Absolutely true, Joe. For a wedding, for instance, resolution is far more important than motion (unless a fight breaks out). So going to 24p for the Blu-Ray disc is perfect.
My biggest problem right now is audio. All of these 3D solutions with menus are lousy at audio. I really like the PD11 3D menu's. But, from what I've learned over the last few days, PD11 only uses stereo audio and then "automatically" creates a pseudo 5.1-channel DTS or Dolby Digital track on the Blu-Ray disc. For me that is a lousy solution since I've already created a true 5.1-channel soundtrack and I really don't need a program crunching it back to stereo and then expanding back to 5.1-channel mush. So I have a question into Cyberlink to see if this really is the only way that PD11 can handle audio. If it is, I may be back to using DVD-A again. No 3D menus but at least I can include a true 5.1-channel audio mix (even if it is only Dolby Digital). Basically I see DVD-A as providing all of the 3D capabilities I would have used with Pro X4.
If I have my drothers, my workflow would be:
JVC MVC --> Edius Pro Dual Stream --> Vegas Pro MVC --> Muxer that can handle 3D and 5.1-channel audio --> TMPGEnc Audio Works 5 --> Imgburn --> Disc
16-track recording --> ProTools --> Vegas Pro 5.1-Channel Wav & Dolby Digital ---^
The flaw in the workflow is that I've yet to find a muxer that will work with 3D MVC files and TMPGEnc AW5 doesn't yet handle 3D. I've sent an MVC file to the TMPGEnc folks, so hopefully they'll add 3D capability "sooner". TMPGEnc AW 5 allows 5.1-channel LPCM files to be included in the BD in 2D.Edited by alk3997 - 11/20/12 at 11:20am