3DA1 doesn't use MVC, it's stored (on the cards) as AVC in AVCHD container (2x 2D files). Left on one card, right on the other. You would have to use an NLE and pair them together, then output into a usable 3D stream like top/bottom, side by side or you could make a 3D ISO in Vegas Pro that's MVC. You need a more advanced NLE like VP or Edius that handles dual stream pairing for 3D, Power Director doesn't directly pair dual streams. 3DA1 also has HD SDI outputs for better compression codecs, again they would be in dual stream format. It's basically the same as shooting 3D with dual cameras or GoPro 3D, you have left files and right.
Keep in mind the 3DA1 is a much bigger camera than the other models you listed. I only use it for bigger projects and generally on a tripod. It's a full manual camera, settings and everything. Since 2016 I've been shooting with my AX1003D rig which is dual 4K cameras. It just lacks genlock sync but I think the jump in quality over HD is worth it as long as there's not a great deal of fast action which exposes the miss sync. Some content you just can't shoot with it because it's not genlocked, I have to be selective. Just shot about 90 minutes with that rig today, yearly St. Patrick's Day parade. I considered shooting with one of my HD cameras this year but I came down to this: the quality is so much better even if the mis sync shows (and I might get lucky and have great sync, depends), for best HD video you need 24p, so it's either my Z10k or the 3DA1 and then there's too much judder with the slower frame rate for shooting a parade, 60i, I generally use it for home video type stuff but I would rather shoot in 4K 30p.
Other benefits: 30p it's not interlaced like HD and I have built in ND filters, don't have to attach them manually. But the 3DA1 is still my favorite HD 3D camera. Walking around, I think I like the TD10 the best, it's only 60i/30p 3D option but it has really good image stabilization and video quality is nearly as good as the panasonic Z10k, also a good 3D camera. If I was only going to buy one...humm probably a Z10k because it's somewhere in the middle, problem now is they don't show up often for sale, well none of these are new now so, have to watch for them.
Mede8er, I don't know about that one, I have a KDLINKS box but it's picky on file types that it supports. I tried MVC from Power Director for my own content and it doesn't like that, I haven't tried from makemkv ripping blu rays, I just rip my 3D movies to iso and those play fine if the file is on the internal drive. From USB connection it will start to stutter half way thru, haven't figured out why. Something wrong with their box.
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