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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2013 Plus

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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  • Exclusive extras: 99 tracks, more templates, 2D and 3D video editing, multicam editing, travel route animation, advanced audio dubbing (i.e. Dolby Digital 5.1), etc.
  • Preview rendering of Stereo 3D & multicam projects: the new segment rendering feature allows for Stereo3D and multicam projects to be played smoothly, even on slow computers.
  • Automatic synchronization of multicam projects using the audio track
  • Fast effect preview: Effects are calculated directly on the GPU (graphic processor) which decreases the load on the CPU and provides smooth playback when previewing effects.
  • Support of new video standard AVCHD Progressive (50p); accelerated export of AVCHD videos with automatic graphics card recognition; fast and direct GPU calculation of all essential video effects
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Product Description

Product Description

The plus version of MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2013 comes with a variety of extras such as: 99 tracks, more templates, 2D and 3D video editing, multicam editing, travel route animation, advanced audio dubbing (i.e. Dolby Digital 5.1), etc. Developers at MAGIX worked hard at making the new version even faster and more efficient, and they were successful! AVCHD file import has been improved and is now more than 40% faster. Rendering test projects (AVCHD Full HD) with Intel Quick Sync Video, AMD/OpenCL or NVIDIA CUDA for the Apple iPad is now up to twice as fast as in previous version. When activating hardware acceleration, your graphics card will be automatically recognized by the program. Calculating effects directly on the graphic card's GPU is therefore now over 90% faster which represents the biggest speed boost out of all the improvements. The new chromakey engine allows you to create impressive video effects in movie quality. Simply record footage of people or things in front of a plain-colored background and layer new photos or videos on top of it - just like a green/blue screen. As in previous versions, finished projects can be burned to DVD/Blu-ray or shared online (e.g. on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc).

From the Manufacturer


Video Editing Without Compromise

Video Editing - Audio Dubbing - Universal Output

The unique feature set in MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2013 Plus is perfect for detailed video editing and professional audio dubbing and will impress even the most ambitious users. Customize special effects and templates down to the last detail. Exclusively from MAGIX: The Audio Mastering Suite makes it possible to dub audio in studio quality.

Key Features

  • Unique performance and output options
  • Faster loading times, preview, and output
  • Improved timeline display with video and audio on one track
  • Improved user interface with quick access features
  • Video editing on 99 tracks
  • Full HD support (HDV, AVCHD/50p)
  • Full Stereo3D support
  • Support of the video standard AVCHD Progressive (50p/60p)
  • Accelerated export of AVCHD videos now with automatic graphics card recognition
  • Advanced audio dubbing (DolbyDigital 5.1)
  • Fast and direct GPU calculation of all video effects
  • High-quality decorative elements and intro/outro templates
  • Chroma key engine for perfect object extraction
  • Templates for professional movie trailers including music and menu templates
  • Preview rendering for Stereo3D and multicam projects
  • Automatic synchronization of multicam projects using the audio track
  • Multicam editing (for footage from two different cameras)
  • Secondary color correction
  • Travel route animation
  • Universal output options: Files, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, YouTube, Facebook, and more
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Other features:

Video editing
  • Full Stereo3D workflow
  • Screen capturing
  • AVCHD import assistant with preview function
  • AVCHD SmartRendering
  • Custom and automatic video editing
  • Video monitor zoom feature
Effect and audio editing
  • Accelerated effect preview
  • High-quality effects, transitions and templates
  • Faster image stabilization
  • Dynamic slow motion effects
  • Primary color correction
  • Professional audio editing and sound restoration
Universal output
  • Export wizard
  • Export to SD cards
  • Burn to disc
  • Transfer to mobile devices
  • Upload videos to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook
  • Direct connection to the "magix.info" Multimedia Community


Professional video editing

  • 99 tracks for picture and sound
  • Multicam editing (for footage from two different cameras)
  • Professional movie templates


Full HD support

  • Compatible with all camcorder formats
  • e.g. miniDV, AVCHD, HDV
  • Also for 50p/60p recordings


Unique effects creation

  • Travel route animation
  • Effect transitions with sound
  • Secondary color correction


Menu design

  • For DVDs and Blu-ray Discs
  • Over 70 high-quality menu templates
  • Completely customizable


Full 3-D support

  • Import any 3-D photo and video format
  • Toggleable 3-D preview monitor
  • Output to DVD, Blu-ray Disc, mobile devices, or upload to YouTube


MX stands for Media-X-change - the fast exchange of media with other MAGIX programs, online services, and mobile devices.

