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#1 WEPaul

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Posted 26 October 2011 - 11:41 PM

I have a samsung PN50C675 3D TV (bought November 2010), and a samsung 3D blu-ray player, and bought the Fujifilm finepix W3 10MP 3D camera.  According to samsung and other reviews I have read, samsung is not compatible with the Fuji camera, due to Fuji has MPO files, which Samsung does not have this type of file.  BUT with Roxio, I can input the MPO file from my Fuji into the Roxio Creator 2011 program, and change the output to .avi (or Mpeg) file, so I can play it as a 3D file on my Samsung Tv and player.  Am I correct?  Please let me know.  Thank you, sir.  My email is: wellendowedpaul@yahoo.com.  -PAUL A.  (P.S. I plan on buying the Roxio Creator PRO 2012)

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Posted 26 October 2011 - 11:43 PM

I have a samsung PN50C675 3D TV (bought November 2010), and a samsung 3D blu-ray player, and bought the Fujifilm finepix W3 10MP 3D camera.  According to samsung and other reviews I have read, samsung is not compatible with the Fuji camera, due to Fuji has MPO files, which Samsung does not have this type of file.  BUT with Roxio, I can input the MPO file from my Fuji into the Roxio Creator 2011 program, and change the output to .avi (or Mpeg) file, so I can play it as a 3D file on my Samsung Tv and player.  Am I correct?  Please let me know.  Thank you, sir.  My email is: wellendowedpaul@yahoo.com.  -PAUL ASKEDALL  (P.S. I plan on buying the Roxio Creator PRO 2012)

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Posted 26 October 2011 - 11:45 PM

I have a samsung PN50C675 3D TV (bought November 2010), and a samsung 3D blu-ray player, and bought the Fujifilm finepix W3 10MP 3D camera.  According to samsung and other reviews I have read, samsung is not compatible with the Fuji camera, due to Fuji has MPO files, which Samsung does not have this type of file.  BUT with Roxio, I can input the MPO file from my Fuji into the Roxio Creator 2011 program, and change the output to .avi (or Mpeg) file, so I can play it as a 3D file on my Samsung Tv and player.  Am I correct?  Please let me know.  Thank you, sir.  My email is: wellendowedpaul@yahoo.com.  -PAUL A.  (I plan on buying the Roxio Creator PRO 2012)

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Posted 27 October 2011 - 01:12 AM

Paul,

There's no point in scattering identical messages all over the forums. Please stick with this one topic, thanks.
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Posted 27 October 2011 - 01:16 AM

Perhaps you can get better help  by going here and asking a question about the TV and Player.   .  #3d Forum  There is a section on 3D video equipment.

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Edited by sknis, 27 October 2011 - 01:22 AM.

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