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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro product line gives beginners and more advanced users exceptional features and intuitive tools for accurate video editing. Start a... Learn More
Cloud storage: 100GB
Export time: 3 hrs/month
Free export resolution: Up to 1080p
User licenses: 1
Licensed songs: 400 + 500 HQ
Export options: youtube,facebook,and 6 more
Unlimited file size
Premium editing features
Includes all the features of Studio
two-pass HD (up to 1920 X 1080), VBR encoding and pro audio features.
NewBlue Titler EX worth $199* included
Direct upload to shutterfly.com, e.g. still frames from videos
Easy operation: New, clearer interface
Faster workflow: Amazing 64-bit performance
Precise video editing: On up to 99 tracks
Proxy editing feature: Edit 4K & HD videos smoothly
Multicam editing for footage recorded on 4 cameras simultaneously
Secondary color correction: Modify individual hues to the smallest detail
Cinema quality special effects: Animated transitions and effects templates
Wireless data transfer: With Movie Edit Touch for tablets
One can discover many free online services for simple videos creating. But those who are used to edit movies in a multi-track video editor, may find these sites functionality not enough. However, online editors with a full timeline also exist. WeVideo is one of them. This online video editor supports multiple tracks and displays the applied effects in real-time. One can add to the video clip tracks from the online library, which is limited to the 50 items in the free version? Includes about 400 items in the paid one. The available effects are very diverse — there are frames, static frames of the same color, animation countdown among them. Although the amount filters in the library are limited, there is a tool for image stabilization among them. You can apply effects to a single clip, or to all clips in the project. In addition, WeVideo can record video from webcam and sound. The resulting file is immediately placed in the current project. One of the highlights of the service — collaboration feature. The users can work on the project together. Each user can make the project available to the other people, and then users can upload their videos, make changes to this movie, and save their version of it. The free service provides 10 GB for video storage and allows to create videos up to 5 minutes long with up to 720p resolution. Projects can be exported to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, saved on your computer. In a paid account these restrictions are removed — you can export video in HD.
I purchased the Flip4Mac Pro version ($29) because for my work I've sometimes needed to convert wmv files to mov or mp4 files for editing on my Mac. Flip4Mac worked like a charm. I was surprised that this wasn't included in Quicktime or as a paid add-on. Maybe some licensing issue with Microsoft. But Microsoft has openly endorsed Flip4Mac as Windows Media Components for QuickTime on their website. It's pretty much the only known component for OSX that supports Windows Media Video and Audio. That format itself is a dying breed, where the preference now is mp4. Mac's native format is mov, and web browsers are now also using webm and ogv. So with all of these formats, being able to convert between them all is crucial. Uploading to YouTube generally does the job for you, but sometimes there are cases if you're viewing a video on your computer or editing, using a standalone player or a website theme and you need to convert the files on your own. The WMV and WMA formats are what Microsoft Windows Movie Maker uses, which is the free program distributed with Windows (kinda like Paint is for images), so it's still widely in use especially amongst Windows users. There are several pricing levels that are both affordable and make sense: - Flip4Mac Player which allows you to play Windows Media files - The Pro version allows to you to import and convert using QuickTime - The Studio version has higher dimensions - The Studio Pro HD has higher quality with two-pass encoding
- Converts WMV and WMA files to Mac formats for editing or viewing - High-quality, affordable price - Handles other files formats too like ASF - Can do high dimension and high-quality encoding
- Costs money, but worth it to get a more quality product that's updated over time - Doesn't work with DRM content, but DRM really isn't in use any more anyway.
Wednesday 05 June 2013
Overall, we found WeVideo to be a capable video editing program, with responsive edits and a simple to navigate, fairly self-intuitive interface. Although waiting on uploads to complete can take a while, you can at least begin working while all that takes place in the background.More about WeVideo
Thursday 25 October 2012
Highly recommended. Flip4Mac could be considered as one of the essential Mac applications, one of the most popular video and music players for Mac OS X. Overall, the price is fair since you’ll really get a lot of features which you don’t have by default within your Mac OS X.More about Telestream Flip4Mac
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Packed with a ton of features, it's clear this software is usable not just by beginners but also advanced level users. Take note that the system requirements are pretty demanding - but that is required since it is such a powerful video editing software. Hence, you might want to consider upgrading your video editing machine before working on this software.More about MAGIX Movie Edit Pro
Sunday 01 January 2012
The new Corel MotionStudio 3D offers great power for adding 3D text and graphics animations to your video productions - with animated extruded text, flying and exploding 3D objects, and naturalistic fire and smoke. Even better, this new product is designed for enthusiast video editors, with an accessible interface to help you quickly create sophisticated animations from pre-built components, and it's priced at only $100.More about MotionStudio 3D
Wednesday 07 December 2011
WeVideo has a solid interface and is the closest I've seen to a desktop video editor. Still, if you're a serious producer looking to replace your desktop editor, WeVideo isn't it. On the other hand, for simple projects that you need to access from multiple computers, or that need to incorporate content from multiple sources, WeVideo is worth a look.More about WeVideo
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