Upside-down Mode for 3D Recording 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...Read More »
3D Glasses You will not have to purchase any glasses to view your 3D content in Anaglyph as they are included with the 3D HERO System. However if you wish to view your content on...Read More »
Modes Available for 3D Recording For 3D recording: Timelapse (PES) is available at 2,5,10,30, and 60 second intervals. The following video recording modes are also available: WVGA 60fps, 720p 30fps, 720p 60fps, 960p 30fps, 960p 48 fps (HD...Read More »
3D Editing Software The FREE GoPro CineForm Studio will assist with the basics of combining and utilizing your content in 3D. If you wish to sequence your media or add a soundtrack, you will need a separate...Read More »
File Format for 3D Recordings 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 3D sync cable inserted. You can use one...Read More »
TV Requirements for Viewing 3D You do not need a special TV to view 3D in Anaglyph (Red/Blue). If you happen to have a 3DTV, it is designed for either Active or Passive display of 3D content. If...Read More »
Ways to Watch and Share 3D Content You will be able to share your 3D content online, on your 3D television, mobile devices, computer and through a BluRay™ player. Please see our Ways to Watch 3D page.
Filenames Do Not Match Up GoPro CineForm Software has an auto-pairing feature which will determine whether a match for 3D is available based on many different aspects of data. If your clips do not have the same name...Read More »