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Zahoor SakharkarRe: splitting MVC files
by on Feb 16, 2012 at 8:15:43 pm

Hello Antonio.
to convert sony td10 footage into 3dbluray disc.
1) Create a project with these project settings (File /Properties..)
a) if using PAL/NTSC then width=1920 height 1080, field order none (progressive)
B)Frame has to be DOUBLE PAL (50fps) or DOUBLE NTSC (60fps)- this is very important otherwise it will render in 2D only.
c)Stereoscopic 3D mode can be anyformat but NOT OFF. This must not be set OFF. any other format has no bearing on the final bluray output.
d)IMport your td10 clips on the timeline. Check in the project window that the properties for files reads "pair with next stream". ie when you right clip on a media and click properties the stereoscopic 3d mode should be "pair with next stream".
e) edit as usual. if you want to put chapter points on the disc then hit M on the timeline for eacg marker.
f) To render the 3d bluray disc, goto tools/burn disc/burn bluray disc. In the video template you should only see 3 settings, use the 1280x720 settings (either 50fps for pal or 60fps for ntsc). I personally do not use the 1920x1080 (24fps) as this creates a lag in one eye when there is a scene change and you are using a passive 3d display.
g) If you keep your timeline under 2 hours you can create an iso image to fill a 25gb bluray.
h) Once the iso is created, using nero or image burn or any other program that burns iso image files to disc.

If there are any errors in these instructions please free to contribute


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