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Re: Can I use a 3D TV as a monitor for video editing?

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Michael HutchinsonRe: Can I use a 3D TV as a monitor for video editing?
by on Sep 15, 2011 at 11:46:12 pm

I think the reason you haven't received a response on this one is that there are so many variables involved that it's difficult to say for certain and nobody wants you going out spending $1,500 on a "monitor" that may not function in your workflow.

That said, I have used both passive and active 3DTVs with Final Cut and Neo3D by simply running a HDMI cable to the TV and using it as a second monitor and I've never had any problems. I've also seen people do this in Premiere.

I've never done this in Sony Vegas or on a PC, so I can't say for certain on your setup, but I'd guess it's entirely possible, though there may be a little trial and error in determining the right settings on your NLE and the TV) but the short answer in my humble opinion is yes. It should work fine...but just remember I've never tried it on your setup so take the endorsement with a grain of salt.

Best of luck!

Michael David Hutchinson

"That most limited of all specialists, the well-rounded man."--F. Scott Fitzgerald 'The Great Gatsby'


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