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    Hello,

    I am trying to convert a 3D Blu ray ([email protected] Frame Packing) to a 720p(1280x720) @24Hz Frame Packing.

    The files for testing are the 1st and 5th from 3D Test Clips:


    The 5th is a 3D MVC MKV file and is not accepted.
    The 1st is an ISO that is a functional 3D Frame packing type video.

    When right clicking and selecting Set Stereoscopic there is nothing there.
    Drag that file from the left to the right (underneath the 2 viewports).
    Exporting it to either Blu ray disc or file does not seem to get the proper file.
    In the Stream folder on the ISO there are 2 files, and only one of them seems to get copied (00000).

    What is the process/settings to obtain either a 3D Blu ray @720p (FP) or an MVC MKV file?

    Thank you.
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    3D Blue Ray...

    EDIUS is the best editor for 3D movies and accepts all kind in Input. You have to save your project in a file (dual frame 3D). Then you MUST use Magix Vegas to compile it on a mvc project and burn a Blue Ray. EDIUS unfortunately lacks this feature and we are not powerful enough to get it....

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    • #3
      3D was added in Edius 6.5. As long as you had the proper hardware, either the GV Elite box or the Storm 3G with the ADVC G3 external box, you could output as frame packing. This was used more for viewing than creating files. You can use a BM DeckLink 4K Extreme 12G now to do the same as the Storm 3G and the ADVC G3 setup. You still will not have the output codec.

      In order to get an MVC output, you will need to use other software such as Sony or Magix.

      3D has a resurgence, it seems, every decade. The interest now is in higher resolution and High Dynamic Range.
      That said, I don't see GV adding the MVC codec to Edius for two reasons alone. Interest in 3D has fallen off of the charts plus there is the license cost to Sony for the use of the MVC codec.
      Last edited by Jerry; 07-20-2019, 03:21 PM.
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      • #4
        Interest in 3D has fallen off of the charts...
        Boils down to who wants to wear special viewing gearon aregular basis? VR gamers maybe. Not many others except as a novelty or for a few specific big screen movies.

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        • #5
          I bought my 3D camcorder in 2012 and I have made a lot of beautiful movies during my many trips (Yellowstone, Indian Country, Australia, Greece, Israël, Jordan, Viet Nam,....) and everyone agrees it would be a pity to see that in 2D !!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jerry View Post
            3D was added in Edius 6.5. As long as you had the proper hardware, either the GV Elite box or the Storm 3G with the ADVC G3 external box, you could output as frame packing. This was used more for viewing than creating files. You can use a BM DeckLink 4K Extreme 12G now to do the same as the Storm 3G and the ADVC G3 setup. You still will not have the output codec.

            In order to get an MVC output, you will need to use other software such as Sony or Magix.

            3D has a resurgence, it seems, every decade. The interest now is in higher resolution and High Dynamic Range.
            That said, I don't see GV adding the MVC codec to Edius for two reasons alone. Interest in 3D has fallen off of the charts plus there is the license cost to Sony for the use of the MVC codec.
            Thanks for the replys.

            What specific Sony software can output MVC?

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