There is no need to be rebooting the camcorder. Please! Keep it simple.
Let's start in the everything off position
Step 1 Connect the TD10 camcorder to your hdmi cable and to one of the hdmi inputs. I have mine connected to the side hdmi.
2. turn on your Vizio TV.
3. You should see "No Signal"
4. Select the proper hdmi input with the remote control. I select #3 hdmi side.
5. Now open your TD10 screen to turn it on with the back 2D-3D switch already in 3D mode. LEAVE THE SWITCH IN 3D! Stop the monkey business with that switch when you are tying to watch the 3D clips. You are still fixed on trying to make this hard.
6. IN about 5 seconds the No signal will switch to "3D signal detected and you need to quickly select Yes to watch in 3D. You will see the TD10 live camera and if you selected YES you will get a warning to wear your 3D glasses. select OK. With them on you will see live camera in 3D.
7. Now assume you did nothing and the TV remained in 2D mode- Fix it this way-
Power down the TV and back up again. Another way is to just power down the set wait 10 seconds and back on, select the proper hdmi input and get signal. be sure to select the YES for 3D and say OK to the wear glasses advisory.
Now you have the TD10 live camera on 3D. On the TD10 screen you can select the play button in the lower left screen and get your menu of 3D clips. Select one and watch in 3D. The menus are in 2D but when the clip launches it will play in 3D
Note best to leave the Vizio in 3D Sensio mode all the time unless you are specifically playing SBS or TB video in 3D.
You were whining about having to pl;ay the 3D on your camcorder. Well, if that is all you have then that is the only way you'll be able to watch 3D. The next best way to watch archived 3D video is with BluRay BD-R. For theis the easiest way is to use Vegas Platinum HD V11. You can connect your TD10 to a powerful computer capable of handling the 3D MVC clips using a USB cable and port the video clips to Vegas. Then burn the clips to a disk. Connect a 3D BD-R player to your monitor and play your stuff that way. The third way is to get the clips on a very powerful computer using a 3D secondary monitor output and play the clips from inside Vegas timeline. So far no one has reported using a computer than can play 3D video in full resolution continuously so this method will require a very powerful computer.