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Burning 3D Home movies to Blu Ray.


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Does anyone know how to Burn 3D Home movies to Blu-Ray? I have a HDR-TD30V Sony 3D camcorder which records 1080i/60i in 3D. I have a Panasonic BDR-XD04 Blu-Ray Burner. I want to be able to do some simple editing (Titles and Transitions) and keep it at 1080i/60i 3D when I burn it to a Blu-Ray disc. Does anybody know of any mac compatible software that would work?
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Roxio Toast with the Blue Ray plugin will work. See the following OWC article: LINK

Also, you can run Windows on your Mac in a VM (VirtualBox is free) and use the free Ashampoo Burning Studio which includes Blue Ray burning software.
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I actually looked at Toast but I didn't see anything on 3D compatibility.
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