Originally Posted by helcio.carvalho
Hey, Don. Thanks for the tip. I tried HDMI too and nothing. I used the Oppo USB as it reads ISO 3D via USB. I just don't know why the player sees the camera file as an AVCH, not MTS.
Here are some ways to view 3D from the TD10 that work.
Use method 1 or 2, or use 3 plus 3A or 3B or 3C or 3D
1) Connect the HDMI output of the TD10 camcorder directly with the Sony supplied HDMI cable to a 3DTV and set the TD10 HDMI output in the menu to SBS. Set the 3DTV / projector to SBS also. This is the easiest way.
2) Connect the HDR-TD10 camcorder USB port to the USB port on a Sony bluray player model BDP-S480 or S580 or S780 player that is connected to your 3DTV. These players are the only ones known to work in 3D when directly connected to the USB from the TD10.
3) Import the camcorder files to a PC using the latest update of the Sony supplied PMB software. Use the imported files as described below in 3A or 3B or 3C or 3D.
3A) Play the files to a 3DTV connected directly to the computer using the "Stereoscopic Player" software which can be downloaded from the internet. The latest version of Cyberlink PowerDVD can also play these files in 3D.
3B) Use the Sony PMB software with a bluray burner drive that is connected to a PC with the Sony PMB software and burn the imported files to a BD-R disk. This produces an AVCHD 2.0 disk. Then use a Sony model BDP-S480 or S580 or S780 blu ray player connected to a 3TDV to view the disk burned this way in 3D. These are the only players that will play that disk AVCHD 2.0 disk.
3C) Use Sony Vegas version 10 or 11, and / or Cyberlink Power Director version 10 to convert the imported files to 1080p24-Full 3D, and burn the result to a BD-R disk. The resulting disk can be played on any 3D compatible bluray player. If interested, there is a procedure that has been worked out to give optimum results. The resulting 1080p24-3D file output can also be played on streaming players that use the realtek 1186 3D player system, and can be played on most other 3D file playing software.
3D) Use the software from (3C) to make a 1080p24-SBS 3D file. Use almost any player, 2D or 3D, to play that file to your TV / projector that is operated in 3D-SBS mode.
With the current Oppo firmware available as of this writing, the Oppo 3D player will work in 3D only when the 3D content from the Sony HDR-TD10 is converted as per either (3C) or (3D) above. This applies to most 3D bluray players except the particular Sony bluray players I mentioned in this post.
Strange - I just noticed that item (3D) is the last item. LOL.