Photoshop CS6: Looking for documentation of 3D Lenticular Settings

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Where is any info at all regarding the Lenticular settings in Photoshop CS6 Extended? I can't find anything!! All that's out there involves CS4 or 5.
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Posted 6 years ago

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NOTHING? Not a single response?
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Nothing has changed in the Lenticular functionality since that time. The help that is out there is relevant even in current releases.

http://russellbrown.com/3D.html
http://tv.adobe.com/watch/creative-sw...
and others...

What are you looking for specifically with regards to the settings? We'll try to get you answers ASAP.
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Thanks for the response. much appreciated.

That's all for what, CS4?
Everything's been revamped. I've created thousands of lenticular DVD covers and other things for the Disney Movie Club and other companies. But I use proprietary software for doing the interlacing and screening. I add all the 3d by creating displacement maps in my layered Photoshop and applying them to the individual elements in After Effects (to give them volume) and placing them at specific points, then render out about a dozen frames. It would be nice to also incorporate 3d models, pick specific lens from manufactures, pitch of the lens, choose viewing distances, etc. Right now the settings are a bit confusing.
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By the way, i also have the book, 3D in Photoshop, but it's already outdated.