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Stereo video is dramatically changing the landscape of the movie industry. As more and more feature films are shot entirely in 3D, we propose a method to improve the color fidelity of stereo video by adjusting the exposure of the stereo cameras individually. By effectively transferring the technology used in high dynamic range imaging to stereo video, we are able to enhance the contrast and the perceived quality of both video channels, while still only requiring a single shot. The efficient use of SIFT descriptors makes this method easily adaptable to any stereoscopic video and removes the main drawbacks of both stereo video and traditional high dynamic range imaging.