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Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

Last post 04-28-2014, 0:50 by BartKindt. 24 replies.
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  •  03-22-2014, 20:49 627929

    Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Studio Version 17.1.0.182

    Windows 7

    Camera Sony HDR-TD30.

    Studio thinks it is a 2D video, while there are clearly TWO video streams inside this MTS file.

    Stereoscopic Player has no problem detecting and playing this!

    I cannot use Pinnacle Studio now at all.  Please fix this urgently.

     Bart

     

  •  03-24-2014, 14:59 628124 in reply to 627929

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    This has been an ongoing problem for a while now.  With each patch release I check to see if the problem has been fixed and each time I am disappointed.

    evangary

  •  03-24-2014, 15:31 628129 in reply to 628124

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    The latest patch (17.3.0) seems to fix the problem.

    evangary

  •  03-29-2014, 12:20 628820 in reply to 628129

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    I downloaded and installed the latest patch, and I still have no options anywhere to show 3D stereoscopic or any indication it knows they are 3D video streams.

     How did you confirm it works?

     Thanks, Bart

     

  •  03-29-2014, 14:50 628830 in reply to 628820

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: Capture.JPG

    When you import the 3D media, you should see a 3D indicator atop each clip.  See attached screenshot.

    In SETUP > CONTROL PANEL > PREVIEW, set Default 3D viewing mode to Side by Side

    Click the 3D viewing mode button (see screenshot) and make sure it is set to Side by Side (default).

    Mine was acting strangely so I went to the folder where the 3D clips were and deleted any files that were not actual clips and restarted Pinnacle Studio, reimported the clips and then all was working as it should.

    evangary


  •  04-24-2014, 6:04 630891 in reply to 628830

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    This is STILL not working with the latest patch.

    It does not recognize the .MTS file from the SONY TD30 is a 3D file.

    Screenshot attached.

     I really need this to work... a new Patch would be much appreciated. I am happy to upload a sample MTS file for testing.

    Bart


  •  04-24-2014, 6:24 630894 in reply to 630891

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    If u will upload a sample I will see if my system will recognize it as 3D.

    evangary

  •  04-24-2014, 10:43 630913 in reply to 630894

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    I could not attach the file, you can download it from here:

     http://www.sartrack.nl/temp/

     

    Thanks. Bart

     

  •  04-24-2014, 11:02 630916 in reply to 630913

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: Capture.JPG

    Ok.  I downloaded the file and imported it into Studio 17.  It was recognized as 3D immediately.  See attached screen shot.

    evangary


  •  04-24-2014, 11:56 630924 in reply to 630916

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: Sony_TD30_not_3D.jpg
    MediaInfo recognizes the file as 3D while PS17 detects 2D only
  •  04-24-2014, 13:11 630931 in reply to 630916

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: MTS screenshot 2.jpg

    Well, it does not do it here. I checked: I installed the patch 17.3.0 and the About box reports version 17.3.0.280

    Is there a hidden setting somewhere which causes this issue? Is there some 3th party driver/software which must be installed to make this work?

    The program Stereoscopic Player plays it perfectly in 3D.

    Thanks, Bart

     


  •  04-24-2014, 13:46 630936 in reply to 630931

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    "Mine was acting strangely so I went to the folder where the 3D clips were and deleted any files that were not actual clips and restarted Pinnacle Studio, reimported the clips and then all was working as it should."

    Have you tried this?

    evangary

  •  04-25-2014, 2:58 630997 in reply to 630936

    Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: MTS screenshot 3.jpg

    I have now updated to Patch 17.4.

    I also have cleared out the directories, deleted al Collections, and re-imported the test file.

    It makes no difference.

    Note that there is NO "Stereoscopic" reference at all in the 'Information' screen. I noticed the screenshot of a German user which said "Stereoscopic: NO". I do NOT even have that.

    I really get the feeling that the Patch 17.3 I did, after initial installation, may not have all files (DLL's) of previous Patches in it. So I am still missing updated files. Patch 17.4 has not fixed this issue.  Are the developers reading the forums?

    Bart

     


  •  04-25-2014, 10:29 631024 in reply to 630997

    AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    BartKindt:
    I do NOT even have that.
    Have you ever noticed that you can resize the information window by dragging e.g. the lower right corner?
  •  04-25-2014, 12:52 631036 in reply to 631024

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Yes, but this does not add the 'missing' Stereoscopic entry.

     

  •  04-25-2014, 13:11 631039 in reply to 631036

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Thanks to Jacques72, our 3D specialist, here is the solution :

    1. double-click your clip (from Library or from Timeline) to open Adjustments pannel
    2. set Stereoscopic 3D to 3D Top and Bottom 100 %



  •  04-25-2014, 13:40 631040 in reply to 631039

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Which version of Studio do you own:  Standard, Plus or Ultimate?

    evangary


  •  04-25-2014, 13:47 631042 in reply to 631040

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Who are you asking the question to ? Bart or me ?
  •  04-25-2014, 14:27 631048 in reply to 631042

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Bart.

    Do all versions of Studio handle 3D video?

    evangary

  •  04-25-2014, 14:51 631051 in reply to 631048

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    No, only Plus and Ultimate.
  •  04-25-2014, 15:00 631052 in reply to 631051

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Just as i thought.  If Bart has the Standard version, could that be the problem?  Hmmm....

    evangary

  •  04-26-2014, 3:03 631073 in reply to 631052

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Re the Adjustments: There is no 3D option in there, because it does not think it is a 3D file.

    Re the Version: I have no idea what version I have, I can't remember what I purchased, and I do not see any references anywhere regarding Standard, Plus or whatever.

    The About box just says version 17.4.309.  Where can I check this?

    Thanks, Bart

     

  •  04-26-2014, 3:16 631074 in reply to 631073

    AW: Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    Attachment: About.jpg

    BartKindt:
    The About box just says version 17.4.309.  Where can I check this?
    Maybe the attached screenshot opens your eyes Geeked

     


  •  04-26-2014, 3:16 631075 in reply to 631073

    Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    BartKindt:

    Re the Adjustments: There is no 3D option in there, because it does not think it is a 3D file.

    ...

    The About box just says version 17.4.309.  Where can I check this?

    So, you have the Standard flavor.

    No 3D in it. Sorry.

  •  04-28-2014, 0:50 631226 in reply to 631074

    Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: Sony TD30: .MTS file is not recognized as 3D.

    My splash screen simply says "Studio 17".... So I assume this must be the Standard version..

     Bugger, all this hassle just because it is not the right version!  I will see what it costs to upgrade.

    Thanks everybody for the help,   Bart

     


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