when i did as you did, used "3d file correction" to change the input files to half width L/R, it started working correctly, albeit an extremely large file. (about 30 Gig. for 2hr 41min)
i may be able to burn it to a 50G bluray disk?? for playback??
but my new one did not have a border, like your screen shot.
not in the preview anyway.
can hardly wait to get home and see if it worked.
the only diff. i can see is that you chose H.264/both where i chose "All".
actually, my friend Darrell was the tech. while i was in the play.
he used my i2.
i've not looked to see how well he did framing his shots.
i think he was mostly concerned with getting the whole stage in the frame.
he did say he was going to try to use the zoom to get tighter on the solo.
i have found that the camera does not do very well at large distances, not even with zoom, as it is software not hardware.
all i can say about video card software is that i have the CUDA and Vision settings active.
this means i can use the extra processors of the video card for processing the conversion, and, output 3d to my tv.
do you have videowave using the extra processors on the video card?
do you think it could be the cyberlink bluray/3d drivers that might be having an adverse effect on the rendering process?
(bluray drive came with special PowerDVD that plays bluray 3d)
i guess i could post an image of that install disk for you to test with.
btw, i play George Read, the little golden boy in the front, if you were wondering.