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Hello, I have several movies recorded in the "interlaced" 3D format, which I can split the channels into the individual left and right channel movies. Any way to import these into MyDVD, and splice them back in the RealD format? Better yet, any way to change them natively from interlaced to RealD?

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Hello, I have several movies recorded in the "interlaced" 3D format, which I can split the channels into the individual left and right channel movies. Any way to import these into MyDVD, and splice them back in the RealD format? Better yet, any way to change them natively from interlaced to RealD?

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RealD_Cinema

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Sorry I took so long...

 

VideoWave does not really care what they Were...

 

Just load any format you have and output them with what you want.

 

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But spliting them apart is really the hardest way to do it and nearly impossible to put back together with Roxio! :huh:

 

Actually "Interlaced" 3D is NOT in Videowave. All the other formats are (even Anaglyph), but not the old Interlaced format (commonly found on many 3D DVDs). Videowave wouldn't make it right, or would it?

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Am I reading this right, you want to work with 3D movies from a DVD/ If they are commercial DVD, that is illegal in most parts of the world. Any processes can't be discussed here.

 

If these are NOT DRM protected, I apologize.

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Sorry but there nmay be cases when writing 3d to dvd's may be legall. Fx. when You write down homemade 3ds(yes-yes that is possible), so can we continue discussing without fear?

 

Yes, you can discuss as long and in as much detail as you want AS LONG AS THEY ARE NOT DRM protected and copyrighted.

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