Novato, Calif.-based Sonic said that in addition to authoring and encoding tools required for 3D productions on Blu-ray Discs, it is enhancing 3D capabilities for its recently rebranded RoxioNow (formerly Roxio CinemaNow) movie download service and Roxio CinePlayer BD.
Finally, new consumer product, Roxio Video Lab 3D, allows consumers to edit and burn personal 3D content on standard DVDs. These discs can then be played back on any standard DVD or Blu-ray player connected to 3D-enabled HDTVs or PCs and viewed with appropriate 3D glasses.
This is exactly the kind of exciting PC product I expect to see a lot of in the next few months. Don't be surprised to see lots of 3D still cameras, and the ability to create 3D slide shows, just as we can create regular slide shows on CD and DVD media already. Expect Nero, Pinnacle and Cyberlink, along with others, to announce similar products.