Roxio today unveiled Roxio VideoLab 3D, the first personal video editing suite for capturing, editing, and sharing personal 3D content.
Designed to be bundled with 3D-enabled PCs, laptops, cameras, camcorders, and accessories, Roxio VideoLab 3D allows users to import a wide range of 3D video formats including stereoscopic content directly from 3D cameras. The software also automatically converts standard 2D content into 3D. Roxio is demonstrating Roxio VideoLab 3D at the Digital Experience press event taking place in New York at the Metropolitan Pavilion on June 23rd.
With Roxio VideoLab 3D, consumers can use familiar video editing tools to turn raw 3D footage and converted 2D content into 3D home movies, complete with titles, transitions, and effects. The finished results can be exported in a range of formats, including the RealD Format for a cinematic-quality 3D viewing experience on 3D-enabled home PCs and HDTVs. In addition, projects may be uploaded and shared via YouTube in 3D.
- 3D capture from stereoscopic cameras (such as the Fuji W1)
- Import 3D files in common 3D formats, including side-by-side, over-under, anaglyph, and dual stream. In addition, Roxio 3D Labs supports all standard 2D photo and video file formats.
- Simplified Storyline, as well as advanced 32-track Timeline editing views
- Full range of editing options including trimming, title creation, narration, music tracks, and video correction features
- 3D transitions and special effects
- 2D to 3D real-time conversion
- Authoring of DVDs and Blu-ray Discs
- Save 3D video in a range of file formats (including RealD Format for a cinematic-quality personal home 3D experience)
- Direct upload of 3D video to YouTube;
Roxio VideoLab 3D is compatible with a broad range of PC hardware, including all major graphics cards and 3D display technologies. To do this, Sonic has teamed with ATI, Intel, and NVIDIA to deliver support for both PC monitors (passive polarized and active shutter) as well as current and upcoming 3D-enabled HDTVs.
Roxio VideoLab 3D is one of the 3D-enabled products and services the company will introduce this year for PC OEMs, consumer electronics manufacturers, and retailers.