3D Camcorder Output – Horizontal Squash

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    • #86396
      nmodels
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      Hello, forum-goers. This seems like a great place to get some help. If you’re willing, of course.

      I recently launched a site that hosts streaming video. We’re researching 3D content, so I bought a JVC Everio GS‑TD1 for testing. Got it off of Ebay from Japan for cheap.

      I’m having issues with playback and editing. Camera outputs a side by side MTS file. AVCHD as far as I know. On Windows 8.1 in Windows Media Player, I get two side by side frames. Normal. If I play the same video in VLC, the side by side frames are squashed into what seems a 1920×1080 resolution.

      What’s worse… if I do ANY post work, the resulting video doesn’t look right in anything. I’m curious as to what workflow I need to make these videos look right.
      http://imgur.com/ZdOkIju

      Much appreciated,
      Chuck

    • #212843
      cfxcorp
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      Just curious, is your camera set for NTSC or PAL?

    • #212844
      cfxcorp
      Participant

      What video editor are you using? Probably a CODEC issue.

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