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post #1 of 3 Old 10-14-2012, 08:51 AM - Thread Starter
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I use the Sony hdr-td10. The original 3d file is 1920x1080 60i 28Mbps.
I'm using Pinnacle Studio 16 for editing.
Apparently the best quality I can make into a blu-ray (multistream format) is 1920x1080 60i 22Mbps.
Just wondering if this is going to make a lot of difference and what I can expect.
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Is this a limitation of the Pinnacle software? I haven't used anything by Pinnacle since Studio 8, and their stuff has always had a reputation for bugginess.

It might be a good idea for you to ask your question at videohelp. I confess my experience with MVC is limited, but there are guys over at VH that can advise you.

Good luck.
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It can be done in a different way. If you encode with Pinnacle Studio 16 to file/multistream, you can adjust the settings manually to 40 Mbps with 1080 60i footage.

Then you should have installed the PMB that comes with your Sony TD10, with the 3D-plugin, and in addition install the PMH update from the Sony webpage.

The 40 Mbps stream can be used to generate with the PMH an AVCHD 3.0 Blu-ray disc, that has a very good quality. However, you will need one of the latest 3D-Blu-ray player to be able to playback AVCHD 3D discs.

Maybe Pinnacle is working to increase the 22 Mbps limit - since the limitation from the AVCHD 2.0 standard is <= 28 Mbps.

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