I'm also curious why you didn't mention Windows MovieMaker, which is a pretty capable app as well.
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Pinnacle Studio accept 720p, so you need to use an outside converter to be able to see your recorded 1080p videos... shame on them !
I did buy Pinnacle Studio 10 Plus Titanium Edition some years ago, but there haven??t been much changed since then, so... (Version 10 is from 2006 and version 14 is from 2009 !) 3 years and only the program-start loading speed and a few bugs have been altered...
Just to make sure that nobody think that I hate Pinnacle... In one of my older PCs there is a TV card made by Pinnacle... The TV card haven??t worked very well at any time... and the AVI videos can??t be edited or be seen in Pinnacle Studio version 10 Plus TE or version 14 Ultimate !
My next video editor program will be chosed with extremely good care and consern about its cababilities...
I'm really wondering about the use of spending time giving feedbak to TechRepublic since an answer to serious reader concerns remains to be seen (as for example the links of software programs on TR leading to a direct download instead of to an informatiive page about what this software is doing).
Soon is probably going to be the last straw for me about this slide shows.
Thanks TR for everything else which is good.
No Smoking, No Drinking, No Shoveling Snow and NO SLIDE SHOWS!'
'NO, No, No, No & NoNO. A Coffee-Break level Slide Show is NOT a respectable lead article in what should be a primary technical news magazine. Sheldon would probably comment to the effect, " This is just SO Wrong on so many levels".'
'SHAME, SHAME, SHAME on you. Slide Shows without a comprehensive 'Print' capability, PDF Option or slide deck download availability are TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE ! Don't you dare to wag your finger at others.'
The above are just a few of my 'canned' responses to slide shows that I keep in a .txt doc on my desktop.
They just don't ever seem to get the message. Just because one is less evil than another does NOT make one 'Good'.
From an entity that we pay for access to, we should have more respect. Tech Republic - Please take note.
Please remember that your audience here is not a bunch of grade school kids, or AOL great grandmothers.
Please abandon this silly slide show format & talk to us as colleagues, as professionals, as IT people, with many of them probably have twice your education, background and experience, for crying out loud.
We don't need screen shots at all. Just say the words, and perhaps a link to the app, for convenience, not because we can't find its web site on our own.
Next, we'll probably have to send mass emails to TR's Customer Service or management about this ridiculous format of articles.
Enough said. I'll go bang my head against the wall.
Slideshows *could* work, IF the authors consider their viewers' time:
Please start with a list of the tools that are mentioned/reviewed in ensuing slides.
I love the 5 and 10 lists, but I always prefer when I click a list link and get a plain old webpage. The "Download files" or "slide show" styles are unnecessarily cumbersome. The blog style is fine.
"Some of the finest films of the past 20 years have been edited with Lightworks. We're proud of its heritage and we want to share it with you for free. Read more about Lightworks and discover why Oscar-winning editors across the world use it every day."
They have a reasonably advanced free version, and a quite low cost "Professional" one.
I was wrong, it's even worse. click-wait-scroll down-read one sentence- scroll up-click...
My favorite of the ones listed in NCH's video pad (and their other suite of associated products) for audio/video editing. The more you delve into the product, the more features you find...
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