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No 3D And Open File Option In Windvd

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I have purchades the ROXIO CREATOR NXT PRO version and noticed that WinDvd HAS NOT the 3D button and the Open File button.

I can only watch phisycal DVD, or blue-ray, or open folders where there are stored the dvd or blue-ray files.

Why?

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This is New to the Suite so we don't have much experance with it...

 

I just tried mine and it won't even run :lol:

 

We do know that it will not play ANY Commercial DVD or BD disc :huh:

 

Maybe one of the other users, with a working version, can check out your 3D question and post their results.

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I think the version included in Creator NXT is an OEM version since what I see and what I can find on Corel's web site are completely different. Where you see "optical drive" and "folder", the Corel web site shows 4 icons including "files."

 

Perhaps you can get more information from the Corel web site or from the Corel forum..

 

WinDVD PRO has this;

WinDVD Pro 11

 

Blu-ray Software

 

  • #1 DVD and Blu-ray™ player software
  • New Blu-ray 3D™ support & 3D glasses included with box version
  • New online movie search engine
  • New 2D to 3D video conversion

The version of WinDVD included in Creator NXT Pro is not the Pro version of WinDVD. Remember the original CinePlayer had to have a plug in to play certain types of videos (BR).

 

 

As for files: I looked at the help files and one is supposed to be able to create a permanent or temporary play list from folders. I tried all kinds of things and could not get the program to create a playlist. I kept getting a non-supported file type. If I selected to open a file from Explorer and selected to use WinDVD, it would play it correctly.

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I did get mine to run and I am seeing about the same results you outlined...

 

When you click the "Open" icon (looks like a folder for some reason :wacko: ) you get the Optical Drive or Folder choice:

 

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This version is more than Stripped Down, I would say it is Gutted and left to dry :lol:

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The problem is that in the past version of Roxio, Cineplayer had 3D and open file option, why not in this one? In my opinion this is a DOWNGRADE, not an upgrade!

Otherwise if you read the HELP inside the software, 3D and open files options are described! :-)

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We are users just like you...

 

You weren't expecting an argument were you :lol:

 

My CinePlayer, BD & 3D, goes back to Creator 2011 so it is intact. I would have hoped that NXT would have left yours intact...

 

I have asked around but no one has tried putting crator 2012 BACK ON their PC after installing NXT! Even then, Short Term Success does not always mean Long Term Success :(

 

Keep an eye on this Topic, maybe someone from Roxio will offer some insight ;)

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The problem is that in the past version of Roxio, Cineplayer had 3D and open file option, why not in this one? In my opinion this is a DOWNGRADE, not an upgrade!

Otherwise if you read the HELP inside the software, 3D and open files options are described! :-)

 

Did you save the Cineplayer update to your hard drive?

 

If so run it, hopefully it will reinstall a working Cineplayer.

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Did you save the Cineplayer update to your hard drive?

 

If so run it, hopefully it will reinstall a working Cineplayer.

 

I did... but pretend WinDVD work correctly as they say on site.

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I did... but pretend WinDVD work correctly as they say on site.

 

Were did you read it would do what you want?

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I have purchades the ROXIO CREATOR NXT PRO version and noticed that WinDvd HAS NOT the 3D button and the Open File button.

I can only watch phisycal DVD, or blue-ray, or open folders where there are stored the dvd or blue-ray files.

Why?

 

I have purchades the ROXIO CREATOR NXT PRO version and noticed that WinDvd HAS NOT the 3D button and the Open File button.

I can only watch phisycal DVD, or blue-ray, or open folders where there are stored the dvd or blue-ray files.

Why?

Back to your question... It appears that NO 3D button is required!

 

I just ran 2, 3D DVD's tonight and both played as expected...

 

Did you even try it before you posted???

 

Anaglyph:

 

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1/2 Width:

 

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LOL! No 3D on WinDVD. It simply shows the file you saved.

In the last picture the software should tell you how would you watch the "left-right" movie, with anaglyth version or 3D system.

 

If you read the "help" in WinDVD software you will find 3D button and "open file" button... but there are not.

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These were Disks, not files... LOOK at the Project Pictures.

 

I do not have a 3D Video Card or Monitors so I cannot do complete testing.

 

But I suggest you actually BURN One :huh:

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Corel told me 3D is not supported on WinDVD for Creator.

In my opinion this is stupid: you can create 3D movies but you cannot watch them. :-(

In Roxio 2012 you could, why not in NXT?

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Corel told me 3D is not supported on WinDVD for Creator.

In my opinion this is stupid: you can create 3D movies but you cannot watch them. :-(

In Roxio 2012 you could, why not in NXT?

On that We Agree! :lol::D:lol:

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