System Requirements

Supported Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows 8 (32-Bit and 64-Bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 7 (32-Bit and 64-Bit)
  • Microsoft Windows Vista (32-Bit and 64-Bit)
  • Microsoft Windows XP (32-Bit)
Minimum System Requirements
  • Processor: Dual core processor with 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Graphics card: Onboard graphics card with a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768
  • Sound card: Internal sound card
  • Hard disk memory: 2 GB free disk space for program installation
Supported Devices
  • FireWire interface: for use with DV/HDV camcorders
  • USB interface: for use with HD camcorders, cameras, digital video recorders and webcams
  • Video, TV, or graphics cards with a video input for digitizing analog sources
  • TV tuner and DVB T/S tuner cards for recording TV streams
  • Optical drives: Blu-ray, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-RAM, or CD-R/RW burner
Recommended System Requirements for (AVC)HD and Stereo3D Editing
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad-core processor with 2.83 GHz (Intel Core i7 recommended) or AMD Quad-core processor with 2.8 GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphics card: Dedicated graphics card with 512 MB VRAM or more
  • For accelerated AVCHD output: NVIDIA GeForce 8000 Series and better (CUDA) or AMD Radeon 5000 Series and better (OpenCL) or integrated graphics with Intel Quick Sync Video
  • Sound card: Multi-channel sound card recommended for surround sound editing
  • Optical drive: Blu-ray burner for creating your own Blu-ray Discs
Recommended System Requirements for 3D Playback
  • Red/cyan glasses required for anaglyph 3D display.
  • A special monitor is needed to watch content with polarized filter glasses.
  • A 120 Hz monitor or a projector as well as compatible shutter glasses and graphics card are required for shutter playback.
Supported Import Formats
  • Video: AVI, DV-AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MTS, M2TS, MXV, MJPEG, QuickTime, WMV(HD), VOB, MKV
  • Audio: WAV, MP3, OGG, WMA, MIDI, DolbyDigital Stereo/5.1 (downmix to stereo)
  • Images: JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIF, TGA
Supported Export Formats
  • Video: AVI, DV-AVI, MJPEG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, QuickTime, WMV(HD)
  • Audio: WAV, MP3
  • Images: JPEG, BMP
Supported File Extensions (Import)
  • .avi, .dat, .evo, .m2v, .m1v, .h264, .mpv, .mpg, .mpeg, .mpg2, .mps, .mp2, .mpe, .m2s, .vdr, .vob, .mod, .vro, .ts, .trp, .tp, .m2t, .mpt, .mmv, .m2ts, .mts, .tod, .mov, .mp4, .dvr-ms, .asf, .pva, .mp4, .mpeg4, .mpeg-4, .m4v, .3gp, .3g2

Note: Online services offered in the program and the online update feature require an Internet connection. For copyright reasons MPEG-4, MPEG-2 and DolbyDigital Stereo must first be activated for free. Windows Media Player version 10 or higher must be installed in order to export MP3s.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1.4 x 7.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Item model number: 639191773280
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 24, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,277 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mike on October 12, 2012
Format: CD-ROM
Length: 0:38 Mins
I'm writing this review from the perspective of an upgrade. For fuller reviews of MEP, see my 4 star review of MEP v17 and my 5 star review of Movie Edit Pro 18 MX Plus. (Always buy the "Plus" version of MEP. Encoders are free, you get a dedicated music and photo editor, plus some other important enhancements.)

Bottom line: MEP 2013 (a.k.a v19) is really a "point" or incremental upgrade rather than a new version. There's no compelling reason to buy this "version." (I guess, like cars, they have to introduce a new model every year, whether needed or not.)

In fact, in my tests, when it comes to encoding YouTube video (MP4) it's worse that the previous version. (See my accompanying video, where I recorded VLC player video of the same MP4 project encoded by MX vs 2013.) In fact, per the update below, the third party MP4 encoder that ships with Magix 2013 is still "beta!" So the previous version 18 (a.k.a. Movie Edit Pro 18 MX Plus) is what you should buy.
UPDATE November 24, 2012: First, Magix just issued its second patch for v2013. Current version is now They say they fixed a few things and I'll take their word for it. (Update December 6, 2012: After the patch, or after upgrading to a new (better) video card, I cannot play the Magix Demo anymore without the program hanging. Whereas I can play the Demo just fine on old v18 MX.)

