Roxio Creator 2011 Pro [Old Version]
- All the power of Creator 2011, plus 5 powerful applications
- Burn HD video to Blu-ray Discs; make music files sound new again
- Create custom soundtracks; restore your PC in case of a disaster
- Protect your discs with encryption; remote audio access and share
- Edit in 3D and create 3D DVDs; enjoy 3D movies on your PC or TV
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Roxio Creator 2011 pro
Easily enhance, preserve, and share your digital media with Roxio Creator 2011. Turn your standard videos and photos into 3D masterpieces, and playback 3D movies on your PC--includes free 3D glasses.
Edit video and create DVDs. Fix and enhance photos; create photo slideshows, cards, and panoramas. Copy music; digitize LPs and tapes. Convert audio and video files for mobile playback. Burn, back up, copy, and preserve files to CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc. New features include video stabilization and rotation. Plus now you can access the media on your home PC--from the Internet--while you're away from home. Built-in video tutorials make it easy to learn everything that Creator can do.
New in this version
Turn your standard videos and photos into 3D masterpieces to playback on your PC or TV. Creator also lets you view Hollywood's 3D movies on your desktop or laptop PC. Now you can access the content on your home PC while you're away--through the Internet.
- New! Turn your 2D videos into stunning 3D movies
- New! Edit in 3D and create 3D DVDs
- New! Create amazing 3D images even from photos taken with a standard camera
- New! Transform your 2D photos into 3D works of art
- New! Play back 3D movies on your PC or 3D TV--3D glasses included in non-downloadable version
- New! Stabilize shaky video taken with a handheld camera
- New! Rotate video with one click
- New! Access and share the digital media on your PC from the Internet
Also included in Roxio Creator 2011:
- Fast and versatile HD video editing and encoding
- Create movie magic with a few clicks
- Capture streaming web videos take TiVo DVR shows to-go
- Create Hollywood-style DVDs
- Rip, mix, burn, and share digital and analog audio
- Capture Internet audio, whatever the source
- Powerful Sound Editor
- Convert CD audiobooks for your iPod
- Preserve old LPs and tapes
- Create mixes an identify your audio...automatically
- Upload photos & video to You Tube & Facebook
- Create slideshows, cards, calendars, and more
- Create dazzling online PhotoShows
- Restore old photos with a few clicks
- Create panoramas from individual photos
- Drag, drop, burn--right on your desktop
- The industry standard for burning
- Copy CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs* with one click
- Create custom DVD video compilations
Now with 3D Features
Edit in 3D and create 3D DVDs
Edit 3D videos and create Hollywood-style 3D* movies on DVD or 3D Blu-ray discs.
Enjoy 3D movies on your PC or TV
Experience the magic of 3D right away on your PC or in the comfort of your living room--on TV.
Create 3D pictures
Create amazing 3D images even from photos taken with a standard camera. Or transform your 2D photos into 3D works of art.
Top customer reviews
So I thought I will have to do this myself. I thought of things on my computer that would probably not be on other computers that also had Creator Pro 2011. The one thing that jumped out at me was MAGIC JACK, a telephone application that creates two disk drives. I pulled it out of the USB jack and miracle of miracles Creator Pro worked. I notified Tech Support and they responded with an apology saying they had missed it in DxDiag and they knew that that program will cause a problem.
I've only had Creator for a few days and had one problem already. The Sound Editor crashed and I lost about 20 songs from Pandora. I also created a 3D version of a portrait. I was in 3D but the colors are washed out since you must use red and cyan glasses (supplied) which eliminates those colors from the picture. Everything else I tried so far seems to work. It does eat disk space and I suspect along with that it needs a powerful computer chip.
It has many many features so it is worth the $70 that Amazon charges. But with all the problems I can only give it 3 stars.
