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    Hi Guys,
    I am using SONY Camcorder DV5, but there is a problem:
    When I film a 3D movies by it and transfer the date to the after effect or to a 3D LG TV via the memory card or PC, I have just a 2D Movies! but when the camcorder is directly connected to the 3D TV, the result is in 3D.
    Please help in this case, how can I play or edit the Movies of the camcorder in 3D?

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    Default Re: Sony dev5 - 3d camcorder - question

    Is your recorder set for 3d playback? Do you have an hdmi cable from the computer to the TV?
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    Default Re: Sony dev5 - 3d camcorder - question

    dear andy,

    I did not connect PC to TV via HDMI cable, but the transmitted file is not played in left or right status, but it is like a normal 2D picture.
    Is there any program to devide a 3D into left and right? or to edit a picture in 3D? In fact, when the file is transmitted to PC or Hard Drive it becomes 2D!

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    Default Re: Sony dev5 - 3d camcorder - question

    I'm pretty sure you need an HDMI cable connected from your PC to your TV to make the 3d work.
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