Hopefully this is not a big ask or a no-no ask, but I'm brand new to this, and from what I've researched, it is possible to generate stereoscopic animations. Looking through the settings it's not readily apparent how to do so.
I've got http://wiki.mandelbulber.com/index.php?title=Getting_Started
for how to create animations, but for someone brand new to all of this it's a little bit of a struggle.
What I'm asking for is this: Does anyone have a configuration type file example that I can load into Mandlebulber that will set up an example fractal and flyby in stereoscopic mode that I can just click 'render' (or whatever) and have such an animation created (with whatever notes for anything I'd need to do outside of the config file) So I can see how my machine does at making one, to decide if I want to spend the time figuring out all the details to create my own? I looked through the example files that came with my 1.11 install (windows 64 bit) but there was only one animation file and it didn't seem to do anything at all when I loaded it.
And if I'm missing something or way off track, I'd appreciate being pointed in the right direction. I'm under the impression, after trying to follow the wiki getting started page, that it's not as simple as having one file that can be loaded to set it all up, but I can't find any tutorial that walks someone through creating their first animation step by step, and the getting started page on the wiki seems to assume I know a lot more than I do...