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Sony 3D Files

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Let's split this off as it is really a different subject ;)

 

What specific camcorder?

 

Are there any samples of these files available that we could download?

 

If not, can you post a few short ones, 5 seconds or so on a download source like UpForDown? LINK

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I found this when Googling for and reading about MVC 3D video files. Perhaps you can try it or find somehting similar. Converter to AVI

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I can render them to 3D mpg files (side by side), then they work but that double work and time consuming especially when you have many mvc files following a weeks holiday etc.

 

Maybe I'll buy Magix Edit Pro 2013 which I believe can work directly with mvc files

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Do you have a short clip that we can upload to see if we can do it Wit Creator NXT? No more than 5 or so seconds would be enough.

 

Did you look at Corel Video Studio? See this.

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Yes Corel X5 will see and indentify these mvc files OK,

 

But once you add a transition, title etc it renders the output as 2D only with the option to simulate 3D. It sees all the transitions, titles etc as 2D objects only

 

and so again you have to convert the mvc to a 3D mpg side by side file and treat as 2D in Corel (same problem as Roxio)

 

Why not, same company

 

Wonder if Pinnacle 16 is the same

 

I can't send a short 5 sec mvc file because if I try to trim a file it is then rendered as a side by side 3D mpg file. There is no option for rendering an mvc file on the PC. I would have to create one directly on the Sony HDR TD20VE Camcorder

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So you can do that?

 

If your logic held, then it would be similar. Corel owns Pinnacle !

 

All three programs are different. Have you tried them or are you just going by hearsay? Read this.

Edited by sknis

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you don't have to trim to make 5 sec samples.

 

Point your camcorder out the window and press Record!

 

count to 5...

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I have a JVC MVC file and MyDVD doesn't have an option for this type. MyDVD will import, but the video image is squished regardless of which 3D option I choose. These files are not side by side, half-width , etc. It's a fairly new format. Although Creator NXT Pro just came out, not much has changed in the Video applications from the previous version.

 

The MVC was designed so 2D editors can still open one stream to edit as a 2D project. Previous format didn't. From what I have read, MVC is now part of the Bluray 3D standard.

 

Videowave and MyDVD will open the MVC I have as a 2D video just fine, but not as 3D.

Edited by ggrussell

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Magix work well with these files. I have used it to edit Sony HDR-TD30V files. So far the only 3D output that works for me is side by side WMV, but I am still learning.

 

I bought Roxio NXT for RealD output, but found out NXT doesn't do RealD anymore (even though the online tutorials show RealD). I also can't render my 3D video for editing in Roxio. I think I wasted my money on NXT.

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Magix work well with these files. I have used it to edit Sony HDR-TD30V files. So far the only 3D output that works for me is side by side WMV, but I am still learning.

 

I bought Roxio NXT for RealD output, but found out NXT doesn't do RealD anymore (even though the online tutorials show RealD). I also can't render my 3D video for editing in Roxio. I think I wasted my money on NXT.

 

If you bought NXT directly from the Roxio on-line store, you can return it within 30 days of purchase.

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I purchased Cyberlink PowerDirector 11 yesterday. It works well with my 3D M2TS files loaded from a Sony HDR-TD30V. I was able to easily burn a BluRay 3D disc and play on my Vizio XVT3D650SV via a LG BP620C BluRay player.

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