bring Westonbirt, The National Arboretum to life. All filmed within the last year.

iworkfilms (who are based in Tetbury) have produced this film in support of Westonbirt Arboretum. £2 from the sale of each DVD will be donated to the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum (registered charity no 293190).

• Optional 3D and 2D Versions for Flat Screen TVs and Computers

The film plays in a standard DVD player and contains over 30 minutes of spectacular footage presented in traditional red/cyan anaglyph 3D format as well as in glorious 2D full colour.

There are two pairs of anaglyph 3D glasses included with the DVD so you can optionally view in 3D or 2D on any flat-screen television set or computer screen.

• Bonus High Definition 3D Version for Modern 3D Televisions

You’ll also find a special bonus 3D file on the DVD in high definition ‘side-by-side’ (h.264) 3D format which can be viewed on a modern 3D television when it is switched to side-by-side mode.

You simply need to copy the file from the DVD to a USB memory stick (using a computer) and then place the USB stick into the media slot on your 3D television. You can then wear the 3D glasses as supplied by your 3D TV manufacturer to watch the film in glorious full-colour 3D.

Enjoy Westonbirt through the seasons, discover the secrets of our magnificent trees and meet the people who care for our beautiful arboretum.


“I wholeheartedly recommend this film. The skilled filmmakers know the arboretum well and their care for it shows in this work. The carefully chosen subjects, the quality of the images and the insights from volunteers and staff are held seamlessly together by a joyful soundtrack composed by Steve Hilliker.” Louisa Lockwood, Editor, The Westonbirt Magazine

DVD available to buy online at http://www.iworkfilms.com/westonbirt

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