Quote: 3Dmadman: It took me a few postings to get people to tell me the secrets because I got some really obscure answers. But this is it, step by step and it works, guaranteed, with a TD10 3D clip:
Import your clip with "projects settings": 108060i, interlaced template. Set stereo mode to anaglyph (so you can see the 3D) in the menu.
Then the clip is in the 'project media' area. Here is the key thing you do: right click on the clip, and then go to properties. In properties: set 'stereoscopic 3D mode' from none to 'pair with next stream', done.
Then move the clip to the timeline. You should see one video stream, one audio stream and your clip will play as anaglyph 3D with sound.
If that is all working, you then go to file, 'render as', and get a menu. Here you choose what you render to.
Choose Sony avc/mvc, template 'internet 1920x1080-30p'
Then select 'custom'.
In custom menu select in video tab entropy 'CABAC,' profile 'High,' whatever bitrate you want (16,000,000). Then go to the 'Project' tab on the bottom, select in 'stereoscopic 3D mode': side-by-side half (surely that will play in the player; choose side-by-side full if you know that will play.
Click ok, name your file (it will be an MP4 file), and save. It will render as a 3D 1/2sbs.
You could also from 'render as' make a fully-compliant bluray with just a few clicks.
This is a quote of the entire message. Look at the line that says "it will be an MP4 file". It IS an MP4 file that I was able to burn to a Blu Ray 3D disk using TMPGEnc AW4 that plays as 3D in my Panny GT30.
Isn't that what you want?