First of all you don't NEED Vegas Pro 10e. The Pro version of Vegas has many professional editing features you just said you don't care to use but since you chose that, it will work the same as the latest Version of Vegas Platinum HD v11. ( That costs much less and will do all you needed
for present day BD-R archive of your 3D clips
So here goes-
1. Connect your TD10 to the computer using the USB cable and follow the onscreen instructions to activate.
2. You should have already installed both Vegas 10e and the version of PMB that came with your TD-10. Now let PMB launch and let it import all your clips to your hard drive and perform the "analysis". When complete- go to next step.
3. Open Vegas 10e and set your project properties for stereographic 3D anaglyph red / cyan. (Note this will not affect what you burn to BD-R but you must have the project for 3D on to one of these and anaglyph is probably your best choice with a regular computer monitor.)
4. Go to explorer in the upper left hand side of vegas and select all the clips in the folder that you told PMB to save your TD-10 clips to. I use the windows convention to select a range of clip files click on the first one and then shift click on the last one. Then click and drag them all to the timeline area. You should see all your clips butt edited together in one movement.
5. Right click in the area just above the timeline time and select "Set selection to project" This will determine the section of the timeline you wish to render and burn to BD-R
6. Go to tools/ burn blu ray disk
7. Select your rendering parameters and select proper audio, choose either template for 720 60p or 1080 24p; and stereo or DD5.1 depending on what audio you have on the timeline.
8. Pick a file name and folder
9. begin rendering.
In version 10e the process is slightly different than 10d so after rendering you need to go back into project properties and set the stereographic 3D from anaglyph to "off" and apply it. Now go back to the tools/ burn blu ray and select burn existing image file. Then make sure the file is shown with path to it. Then select your BluRay burner drive. and ok.
When it's done you will have created your blu ray archive of your video you shot that will play in any 3D bluray player in auto start. No frills and basically idiot proof.
Below are my screen shots in proper order to show what my system would look like following the procedure outlined above.