Re: Recomendation for budget video editing software
- From: "iws" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2007 19:16:17 -0700
"Mark" <i@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Hi,You may want to try downloading trial versions of each program. I had been a
I want to copy my home movies from the old tapes and store them onto
DVD. I know the basic process but I would like a recommendation on
which software to buy.
I have a very old copy of Pinnacle Studio 7 which came bundled with my
DC10+ card (analogue) but I was disappointed with the results. The
MPEG2 encoder was poor. I tried using a separate MPEG2 encoder but it
all took too long for me to do.
Therefore I hope that there will be some package that will do it all
(edit, render, and DVD author). Something like Pinnacle Studio 7 but
with a (very) good MPEG2 encoder and DVD authoring would be perfect.
I am thinking about the offerings from Corel (Ulead), Premiere
elements, or Sony Vegas. They all seem to be about the right price
(<£60). I don't care about fancy effects - I just want to produce
something plain and simple.
Can anyone give me a recommendation please? I use windows XP and
have a Sony miniDV camcorder (& and a Hi8 too).
long time user of Ulead products but wanted to evaluate other offerings. I
tried Premiere Elements and then Vegas Movie went on sale for F.A.R. so I
actually bought it and am quite happy with it. Keep in mind that in addition
to a time limitation for the trial of Premiere Elements, there is also a
small logo added to your edited video. So basically, you really would only
be able to try the program and not be able to store the results unless you
don't mind the logo.
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