Let me start by saying I am a computer geek since 1979. Started programing in Basic in 1979 and in 1980 I was working on mainframes in the USAF. First PC purchased in 1986 and wrote programs for PCs for Ashland, owner of Valvoline Oil. Started building PCs in 1987 and selling them to co-workers. I have used all sorts of software from dbase to 4 generation languages. I have done server and database administration, networking and developed cross platform applications. I'm one of the savviest PC users around, the person you wish lived next door to you when you have a problem with your PC because I'm the one that never failed to fix any problem you or your friends ever had on a PC. I'm the one that teaches the neighbors' teenagers. My computer background in extensive and I know my way around most bugs and problems whether in Microsoft or third party software.
Next, for hardware I recently purchased a new Dell Studio XPS 7100 with 8 GB memory and 1TB HD and I have a portable external 1TB HD. My goals were to convert the collection of VHS tapes to DVDs and convert the collection of LPs to MP3 files.
With that said, I found this software easy enough to install and that was where the pleasant experience ended. The install did seek the latest install update and loaded just fine. Then upon starting the software for the first time, it once again updated itself with the latest service pack update. I went through the menu to seek additional updates to ensure that all updates were installed and no other updates were available. Now, the task of going through the tutorials to see how I could copy my VHS tapes to DVDs. I see that with such a sophisticated software package there are multiple ways to accomplish my task. After reading the other reviews and seeing a running theme of going straight from VHS to DVD seemed like not the way to go, I opted to capture video to disc and then disc to DVD. When I attempt to change the location to capture to, I see their Browse option causes the software to crash. OK I can always move it later once it is captured to their default location on disk. I play with the record settings by recording two minutes at a time until the best video image recording was obtained. Upon completion of capturing my first video, I watch it off the PC monitor to verify the quality is up to standard. First thing I notice once the voices kicked in is dubbing disease. For those unfamiliar with this term, the lip motion is out of sync with the words heard. OK, back to square one and reset my video options back to what worked best and now play with the audio cables to see if I can use the sound from the mic port as opposed to the capture device port to see if this will resolve the audio delay. When this failed I went back to the original capture device audio port and for grins and giggles I turned off the play back monitor and recorded a couple of minutes and then played back my short recording to see this resolved the dubbing disease issue which worked. So I recorded my movie the second time.
Now I need to convert the captured video file (mpg format). I again have a couple of options, covert direct to DVD or convert to PC files. Well, I did want to have a neat DVD menu so I of course tried their option to "Edit and Transfer" only to not be able to find my captured video because the browse button once again causes the software to crash. I try their "Create DVD" option and again using the browse button to find my captured video causes the software to crash. Well, I'll just attempt to convert and burn now. Again, a couple of options to choose from. First I tried convert straight to DVD, which the browse button actually works on. So after playing with the settings again, I attempt my first burn. Convert process is not the fastest even with what I thought to be a powerful PC but I now have my DVD burned and walk it over to the DVD player hooked up to the TV. Slap it in and the DVD player tells me it cannot load the DVD. Bring the DVD disc back to the office and put it into my old PC DVD player with the same results. Explorer on the old PC confirms the files on the disk are unreadable. I bring the disk back to the original burner and the original burn also confirms my instinct that the files are unreadable.
Well, to sum this review up, I tried a few different ways to burn the DVD with the same negative results. Over a dozen DVD disc wasted using various methods to burn all resulted in either the software pretending to burn to the DVD when no files are actually written or files that are written are not readable. I know the DVD burns fine being the Microsoft Movie Maker has no problems burning DVDs. I have sent in my work order to Roxio to see if they can resolve. But bottom line is this, if I have this much trouble out of the gate and I'm good on PCs, how much more trouble will you have using this software?
But that gets me to why I'm doing a review after all this time. I had posed a question about whether this program would continue to work after I upgraded to Windows 10. Three people gave me a response that said it would not. I am happy to inform you that it continued to work after the upgrade. At least so far, that is. I'll give follow up if the program ceases to work as time goes by. But right now it's working fine.