According to the statement, Blu-ray 3D support enhances CinePlayer’s feature set for the playback of 3D video entertainment and personal video content. CinePlayer with 3D support was introduced earlier this year and will be shipping soon on new 3D-enabled notebook and desktop systems from various manufacturers including ASUS and MSI.
“With its broad 3D capability, now including Blu-ray 3D discs and rich feature set, CinePlayer continues to receive strong interest and support from PC OEMs,” said Matt DiMaria, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Roxio. “As a key element of our overall corporate focus on 3D, we continue to work with other industry leaders to introduce new, compelling 3D products and services that further drive the market for 3D in the home.”
In addition to 3D Blu-ray discs, CinePlayer allows users to view stereoscopic 3D content in a broad range of formats. CinePlayer also provides real-time conversion of 2D video to 3D, so users can enjoy their existing library of DVDs and home movies in 3D. The player is also the first 3D-enabled player to support instant access to new movies delivered digitally via RoxioNow-powered services. This will include 3D entertainment as titles become available for online delivery.
Roxio’s CinePlayer is compatible with a broad range of PC hardware, including all major graphics cards and 3D display technologies. To do this, Sonic has teamed with ATI, Intel and NVIDIA to deliver support for both PC monitors (passive polarized and active shutter) as well as current and upcoming 3D-enabled HDTVs.
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