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Creator 2011 Vs. New Video Lab 3D?

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Hey all,

 

I saw the new Roxio Video Lab HD with 3D product on the Roxio main page. Is this the same video editing in Creator 2011 or is there something more to it? It appears to be the same, but wanted to make sure. Thanks!

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Not sure, don’t know

 

One thing that caught my eye was the Edit HD video directly on BD-RE discs… I have a question in about that.

 

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This is something that cannot be done in MyDVD for many versions.

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Hopefully we can find out. I am the type that wants to use the latest and greatest...so curious if this is "better" or if it's just the VideoWave and MyDVD apps ripped from Creator and sold without all the other stuff.

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Know just what you mean, my shelves are stacked with Advertising Boxes :lol: Keep my New and Improved Tide right beside them :(

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Hey all,

 

I saw the new Roxio Video Lab HD with 3D product on the Roxio main page. Is this the same video editing in Creator 2011 or is there something more to it? It appears to be the same, but wanted to make sure. Thanks!

 

I'm not sure that anyone knows other than Roxio. From the sales information, it looks like there are versions of the folloowing applications. The versions MAY be the same as what is in Creator 2011 for there is no way to tell. Don't hold me to this

 

Edit Video -Advanced (may be limited)

Create DVD

CinePlayer (no blu-ray plug in for playback)

Roxio Burn

Label Creator

Create 3D images (not the same as PhotoSuite so no editing of images)

Copy and Convert (maybe)

 

 

No audio functions

No back up

and no other

 

Why would you consider this? Creator 2011 is just a couple of $$ more from the Roxio store even less if bought on-line. There is no return policy if you buy it from a 3rd party supplier.

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I would consider it IF it had additional VideoWave features (that might be forthcoming in C2012). However, it seems more like Video Lab was brought up to the C2011 level.

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Why do car dealers have so many different models?

 

Because they sell. :lol:

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i bought video lab hd because i wanted the new 3d conversion capability and the bluray movie creation but didn't want all the backup and disk utilities that i already have in creator 10.

however the aforementioned 3d photo capability and 3d bluray are not in the software.

i have a ticket open for a month now on this.

however, the site has been updated to eliminate references to that.

 

so yes, buying the lab, the photo software, and the backup software separately is not cost-effective.

so, for someone that doesn't have any other software, the 2011 pro would be the way to go.

 

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i bought video lab hd because i wanted the new 3d conversion capability and the bluray movie creation but didn't want all the backup and disk utilities that i already have in creator 10.

however the aforementioned 3d photo capability and 3d bluray are not in the software.

i have a ticket open for a month now on this.

however, the site has been updated to eliminate references to that.

 

so yes, buying the lab, the photo software, and the backup software separately is not cost-effective.

so, for someone that doesn't have any other software, the 2011 pro would be the way to go.

 

:)

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You are 'weighing in' on a topic that is over 2 months old… :(

 

If you read the specs of VL Lab closely, you will find no mention of 3D Pictures or 3D Blu-ray.

 

You may assume by its’ absence, it is not part of the Suite… Nobody advertises what their software can't do :o You have to read closely!

 

But it may be possible and if you would like to take that up post it again, in the VL HD Forum, I will see it ;) . – 3D BD with that Suite cannot be done but there might be a way to get a picture out of it…

 

If you have EMC 10 it won’t run on Win7. I will assume you have a cut down 10.3 OEM version???

 

I'm going to get this Topic Closed, I think we have pretty well covered all bases :D

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