You cannot connect the cameras to your TV to play a 3D file. You will not have a 3D file until you convert the two 2D files recorded by each camera into a single GoPro 3D media file. So, you will not be able to playback in 3D directly off the camera. You will need to use GoPro Studio in order to create a 3D file from the files you recorded using the 3D HERO System or Dual HERO System. Once you have a converted file on your computer, you can playback on...
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The 3D HERO System is approved at the same underwater rating as the HD HERO waterproof housing, down to 197ft/60meters.
The cameras record .mp4 video files. Pictures will be saved as .jpg files. These are the same files that the camera will record in without the Dual HERO BacPac or 3D sync cable inserted. You can use one or both of the files depending on whether or not you wish to create 2D media or 3D media.
Upon insertion of the sync cable the cameras will automatically orientate depending on which side of the sync has been inserted. R will place the camera in Up mode, while L will place the camera in Upside-down mode.
The 3D HERO System is currently compatible with HD HERO Original camera and the HD HERO2 camera.
The distance between the two camera lenses when seated in the 3D HERO System is 33 mm.
Using the GoPro 3D HERO System may require an update to your HD HERO Original and HD HERO2 cameras' software.
For optimal 3D recording we recommend keeping your subject at least 3 feet from the camera when shooting in WVGA, 720p, and 720p, and 5 feet when shooting in 1080p.
One Button Mode is not available for 3D recording. It will be removed from the settings upon insertion of the Dual HERO BacPac or 3D Sync Cable.
If your cameras are recording in two different resolutions while using the 3D HERO System, the cameras will record in sync, but you will not be able to combine them for 3D viewing. The files will only be good for 2D viewing.