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    EDIUS 6.5
    Hi. I didn't find the answer to the question at any forum. I have video camera SONY HDR-TD10. Recording format MVC 3D. I didn't find the correct export preset in EDIUS 6.5. I use media player, Blu-Ray and 3D TV set.



    how to export for these devices? Thanks!

  • #2
    You can export by way of L/R dual stream with HQ and HQX as well as H.264.

    dual stream output.png

    You can author an MVC 3d disc in 3rd party software. Only side by side is available in 6.5 without 3d menus.
    All settings for 3d have to match in order for the export to show. Read the manual.

    DOStudio and Blu-print will do MVC
    For a cheaper alternative you can look at http://www.cyberlink.com/stat/3d-sup...x.jsp#overview

    also:http://3dvision-blog.com/6171-cyberl...ve-3d-support/
    This supposedly accepts HQ files.

    I don't know how it works but there is a white paper for you to download and read.
    Last edited by Jerry; 06-29-2012, 03:36 PM.
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    • #3
      Use the sony software to extract and then export 1920*1080i and the approprate frame rate for US
      I use export to mpeg 2 but you can just as easily produce disk (DVD or Bluray) from TL i would choose the mpeg2 format H264 could be slow unless you have Sandy or Ivybridge
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      • #4
        Thanks to all! I have i7 2600K it supports hardware acceleration and transcoding goes quickly. Appr. 2:1 RT

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        • #5
          I would prefer to use Sony Vegas Moviestudio HD Platinum or Sony Vegas Pro for the MVC-authoring. The PD10 has the advantage that it supports some 3D Menus, but there are less complains with the Sony Vegas products.

          By the way, I think it is a shame that Edius 6.5 does not support the MVC export and so it does not support at least a simple 3D Blu-ray authoring with Profile 5. That is supported by much cheaper products like Cyberlinks PD10, Veags Moviestudio HD Platinum 11 or even Magix Pro X4. But it is as it is.

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          • #6
            Cyberlink PD10 does manage to make 3D BD's with menu's - but be aware that the current version has issues with HQ and HQX dualstream files, general instability as well as encoding failures whilst preparing your disc.

            Remember you have Profile 2 encoding (AVCHD) about 20Mbs (cheap) and Profile 5 encoding up to 60Mbs (very expensive)

            just my experience of course.

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            • #7
              Will it accept avchd dual steam files without problem? If it does, there is the 'cheap' answer.
              Last edited by Jerry; 07-02-2012, 01:48 AM.
              Jerry
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              http://sgdvtutorials.com/WIN%2010%20...%20V.2.0.0.pdf


              Main System:: Azrock Z97 Extreme 6, [email protected], 32gb ram, NZXT Z63, Win10 Pro 64, Samsung 850 pro, E7.5/8.5/E9 on separate SSD drives, 2TB Sabrent M.2 NVME, BM MINI MONITOR 4K, 12tb RAID 0 on backplane ,2 BD, Dual LG 27GK65S-B 144Hz monitors, GTX 1080ti SC Black.
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              • #8
                No, you cannot pair two streams in PD10. But you can import top-bottom-full or side-by-side-full.

                The difference between profile 5 and the much cheaper "AVCHD-BDs" is also the structure of the disc. While profile 5 has a true BDMV-structure, AVCHD-BDs would offer a BDAV structure. Yes, with different data rates. But it is possible to use lower data rates also in a BDMV structure.

                The PD10 generates a BDMV-structure too, but somebody mentioned there are small differences (like that a file is missing). But it is MVC-based encoding. Vegas seems to be here more within the specification, but offers a limited bitrate up to 25 mbps only. The rest would be more expensive, here I agree. But the quality with 25 mbps is not as weak as one would expect - try it. There is no difference between Vegas Pro and the cheaper Vegas Moviestudio HD Platinum with regard to 3D-BD-encoding - and yes, both products can also pair streams.

                I do not know if there is an issue with the Canopus HQ codec now, earlier versions of Vegas with earlier Versions of the codec did not show here any issue.

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                • #9
                  There is another option.
                  You can use Accelcoder X http://www.fixstars.com/en/codec/

                  This will do MVC encoding and no menu authored 3D Blu-ray. 40Mbps. 30 day free trial with no restrictions.
                  Only downside, price tag $1999
                  Sony Vegas will do profile 5, but only up to 25Mbps.
                  Cyberlink can do AVCHD.
                  Edius can do SBS Blu-ray 3D (different from 3D Blu-ray as it is not MVC codec)
                  When will Edius get DualStream Blu-ray output?
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                  • #10
                    Well, a cheap solution for MVC-3D-BD authoring is the new Vegas Moviestudio HD Platinum 12, but it is true that the encoding data rate is limited to 26 Mbps, and you have no menus. But the quality is not bad, and I think a lot of people may use that workflow to come up with 3D-BDs at least without menus.

                    Other low-cost 3D-authoring solutions are Magix Pro X4 (what still has problems with the MVC-encoding) and the PD10 with some deinterlacing issues, butboth with some simple menu capabilities too.

                    The Accelcoder - as far as I know it is not even able to encode to 720 50p, what would be necessary for people in the PAL areas. 720 60p and 1080 24p seems to be possible. And the menu functions - I think it is a BD-authoring without menus, but I am not sure about that.

                    Yes, I would also like to see that Edius 6.52 brings at least some minor MVC-Encoding capabilities. But that seems to be a question of licensing costs for GV.

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