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Editing 3D Video from the JVC Camcorder

I've been jotting down notes on this process over the last month. In the next few days, I'll flesh out this guide with screen grabs and fuller explanations. The goal is to provide a clear and concise guide on how to produce 3D Blu-ray iso files and discs from footage shot with the JVC GS-TD1 camcorder.

I'll try to keep all the relevant information right up front, so anyone who's interested doesn't have to go "panning for the gold" among the countless pages of posts that a topic like this often generates.

This is a work in progress.

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Editing JVC Side by Side 3D clips in Sony Vegas
Editing JVC MVC clips in Sony Vegas

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At present, there are only a few methods for editing 3D footage from the JVC GS-TD1. The one with the greatest flexibility, and the one that will allow you to create 3D Blu-ray discs of the highest quality, is Sony Vegas Pro (version 10e, as of July 10, 2011). Undoubtedly, alternative programs will be released in the future.

Sony Vegas Pro is a professional editing package, so it's not cheap. And, as with any NLE (non-linear editor), the learning curve can be steep. Therefore, this tutorial will take you through only the basics. You will be provided with some original clips shot with the JVC camcorder, other original materials and a sample Vegas project. You will then be given step by step instructions on how to create your own 3D Blu-ray disc. You can download trial versions of the programs you will need, to find out if this process is something you might like to pursue.

Here's what you'll need for editing your JVC side by side clips: (half resolution 3D)

Software:

Sony Vegas Pro, version 10d
ImgBurn (free)

Hardware:

A later model computer with adequate hard drive storage space, and a Blu-ray burner.

In addition, here's what else you'll need to be able to edit JVC MVC (mp4) clips: (full resolution HD 3D)

Software:

MVCtoAVI Converter (to split the JVC mp4 clips into left and right files)
GoPro (Cineform) Neo

Hardware:

A more powerful computer with ample RAM and even more (and faster) hard drive storage space.


Here are the general steps you will use to create a 3D Blu-ray disc from JVC video shot in Side by Side mode:

1. Record footage in side by side mode on the JVC GS-TD1.
2. Transfer the 3D video clips to your computer.
3. Organize your project into folders.
4. Set up Sony Vegas Pro for 3D editing.
5. Import the 3D clips into Vegas.
6. Add clips to the timeline and identify them as side by side.
7. Add fade in and dissolve effects.
8. Raise and lower sound levels and crossfade audio; mute audio; split audio and video in the timeline.
9. Add music.
10. Add 3D titles.
11. Set up Vegas to output the highest quality 3D Blu-ray discs.
12. Create a 3D Blu-ray iso file.
13. Burn a 3D Blu-ray disc from an iso file using ImgBurn, or burn directly from within Vegas.

Additional Steps for Editing JVC MVC (mp4) video: highest quality 3D

1. Splitting mp4 clips into left/right stereo pairs using MVCtoAVI Converter.
2. Importing and pairing left/right files in Vegas.
3. Muxing stereo pairs into Cineform intermediate 3D files for import into Vegas.
4. Making adjustments to 3D files in Neo FirstLight.

3D Shooting Tips:

1. Use a tripod, image stabilization or "Steadicam" device.
2. Use the "funnel technique."
3. Frame objects in the foreground, middle ground and background.
4. Don't shoot foreground objects too close.
5. Shoot longer shots.
6. Avoid "whip pans"; smooth and steady goes it.

3D Editing Tips:

1. Preview your project primarily in left eye only mode.
2. Don't do a lot of fast cut editing.

Viewing 3D Blu-ray iso files in 3D without burning them to disc:

Hardware:

An nVidia GeForce 400 or higher series video card
An HDMI 1.4 capable 3D TV

Software:

Slysoft Virtual Clone Drive
PowerDVD 11

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can't you make a quick tutorial on youtube about this,
specifically about the converter..
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can't you make a quick tutorial on youtube about this,
specifically about the converter..
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Wow! The first post to this thread. That didn't take long. biggrin.gif

I'll never use the converter for JVC files again. Grass Valley Edius 6.5 is the best editing solution for JVC TD1 owners who want to be able to edit their native mp4 files at the full 34mbps. You still have to go through Vegas to burn the Blu-ray 3D disc, and so far I also let Vegas do the conversion from 60i to 24p. But to edit the video, the extra steps of going through MVCtoAVI and Cineform (or Matrox or any other intermediate) is not worth it to me. Try the Edius 6.5 31 day free trial. If you're like me, you won't look back.

