Sony announced the company’s first 3D camcorder- the Sony HDR-TD10. It does have an interesting design that Sony touts as being the world’s first 3D camcorder with “Double Full HD”.
PS: The Sony approach uses a 50i or 60i video stream capturing 25 or 30 interlaced frames per second, per side.
The Sony HDR-TD10 camcorder offers other shooting modes as well, including the widely used “Side-by-Side Format” for AVCHD (3D) and conventional AVCHD (2D) shooting.
So if you use Sony HDR-TD10 for the 1920×1080 AVCHD (2D) recording and want to edit the 2D 1080i MTS video on Mac with FCP X, FCE, iMovie etc which always can not natively work with AVCHD 2D/3D well, you will need to convert Sony HDR-TD10 1080 MTS (2D) to Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov) before editing.
Sony HDR-TD10 MTS 3D to Apple Prores converter supports convert MTS files to Apple ProRes format to Apple ProRes/Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov) , then import converted MTS video to Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7 and new Final Cut Pro X for editing on Mac Lion.
PS: if you are using Windows os, you can import Sony HDR-TD10 MTS 3D/2D files to Windows Movie Maker for editing with Sony HDR-TD10 MTS 3D/2D video converter.
Step1. Load Sony HDR-TD10 AVCHD (2D) videos to MTS Converter for Mac. After transferring MTS files from Sony HDR-TD10 AVCHD (2D), run MTS Converter for Mac as the best Sony HDR-TD10 MTS 3D to Apple Prores converter, and click the “Add” button to load .mts videos.
Step2. Choose Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov) output format. Click the "Profiles"option, choose the Common > Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov) as output format.
Step3. Click the convert button, the Mac Sony 1920*1080 AVCHD (2D) converter starts converting 2D Sony HDR-TD10 1080 MTS videos to MOV.
After converting the Sony HDR-TD10 2D AVCHD (2D) files, just import the output files in HD 1920×1080 to FCP/FCE/iMovie for editing.