Last Updated: October 26, 2011 3:42 PM
First published: Oct 14, 2011
cannot just copy MVC (Multiview Video Coding http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiview_Video_Coding ) MTS to hard drive and upload to youtube, 3D not in side-by-side (in ?) video got stretched and won't display correctly. it shows 1080p as an option though.
3D only in 1080/60i, not 60p,24p, there is even an petition for firmware upgrade http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/hdr-td10-firmware-upgrade/
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have to use CD to install 5.6
The CD-ROM has BD Add-on software and Handbook (color, the one download from eSupport is BW)
"your camera must be connected" is not kidding
Movie Tracer need to be download separately also?
then use updater PMB56_Updater1105a.exe (2011/09/26) to download 5.8.01, cannot download offline installer directly
patch is in Japanese
features not active until camera plug in
Default auto mode put camera in MTP, need to change to mass storage
it is (much?) slower than copy from filesystem. ~500MB 19 min USB2? (supports USB 3.0?)
whether choose no conversion to VGA or not, still only 720p, no 1080 after convert to side by side
The Title field allow less characters than youtube's web interface, if you have long title, you have login and add the rest
Need Vegas Pro 10.0d 10.0e (lose burn Blu-Ray from timeline ability?) for 1080? (11 ships 17th Oct 2011)
some discrepancy what's the best way to setup
Sony Customer Support said setup project 3D settings as side-by-side (half) [side-by-side full, render as1920x1080-30p, upload to youtube doesn't work, it is letterboxed and squashed vertically]
other suggests anaglyph red / cyan
media property stereoscopic 3D mode automatically set to pair with next, AVC x12 followed by a MVC x12 (what is that? should it be something like x32 if bit depth, or x30 if that's framerate (or x15) from 60i if half?) no 24p in internet templates? only 30p or 25p?
what template to use to render for youtube? wouldn't it lose 1/2 information if do side by side since it squeezed both 1920x1080 into one frame?