Originally Posted by Frank
Looks like it doesn't matter which stereoscopic mode you select because when you render it to MVC format there are only two options which are 720P60 and 1080P24.
The only way to get frame packed out is to burn it to bluRay ISO.
This is not correct! Version 10d has new options in the Render As section which are the MVC you list above. Of course these are useless since we do not have a purpose for them now. Later I see these as intended for the DVD A authoring. ( Note- just thought of a purpose besides immediate 3d authoring. You archive finished projects to use later in pieces for a trailer or part in another project. )
The main purpose of the properties is to set the way your preview and output window display the 3D files and how files are recognized on the timeline. When I did my test run last evening I used anaglyph red / cyan because I don't have a 3D monitor connected to my computer. The blu Ray burn executed flawlessly and gave me a very high quality video on my 3D 110" front projector.
You can edit different 3D compatible format video clips and 2D clips on the timeline. I added sample clips from twin cameras paired in Vegas, with my 3D Bloggie clips and a sample clip from the Sony TD10 all together with 1 second dissolves. Added a popout in front text with motion. Sound was in 5.1.
What you can't do and have it work on playback is add a SBS video clip as it will not reverse the SBS version back to the raw 3D original. When I did this I ended up with a blurry dual image stretched tall render on the blu Ray disk mixed with good 3D clips.
btw, if I add multiple movies to the timeline, it produces a BD image with only 1 movie and when viewing there is no chance of selecting the title/movie clip.
is there any method for that ?
In Vegas timeline you can add markers with captions that can be imported to DVD A for chapter/scene stops. I want to test this on my next 3D bluRay test burn. I doubt I'll see the captions but the chapter/scene advance button does work on my remote control with my first test, so who knows, this may be a way to add scene markers you can quickly skip ahead and back with a remote control button.
Haven't played around with MPO yet. On my to do list but low priority.
Try this- right click on the file on the timeline and tell it is a 3D file. I would think you wouldn't need to do that but I have no experience. When all else fails- go to the Help index and look it up.
Or, you could do that first and save time.
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