-I already read entirely those threads, but nothing about stereoscopic 3D AVCHD movies through USB port, on Panasonic TVPlasma3D.
(Also, Sony said me that is not possible to play 3D videos on your 3DTV through USB port).
I tried to made a H.264 videoclip, with .MP4 extension, at 960x1080p side-by-side layout, but nothing was displayed, and black screen.
I think that just the AVCHD movies, with .MTS extension, that comes from Panasonic consumer camcorder "HDC-SDT750", can play the 3D videos via HDMI cable, not USB port.
But not the exported videos from PremierePro via USB port.
I seen this tutorial from David K Helmly:
Dave export the video from PremiereProCS5 as "MPEG2-bluray" format with "Match Source Attributes (HighQuality)" Preset, and build the Bluray Disc in EncoreCS5, with the footage as MPEG2 with .m2v file extension:
1) Anyone tried to play correctly in 3D, those MPEG2-.m2v side-by-side files, in Panasonic3DTV, with BlurayDiscReader?
2) Why MPEG2.m2v side-by-side?
3) The official standard stereoscopic 3D format, is not the .MVC (MultiViewCoding) for Bluray3D Disc?
I am confused!
You're in uncharted territory here, Horsepower. You may be the one others come to if 3D production at this level ever becomes more than a sideshow gimmick.
I have a Panasonic 3D TV I bought in Japan. Model number is not in English so no help there. However I transfer my 3D AVCHD I make using Cyberlink Power Director 14 Ultimate onto an external 2.5" drive. It is formatted in FAT32, and all of the videos 2D and 3D work fine. I also connect it to my PS3 and PS4 and they recognize and play them fine also. I tried once to plug in a thumb drive with a 3D movie into my PS3 and had to copy it to the internal HDD for it to be recognized as 3D. Since then I have always used an external drive instead of thumb drives as they do not seem to work properly. Also if you want to use an external SSD you will need to make sure it is MLC and not NAS. Even though both seen to work under Windows / Mac fine, the NAS I have is not recognized by Linux, Android, or PlayStation unless they reformat it first. But after they reformat it Windows / Mac say the drive is unusable. So I highly recommend an MLC SSD for external drives and NAS for external back-ups through your network only.