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Uploaded on Mar 10, 2011
This technology is so new, that unless you have some new software (which I don't) like Vegas 10 or Adobe CS5, it's quite a strange workflow.
I used StereoMovieMaker (plus an mjpg codec that I needed) to convert the 3D-AVI file into a really wide, side-by-side video, which I put into the timeline twice, cropped out the halves I didn't need, squashed them by 50% horizontally (to be YouTube 3D friendly), and changed the speed to 99.9% (since the camera records in exactly 24.000 fps instead of 23.976) to avoid frame blending or a couple of dropped frames.