WIN! A Panasonic Lumix TZ10 and Roxio Creator 2011

Roxio Creator 2011- turn your video and pictures into 3D
Roxio Creator 2011- turn your video and pictures into 3D

2010 is certainly the year 3D came of age in the home. From TVs to camcorders to 3D Blu-rays, 3D technology is here and it is here to stay.

3D in the home wouldn't be complete, however, without the ability to turn your own home movies and photos into 3D masterpieces.

Lucky, Roxio Creator 2011 is on hand to help you do just that. In fact it is the first digital media suite that enables home users to convert 2D photos and videos into 3D.

Roxio is helping create a new dimension to people's personal memories and the best bit about it is that no special hardware is needed – you can simply take existing material (or new) and quickly convert to 3D.

So it is very simple and good fun too!


To celebrate the launch of Roxio Creator 2011, TechRadar has teamed up with Roxio to give one lucky reader the chance to win a fantastic Panasonic Lumix TZ10 camera and a copy of Roxio Creator 2011.

If you don't bag the first prize, then don't fear as we also have five copies of Roxio Creator 2011 to give away to five lucky runners-up.

In all, the prize is worth around £550. Each copy of Roxio Creator 2011 has a price of £49.99.

For more information on Roxio Creator 2011, point your browser to

This competition is now closed. The winner is Mr S Jihnson. The runners up are Derek McDonald, Paul Debenham, Lee Hull, Giles Knibb and Diane Cooper.


Please note that this competition is only open to UK residents over 18 years of age.

There is no cash alternative to the prize and unless agreed otherwise in writing the prize is non-refundable and non transferable.

Marc Chacksfield

Marc Chacksfield is the Editor In Chief, at DC Thomson. He started out life as a movie writer for numerous (now defunct) magazines and soon found himself online - editing a gaggle of gadget sites, including TechRadar, Digital Camera World and Tom's Guide UK. At Shortlist you'll find him mostly writing about movies and tech, so no change there then.