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ok thanks, but i took all of my footage in side by side mode (accidentally)
is there a way to have full resolution?
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Sure there is, I think Joe explores that at the moment but he will end up with something like that

a) shoot with the TD1 in MVC 1080 60i mode
b) import that in Edius 6.5 and edit it
c) export from Edius 6.5 to sbs-full or top-bottom full with 1080 60i, better with 1080 60p
d) import that in Vegas and burn your 3D-BD with 1080 24p! biggrin.gif

Alternative: convert the footage with the Grass Valley AVCHD converter to the Canpus HQ codec and edit it in Vegas directly.

We still have to test that workflow, but I think it should work.

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Or you can import the TD1 clips directly into Vegas and designate each as stereoscopic side by side. Here's how:

Put the clip in the timeline.
Right click it.
Go to the bottom "Properties."
Select the "Media" tab.
Select "Stereoscopic Mode" and choose "Side by Side Half."

The clip will now appear as a normal 3D clip in Vegas. Vegas has never had a problem with JVC clips shot in side by side mode. They've worked from day one. You drop them in, edit, and then burn the Blu-ray 3D at full 1080/24p (or 720/60p). Vegas scales and plays such clips back extremely smoothly, so the editing goes very fast. If the quality were a little higher, I wouldn't hesitate to shoot a lot of projects this way. It would be a no-brainer. And the quality of JVC side by side seems to have improved with the most recent firmware upgrade.

If you shot accidentally in SbS (I've done that a couple of times, too smile.gif), you're good to go in Vegas Pro 11. smile.gif

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Sure that works - but you loose the half resolution.

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Yes, but his original footage was shot accidentally in SbS. He's lost half the resolution forever. Letting Vegas rescale it to Full HD 3D and burn the Blu-ray 3D seems like the best and simplest option to me. Am I missing something?

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Remember that unlike the Sony TD10, the JVC has a native SbS mode. You can simply extract those clips and drop them into the Vegas timeline. They're standard "2D" AVCHD clips, as far as Vegas is concerned. When you tell Vegas they're SbS, it goes happily about the business of treating them as regular 3D pairs. The problem has always been that Sony has chosen not to support the mp4 wrapper that JVC uses for the MVC clips.We've needed to do conversions with MVCtoAVI and Cineform to be able to edit mp4's. Edius supports JVC's mp4 MVC format natively.

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I forgot that I recently posted a workflow for converting JVC mp4 clips to the m2ts format that Vegas understands. It's tedious, but it works very well. Since you still need Vegas for the final burn anyway, it's a cheaper alternative to buying both Vegas and Edius, and it has the distinct advantage of creating files that are only very slightly larger than the mp4 originals. You'll need PowerDirector 10, though. It acts as the conversion utility. Here's the link to that post:


Converting JVC mp4 clips into m2ts files for use in Vegas.

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Or you can import the TD1 clips directly into Vegas and designate each as stereoscopic side by side. Here's how:
Put the clip in the timeline.
Right click it.
Go to the bottom "Properties."
Select the "Media" tab.
Select "Stereoscopic Mode" and choose "Side by Side Half."
The clip will now appear as a normal 3D clip in Vegas. Vegas has never had a problem with JVC clips shot in side by side mode. They've worked from day one. You drop them in, edit, and then burn the Blu-ray 3D at full 1080/24p (or 720/60p). Vegas scales and plays such clips back extremely smoothly, so the editing goes very fast. If the quality were a little higher, I wouldn't hesitate to shoot a lot of projects this way. It would be a no-brainer. And the quality of JVC side by side seems to have improved with the most recent firmware upgrade.
If you shot accidentally in SbS (I've done that a couple of times, too smile.gif), you're good to go in Vegas Pro 11. smile.gif

i have tried the stereoscopic mode whit my sbs files in sony vegas pro 10 but it doesn't work.. it is still side by side.
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Curios. I've never had a problem using SbS clips in Vegas 10 or 11 using this technique. Are you sure you're placing the clips into the timeline before you right click on them? As soon as you do, and you set the stereoscopic mode using the technique above, they should look and function just like full size 3D clips. The distorted SbS appearance goes away and they appear in the correct aspect ratio.

Try it again, following the steps very closely. If you still can't get it to work, describe EXACTLY what you're doing, step by step, and we'll see if we can find out how what you are doing is different. I don't see any reason you should be having an issue with this.

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ok that worked.
but when i burned it on a blu-ray disc and played it whit corel win dvd on my laptop from sony : VAIO F Series 3D.
it plays in side by side..
can you please give my some more information about the burning settings?
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i have tried the stereoscopic mode whit my sbs files in sony vegas pro 10 but it doesn't work.. it is still side by side.

