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Latest Roxio Creator adds 3D conversion, editing

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Aug 2010 22:38 User comments (3)

Latest Roxio Creator adds 3D conversion, editing Following the industry's recent push into 3D, Roxio's latest Creator software bundle gives users the chance to convert their 2D photos and videos into 3D, as well as manage and edit 3D content.
Consumers can import files from 3D cameras and camcorders, edit the video, save it to a number of popular formats and finally burn it to DVD, or Blu-ray if you have the proper hardware.

If you have a large collection of 2D video and photos (like everyone does), you can convert it over to 3D using a few clicks.

Gizmodo reviewed that section of the software and had this to say: "The standard amateur 3D rules apply—things work best when you leave a good distance between you and your subject; when there's a well-defined foreground, midground, and background, etc.—but on some of the examples I saw, there was a decent 3D effect (on others it was less successful, but as always, practice makes perfect)."

Outside of the new 3D upgrades, Creator still allows for management, editing and sharing of a variety of file formats.

Roxio Creator 2011 is out now and sells for $100, while a Blu-ray enabled version sells for $120.

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3 user comments

126.8.2010 0:33

My homemade porn in 3D! This will be epic!

226.8.2010 2:45

Some things actually convert to 3D well, but they are few and far between. It seems like every time I see a 2d-to-3d converter in a store, it is being demo'd with volleyball.

326.8.2010 11:31

Jordan's Boobs in 3D.......death by boobies!!!!!!

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