3D cameras and camcorders have just started to seep out into the market, so chances are you’re not sitting on a whole lot of 3D footage just yet. But in case you jumped on the bandwagon early, Roxio’s newest Video Lab HD will support 3D video editing. It can also convert 2D footage into 3D if you want to give the home movies some dimensional pop on your new 3D HDTV.
Specifically, you can output your final video creation in the RealD format used by 3D HDTVs. Or, you can output and upload 3D footage directly to YouTube’s 3D channel. You can add 3D transition effects to your videos and capture 3D still photos from cameras such as Fuji’s W1. The program costs $70 an is available now.
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