There is no denying that 3D is making a huge impression at the cinema and at home, and many believe that it was the success of Avatar that has helped with the popularity of this technology. The idea of 3D is not a new one but it is when it comes to in the home, and Creator Studio 2011 from Roxio is just the latest company to get in on the action.
This new multimedia suite software is ideal for those who wish to take 2D images and videos and then convert them into 3D, it all sounds good on paper — but how well will it perform, PCMag aims to find out?
So let us get the main thing out of the way first, its price. The Creator Studio 2011 suite costs $99.99 and comes with a pair of cheaply made cardboard 3D glasses — much like the ones that that was given to you when you saw Jaws 3D in the 80’s.
The installation takes around 18 minutes, so more than enough time to study the book that comes with the software, not that many of us ever bother. Read the complete review of Creator Studio 2011 by visiting PCMag.