How to Convert Toshiba sk3d7 Videos to Blue Ray Format

Discussion in '3D Video' started by Lipstuman, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. Lipstuman

    Lipstuman New Member

    Jun 25, 2012
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    I am very new to forums, usually being able to solve my issues or challenges simply reading other posts, or finding adequate info on the Web... but I am now lost how to proceed. As a 3D loyalist, I have slides & videos of my son growing up (though I don't know if he'll ever appreciate them). In Nov 1990, I purchased the Toshiba 3D Camcorder, and managed to record may years up to about 2005. I still have the original Compact VHS tapes, but back in '06, I burned most of the videos on to regular DVD's. I can play these with the original splitter & wireless glasses, on a tube television, but realize my days with my last remaining tube tv are very limited!

    I got the sony HMDT1, but my DVD's, played on the blue ray player, don't show up correctly with the Head mount display.. ANd nothing I did tweaking the player, or the display, really made any difference.

    I don't have a clue now, what to do, so that I can convert these videos to a format that would play on a BlueRay player, allowing the Sony HMZT1 to process and display my images.

    I really am not certain what I have, and what I need to do, and what is the best way to do this. I would be incredibly grateful for whatever help anyone can provide.
    I can really use some guidance.
    Thanks in advance.
    Lipstuman, Jun 25, 2012
  2. Lipstuman

    Sony Support USA Member

    Jun 18, 2012
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    Hello Lipstuman,

    I have located the following solutions on our eSupport website ( that may be of assistance:

    If not and you require further assistance please call our Priority Service @ 239-768-7547
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    Not in the U.S.? Please contact Sony in your country/region. You can find their contact information @ Thanks, Scott Fuentes
    Sony Support USA, Jun 25, 2012
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