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3D Video From Sony Hdr-Td20V


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What does the free Playmore software do?

 

If you have a video on your computer, right click on it and see what the properties are listed or try codec checker or GSpot software to see what they list. I have an old/cheap AIptek 3D camcorder and it records in mp4 3D. Creator 2012- Edit Video Advanced will work with the file. I just tried.

 

Do you have Creator or similar software already?

 

More: Creator has the ability to edit 3D video depending on the format. I can't tell from the Sony site what the format really is.

 

This is from the Roxio 3D help menu: Ignore any links in the copied text below.

 

Adding 3D video and photos to a 3D production

 

To correctly import a 3D video into VideoWave, you must know its 3D format. You can often learn the format from the company or website where you obtained the movie. Sometimes the format is included in the file name. And sometimes you can tell just by looking at the file in a movie player.

Here’s some basic information about some of the 3D file formats VideoWave supports:

 

Side-by-side, Left/Right: The left-eye and right-eye images are placed side-by-side in a single frame with no overlap. The left-eye image appears on the left.

Side-by-side, Right/Left: The left-eye and right-eye images are placed side-by-side in a single frame with no overlap. The left-eye image appears on the right.

Top/Bottom, Left/Right: The left-eye image is placed above the right-eye image in a single frame. The images do not overlap.

Top/Bottom, Right/Left: The left-eye image is placed below the right-eye image in a single frame. The images do not overlap.

Anaglyph (Red/Cyan): The left-eye and right-eye images are placed on top of each other and are slightly offset in a single frame. The images overlap. No special hardware is required to view anaglyph movies except for a pair of inexpensive red/cyan glasses.

Fuji 3D file: A proprietary format used by Fuji’s 3D cameras.

RealD file: A proprietary format supported by most 3D-compatible television sets.

 

 

There are two choices:

 

1) Buy the latest version of Creator (NXT) from the Roxio/Corel web site. Try it. If it doesn't work, turn it in for a refund.

2) Upload a couple of seconds of a video clip to a free file sharing site like UpforDown. Someone (probably more than one) will download it, try it and let you know how or if it works.

Edited by sknis
Added that Creator -Video Wave works
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