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Is it possible to create 3D Blu-rays with Creator 2012 Pro? All I see for disc selection is DVD formats.

 

Nope, you can make a 3D DVD or a 3D AVCHD but not a 3D blu-ray. You can get arounf 80 minutes on a 2 layer AVCHD DVD.

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Any reason as to why Roxio does not implement 3D on Blu-Ray. 3D videos are so large to start with, why be restricted to a 8.7GB DL DVDs? Is there a technical reason or is it just a matter of priority. Maybe 2013?

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Any reason as to why Roxio does not implement 3D on Blu-Ray. 3D videos are so large to start with, why be restricted to a 8.7GB DL DVDs? Is there a technical reason or is it just a matter of priority. Maybe 2013?

 

You will have to ask Roxio that question. We are just users of the software.

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I am curious, do you actually have a 3D BD Production that exceeds the 80 minutes that a AVCHD on an 8.5 GB disc can give you???

 

It sounds more like you are complaining about a problem that you don't really have :huh:

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I absolutely do. Every one of my vacvation HD 2D video has traditionally occupied 2-3 BD disks (25GB each) with Creator. I just picked up a 3D camcorder and TV and am wondering if it was worth the expense.

 

On another note, I just took my 3D footage and created a 3D (16:9) MPEG2 HD 1080p file in Videowave. Then I inserted this file into a 2D BD project in MyDVD and burned a disk. It worked. I guess my question is that, why do we even need the 3D option in MyDVD to create menus. Why can't we create 2D menus in BD and use 3D rendered files in Videowave? Am I missing something here?

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On another note, I just took my 3D footage and created a 3D (16:9) MPEG2 HD 1080p file in Videowave. Then I inserted this file into a 2D BD project in MyDVD and burned a disk. It worked. I guess my question is that, why do we even need the 3D option in MyDVD to create menus. Why can't we create 2D menus in BD and use 3D rendered files in Videowave? Am I missing something here?

Most likely you are :lol:

 

I am running some tests now (takes time) but it is more likely you that you don't really have a 3D BD but rather a file that you Player wil play but others cannot <_<

 

Look at the disc with Windows Explorer and it would be really great if you could post a picture here ;) (instructions on how are HERE)

 

This is what a 'proper' BD looks like on a disc:

 

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Why can't we create 2D menus in BD and use 3D rendered files in Videowave? Am I missing something here?
Suppose that depends on how you created the '3D rendered files'. There are several different ways to create 3D.

 

If you choose 1080 side by side, technically that is a just a 2D file with left and right views at half width. But it's still just 1080 so can easily be burned like a 2D Bluray disc. In this case, you may have to set your TV to 3D manually.

 

A 3D Bluray is a specific format and it could be a licensing issue why Roxio doesn't support it. Hopefully the next version will fully support all 3D formats for burning.

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