You have to switch the project settings to a 3D mode too - maybe as sbs or whatever you need.

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When you start Vegas Pro, set up the project for 3D. Do this:

1. Go to "File>Properties..."

2. Under "Video" select the "Stereoscopic 3D mode:" Choose the method that works best for your system (such as, "Anaglyphic (red/cyan) or "Side by side (half) or whatever you want. This does 2 things. First, it tells Vegas you're going to be editing a 3D project. If you don't set this, Vegas assumes your project is 2D. Second, it sets up the mode you'll be using to see the 3D clips while you're editing. Set it up as Anaglyph (red/cyan) and you'll see your 3D clips as red/cyan 3D in Vegas' preview window. This setting also tells Vegas what type of 3D render you want if you choose "File>Render as..." This will create a 3D file but not a 3D Blu-ray disc. For instance, if you have the 3D project set up as "Side by side (half)" Vegas will render you a SbS 3D file in whatever file format you tell it to under "File>Render as..."

3. For each side by side clip that you put into the timeline, right click on the clip. Select "Properties..." Go to "Media>Stereoscopic 3D mode:" and select "Side by side (half)." The clip will now play back in the correct aspect ratio in the timeline, and the preview will show as the type of 3D you selected when you set up the project (such as Anaglyph (red/cyan)).

4. When you've finished editing, go to "Tools>Burn Disc>Blu-ray disc..." This will allow you to create a Blu-ray 3D iso file that can be burned to disc by ImgBurn, a separate, free program that you can download from its home page.

5. Select "Video Format: Sony AVC/MVC..."
"Video Template: MVC 1920x1080-24p, 25 Mbps video stream" (or you could also select 1280x720 60p)
"Audio Format: Sony Wave64 (*.w64)
"Audio Template: 48,000 Hz, 16 bit, 5.1, PCM

6. Select a "File path:" and give the iso file a name. Click "OK" and let it render.

7. While you're waiting for it to finish, download "ImgBurn" from the Internet. Install it. When the iso finishes burning, drop that file onto the ImgBurn icon on the desktop and burn it to either a Blu-ray blank or a DVD blank. If you burn to a DVD disc, some Blu-ray 3D players may not play it back properly, since they don't recognize Blu-ray content on DVDs, but instead only read it from Blu-ray media.

If Vegas crashes, you may not have enough space free for the burn to complete. Make sure you have several times the space used by the iso file free on the hard drive, and make sure your C: drive has plenty of space, too.

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Joe- Nice summation of tips but in #7 you don't need to download another image burner. Vegas can burn the image you just rendered for a 3D if you go into File Properties and set your 3D stereoscopic to "off" Now you can return to Burn Blu Ray and select the option to burn the image file to a disk that was already rendered. Due to some silly licensing restriction, Sony was required to prevent the two steps automatically when rendering a 3D iso. It wasn't Sony's fault, they were required by some idiots with a law degree to do it this way.; rolleyes.gif
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Yeah, it's a silly restriction. Still, I like using ImgBurn. After the iso's are created you can drag and drop them onto the ImgBurn icon without having to do anything in Vegas. ImgBurn is free and easy, and it's become second nature to render the iso files to a central location (such as my server), and then burn them with drag and drop simplicity whenever I want a hard copy on disc. It's so easy.

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Funny how we get used to doing things in a traditional way. The tradition I wanted to give up was burning a Blu Ray disk every time I wanted to watch a test. I quickly began using the BD-RE's a year ago and while this saved money vs. the BD-R they too would soon fail and I would be at the store buying another. Then Richard Adams introduced me to the HiMedia box. This was the best solution of all as I can render the iso file directly and then just switch to the HD900b and play the file with perfect optical disk quality. Consequently, I think the last time I actually burned a project to optical disk was last December. I just have no reason to use optical media blanks again.
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This setting also tells Vegas what type of 3D render you want if you choose "File>Render as..." This will create a 3D file but not a 3D Blu-ray disc. For instance, if you have the 3D project set up as "Side by side (half)" Vegas will render you a SbS 3D file in whatever file format you tell it to under "File>Render as..."

That is true only, if you do not customize the render template. Can be done in the render dialog, you take the "customize buttom", go to "project". And here you see as 3D mode that it takes the project settings. But it is easy to change it here to whatever you wish.

You see also the render quality is linked to the project settings here - also that can be changed.

Generally, a project can be renderd to whatever one wants, regardless what the project settings are in Vegas.

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Yes, that's an important distinction. I should have said that it defaults to the project settings.

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