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Serif MoviePlus X3 [Download] [OLD VERSION]

by Serif
Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
30 customer reviews

Price: $79.99
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Download size: 1111 MB
Download time: 15 minutes - 1 hour 45 minutes on broadband
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  • Simple-to-use Storyboard and Timeline modes to create movies in minutes.
  • Import and edit AVI, WMV, MPG, and MOV files and movies from your camera.
  • Easily add loads of special effects and transitions.
  • Onscreen 'How To' guides offer help at every stage.
  • Export your movies to DVD, YouTube, iPod® & PSP, and more.

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Bonus content: Comes with two additional programs: MoviePlus X3 Resources and Impact Plus 5.1

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Product Description

Platform:PC Download

Start your movie projects by grabbing source video from your camera, from a file on your PC, from DVD - with great compatibility. Piece together your movie marvels without headaches. Edit your movies quickly and easily with powerful tools and unlimited creativity. Add polish and dazzle - fast - with a massive range of easy-to-use, customizable, professional video and audio effects. Share your video with anyone, anywhere. Get your video online with YouTube, fast. Save in all popular formats and even burn straight to DVD.

MoviePlus X3 gives you:

  • Storyboard Mode
  • 'How To' Guides
  • YouTube Upload
  • iPod & PSP Exports
  • Narration Recording
  • Built-in DVD Authoring
  • New Easier Interface
  • Amazing Special Effects
  • Title & Text Animation
  • Powerful Audio Effects
  • Improved Pan & Zoom
  • Accurate Scene Detection
  • Enhanced Media Pane
  • MPEG-4 Technology
  • New Text Styles Gallery
  • AVCHD Cam Support
  • Digital CD Ripping
  • Device Download Wizard
There's almost no limit to what can be achieved with MoviePlus X3 thanks to amazing flexibility and power.

Product Details

Platform: PC Download
  • Downloading: Currently, this item is available only to customers located in the United States.
  • Note: Gifting is not available for this item.
  • ASIN: B00328HZRI
  • Release Date: November 24, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,603 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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49 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Cap't Spaulding on February 3, 2010
Platform for Display: PC Disc Verified Purchase
After reading reviews here and having many problems w/ Nero 9 program I tried Serif's MoviePlus X3. It worked great out of the box and easily burned 2 DVD's for me. After that I was asked to register the program at Serif's site- it shut the program down if i did not register. Once I registered I could not operate anything in this program: I consistently got a Runtime error that shut down the program. Tech support is online only, so I sent a detailed email to them: the Serif site says usually a 2 day reply to support requests. After 5 days I got a reply, but only after I sent an email to customer service complaining about not hearing from tech support. I followed the tech's directions to the letter (the tech told me I was his top priority and he'd be available to get this program running for me) only to get the exact same Runtime error message. 4 emails to "Dom", the Serif tech, have gone unanswered still from my first reply to him 7 days ago. So, I've spent $60 over 2 weeks ago on a program that doesn't operate, I've gotten no help from tech support or customer service and I can't return the product since it's been installed and registered. I've tried calling the Serif US office several times over the last week: no answer, no voice mail message, just endless ringing of the phone.
When I did get to burn a disc the program looked good- easy to follow and nice options for menus, etc. but now it's worthless after I did the required registration and 2 weeks of non- tech support or service.
At least the Marketplace merchant has offered to refund 1/2 the purchase price.... something they didn't have any obligation to do.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By James H. Beauchamp on July 5, 2010
Platform for Display: PC Disc Verified Purchase
As a means of liberating myself from Nero products (which are very good, but a notch below what I thought should be available for amateur movie editing), I bought this program, in the naïve assumption that it would be easy to learn and use. In retrospect, I got more than bargained for.

My goal was simply to edit various home movies, as well as other movies I've made on topics that are interesting to me. I needed a storyboard tool, one that gave me easy cut and paste tools, and one that let me add titles and other features (such as scene transition features) which would dress up drab, home movies. MoviesPlus X3 ("MP X3") more than fills the bill.

This program taught me much about input source: I initially used a Sony HD tape camcorder and clips from my Olympus camera and iphone; my camcorder, however, turned out not to be what was needed for PC editing. Sony appears to be very proprietary in its products and applications, meaning, it is not easy to convert Sony tapes to a computer (the Sony software provided with the camcorder didn't work on my Dell netbook, so I had to buy a USB plug-in from Diamond One-Touch Video Capture, which does the job). However, once I got the tape converted to my PC, I then had to figure out how to edit the files with MP X3. This process is still ongoing, but over the course of time, I have not minded reading the MP X3 user's guide (which is very good, all things considered), and experimenting with various techniques available to make the movie clips better than they were.

During this initial workout phase, it became obvious that my HD tape camcorder was not efficient for future use, so I began searching for replacements.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John O'Brien on January 6, 2011
Platform for Display: PC Disc
I've been looking for a great, all around, powerful video editing tool for some time. I am a basic home user, not looking to direct an actual movie, but focused on video and photo slidehows mostly. I've tested these products:
1. Roxio Creator 2011 - My second favorite...easy, but powerful, but not overly stable and lacks some of the advanced features of MoviePlus (for example, it can't reverse video and doesn't support keyframes)
2. Cyberlink PowerDirector v8 and v9 - Can't get use to the interface; not a fan of the overall look and feel and I've had limited success using the product
3. Magix Movie Edit Pro 17 Plus - Too complicated, especially in the interface. Daunting 300+ page manual, typical European conversion issues with language
4. Corel VideoStudio Pro X3 - Looks just like PowerDirector, but less powerful and stable. Has some advanced features but there are similar products out there with less of a learning curve
5. Serif MoviePlus X3 - Easy to use, great help options, stable, and very powerful if you dig deep
Serif MoviePlus X3 has met every challenge I have thrown at it. It has no issues with my HD video (although until the new version comes out it won't natively burn blu-ray, but will downscale HD video as best it can), and I was able to jump right in and create various productions with ease. The only issue I have had with it is that for some reason when I burn a production it sometimes omits my title slides...not sure why, and it usually fixes itself when I burn again, but nothing that would make me rate it down. Support has also been great, and the online forums are very helpful. I would HIGHLY recommend this product to anyone looking for a fun, easy-to-use video editing tool that you can grow into as you need more advanced features. Rumor has it the new version, X5, will be out this quarter, so watch out for that (fingers crossed for native blu-ray authoring)! Thanks!
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