Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D Camcorder Overview
* Great image quality
The Sony HDRTD20VE Silver High Definition 3D Camcorder includes 64GB of internal memory and is able to record on either a Memory Stick or SDHC card if you require more space. Capture your loved ones in Full HD 3D thanks to its two high-quality lenses, sensors and image processors, all of which is packed down into a small body that is easily portable and simple-to-use. Enjoy the results on your BRAVIA or any 3D-compatible TV. Thanks to Sony’s Optical SteadyShot Active Mode you no longer need to worry about shaky pictures when shooting handheld. SteadyShot compensates for the effects of camera shake correction, even when you’re walking along. The Sony HDRTD20VE Camcorder can record movies at 1920x1080/50p at a very high frame rate in progressive mode, capturing 50 Full HD frames every second (2D only) for super clear, sharp results. Low light, no problem, the Sony Exmor R CMOS Sensor reduces image noise for clearer images.
Sony HDR-TD20VE Core Features
* Double Full HD (1920x1080) 3D recording
* Full HD 1920x1080 50p recording (2D only)
* 25p progressive recording mode (2D only)
* 64GB internal memory
* Double G Lens with 10x optical zoom
* Optical SteadyShot with enhanced Active Mode
* Double 1/3.91 type Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor
* Double BIONZ processor
* Up to 20.4 Megapixel still photo (2D only)
* 8.8cm/3.5" Xtra Fine 3D LCD
Change 3D AVCHD for FCP Workflow
The Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D Camcorder records movie in both 3D and 2D modes:
3D:MPEG4-MVC/H.264 AVCHD™ format ver.2.0 compatible (Learn to convert & edit 3D AVCHD on Windows PCs)
2D:MPEG4-AVC/H.264 AVCHD™ format ver.2.0 compatible
If you intend to import and edit Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D AVCHD in Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7, or FCP X, you need third-party software to transcode Sony 3D MTS to ProRes 422. “But how can I transcode 3D AVCHD into workable codec for working with Final Cut Pro?” Here comes Pavtube Sony 3D MTS Converter for Mac to help you out.
About Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Sony 3D and 2D video
This AVCHD 3D to FCP converter is reasonably priced and easy to use. It can handle both 3D and 2D videos generated by an AVCHD camcorder, such as Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D Camcorder to Final Cut Pro 6/7 editable ProRes format. The other similar products may convert the audio a few frames behind the video no matter what settings you use, but this 3D AVCHD to ProRes Converter for Mac works excellent and converts seamlessly.
Convert Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D and 2D AVCHD footage to ProRes 422 codec for Final Cut Pro 7, FCP 6 and Final Cut Pro X. The Steps:
1: Free download, install and launch Pavtube MTS Converter as the best Sony 3D MTS to ProRes 422 converter for Mac.
2: Load Sony 3D video and select output format
Click “Add video” or “Add from folder” tab to load your source files directly from your camcorder or from a backup folder on your computer. As soon as source files loaded, click “Format” pull down menu to choose “Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format from “Final Cut Pro” option.
3: Start Sony 3D AVCHD to Apple ProRes conversion for Final Cut Pro
When finished converting Sony HDR-TD20VE MTS 3D video to ProRes 422 Conversion, click “Open” button to get the generated ProRes QuickTimes media files for Final Cut Pro.
Import encoded Sony HDR-TD20VE 3D AVCHD clips to Final Cut Pro for further editing
Open up Final Cut Pro, follow “File > Import > Files…” to import and edit the converted Sony 3D MTS videos.
If you are working with Final Cut Pro X, you can refer to how to import video files to FCP X and how to import AVCHD to FCP X from a memory card or hard disk drive.
Plus, if you have the needs to burn 3D AVCHD video onto a DVD disc or author them to an ISO file or a DVD folder, Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac is your ideal choice. This Mac DVD burner comes with an absolutely Free Version and a Retail version (the retail version currently has a 50% off sale at $17.5). To create DVDs from 3D AVCHD footage, you should use the Full Version. To burn common videos like MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, FLV, etc. to DVDs, you can try out the free version. Simply make your selection based on your objectives.
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