Second, they updated the third party Main Concept MP4 encoder! But it's still not right.

Well at least Main Concept is updating their encoder. So there's hope.
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December 13, 2012
Hi Mike,

First off, thank you for the comprehensive comments, there is a lot of good information in there. I would like to make some of my own on your results.

* The MPEG4 Encoder updates are incorrect, the same encoder is used in both versions MX and 2013, Main Concept have not released any update. I cannot explain the differences on your system, however, from a technical standpoint, the same have been used in both versions.

* Unfortunately a Geforce 610 is not really a graphics card update, these graphics cards are practically the same as an onboard Intel 4000, their video performance is very poor. The problem is that the comparison is between a 800Mhz GPU and a 3.4Ghz CPU, regardless of architecture differences, it will be clear which will win. You will not see any benefit from shunting the workload to the graphics card, this is part of the reason why the software will not use the card over the CPU. We recommend for HD editing at least a Geforce 650 or above.

* 3 way color correction is in Movie Edit Pro as well now. It means that in the Color correction you have 3 options, Master, Foreground and Background. This allows you to change the color for the whole frame (Master) or change the color for objects selected (foreground) or change the color for everything not selected (background). This means you can create some really nice effects, like making people stand out or deadening the background.

* I will pass on your comments about the masking, that would be handy than the current method which is a little cumbersome.

In terms of the version improvements, this version does not have any massive new features like a couple of the past versions, it is more an evolution of the product in terms of usability and the underlieing engine. As with any upgrade consideration I always recommend trying the trial version to see if it offers any advantages. Personally I like a lot of the new little features in the new version like the quick insertion from the Import Manager, the tabs now for multi video projects and being able to save track space through the audio and video doubling up.

Hope this helps.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By R. M. Chesney on January 6, 2013
Format: CD-ROM
If you are a video editing hobbyist and are struggling to find a good application I can't recommend Magix Pro 2013 enough.

I have spent so long attempting to video edit using a number of popular products, most notably Sony Vegas and Power Director. I have a decent PC with plenty of CPU and RAM grunt as well as a credible video card. I don't normally write reviews but if I can save someone else the time I have wasted it will be worth it.

My criteria...
Time-lapse and Slow motion
Easy to use
High Quality Output
Solid Responsiveness (eg. When scrubbing through footage)
Solid Performance (doesn't crash all the time)
Something I could grow in to as I became more experienced

I originally (2006ish) started using Sony Vegas and found the interface quite intuitive and user friendly and that is where the Pro's ended. I had a nightmare of a time rendering and would forever get interlacing or ghosting issues. While there may be ways to fix this I found no easy way to do so and by default this is the only program I used that has these issues. FYI - I downloaded a trial of the 2012 version and still had the same problems.

I finally decided to go on the hunt again and found Power Director (v9). This was a lot more simplified and was not quite as user friendly (eg. Being able to automatically cross-fade by dragging clips together). Aimed at the most very basic consumer it has limited effects and has wickedly lame templates. To its credit its stabilization feature is probably the best I have seen and is what keep me hanging on to it for so long.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Casa_Hernandez on October 18, 2012
Format: CD-ROM
Length: 3:10 Mins
I just received my NEW Magix Movie Edit Pro 2013 Plus. As I am writing this review, I am installing the program. So, while the program is installing I thought I would first say that this is not my first Movie Edit Pro. I have been using the software for a couple years now and I have been very pleased with the results thus far... especially for the price. The last couple releases have seen dramatic improvements in GPU support, which for those "videographer" among us, would be seen as a gift from the almighty master coder.

The installation has finished and the Movie Edit Pro 2013 Plus has started for the very first time. So from here on, you will get my first reactions to the software.

At first glance, the program seems identical to the previous release, but after looking around I noticed a tab section for the movies within the project. I actually use this within the software and I am happy with this improvement... But, as you might not have this version, I will try to explain. In previous releases you could create a new movie within an existing project by pressing a "Reel" icon on the arrangement toolbar and selecting "New Movie". To change from one movie to another within the same project required you to go to this "Reel" icon and select the movie you want to work with... now, everything is a tab, so its easy to locate, click and work. Greatly improving workflow.

I will admit though, much of this release is the same on the interface as it was in the previous release (Movie Edit Pro MX Plus) but from what I have read, this release has had some engine work done on the graphic engine, support for OpenGL and CUDA as-well-as optimization for Windows 8... Yes, its coming. I tested the claim that it was faster, and yes... the export was faster, decisively faster.
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