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Studio MovieBox Ultimate Collection [OLD VERSION]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
3.9 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

Price: $275.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Includes valuable suite of Red Giant effects - Knoll light Factory, Toonit, Trapcode Shine, Particular, Magic Bullet Looks, Trapcode 3D Stroke
  • Just drag and drop for pro results - Add professional effects from award-winning visual effects company Red Giant
  • Edit - Edit HD video directly on your computer
  • Import- Capture video and photos from video cameras, digital cameras, phones, DVDs, and more
  • Enhance - Use the new Motion Titler to create sophisticated animated titles
  • Enhance - Use the new Motion Titler to create sophisticated animated titles -



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Product Description

Capture, edit and share your story. Pinnacle Studio MovieBox Ultimate Collection includes all the hardware and software you need to capture, edit, share and play back spectacular HD movies. The USB 2.0 device captures SD and HD video from virtually any analog ordigital source. You can even record out and convert from your HD home movies to standard definition analog devices, like VCR's and video cameras. The collection includes a complete set of plug-ins and a Chroma-key green screen for advanced effects, editing and production, in addition to feature-rich Studio Ultimate software. Sharing options are as limitless as your creativity: from Blu-ray and AVCHD to YouTube, i-Pod, Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox, and more.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 0.6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • 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
  • ASIN: B00392PQT6
  • Item model number: 82301006841
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,839 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Studio MovieBox Ultimate USB and the version 12 software is awesome! I was doubting on buying this product due to the negative reviews that most people was leaving for Pinnacle USB Video Transfer products. I was having the same problem with the video being jittery and voice quality being terrible. After 30 minutes of playing around with the input/output settings I figured out that my Analog Hi 8mm Camcorder tapes have degraded over time and I had to adjust the software settings for Poor Input Quality. Once I got the setting correct for the software the transfer and output of video and audio was flawless. I was able to output and post video clips on Facebook and to DVD. I hope this review helps anyone out there deciding on whether to buy USB Pinnacle Video Transfer Products.
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I was wracking my brain, trying to figure out how to capture Mini DV videos to my computer from my Sony Digital Handycam that I've had for almost 12 years. The only way to import the videos was through Firewire (IEEE 1394). Unfortunately, today's laptop computers do not have the Firewire port. I purchased the Pinnacle Studio MovieBox Ultimate Collection since I read some reviews that it does the job of providing a Firewire port through USB. Some reviewers stated that it worked beautifully, while others criticized the product for not working at all. I decided to take a chance on the product since I could not find any other solutions. Even the latest Pinnacle products do not offer the Firewire connection. After I plugged in the Pinnacle adapter to my USB port on my Dell Inspiron 15" laptop computer that is running 64-bit Windows 7, and then connected my Mini DV camcorder, using Firewire, my computer immediately recognized my Sony camcorder and provided me the options to import my video. I haven't used the Studio software, so I can't provide feedback on that. I mainly bought this product to capture my many years of home videos, before that capability is no longer available to the average consumer. Once I capture all of my existing MiniDV videos, I plan to transition to a camcorder that uses SDHC for storage as opposed to cassette tapes.
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I'm running a Core2Duo 2.33, and haven't tried the software other than to capture (with version 12 and 15 for capture with the 710-USB).

I will say both worked fine for capture of analog video from 8mm tape. In fact I captured an 1hr15 minute video last night (17 year old tape) and it worked beautifully. Plug and play (well, plug and capture actually), no hiccups. The video looked outstanding! There was nothing for me to do, it recognized the S-Video out, and output to DV. I think v15 has improved over 12 (which worked fine for capture too), as it looked so good and stable for such an old tape. I am impressed.

As for editing etc, I can't speak to as I do all that in Vegas. I only want the Pinnacle for the capture box and it's analog ins & outs. Vegas will use the firewire from my other cams, or files from my DSLR. The bundled plug-ins are made up from big name 3rd party apps, so those should be great for those wanting to edit with this package.
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Have just installed and captured some 20 minutes of video from my old Canon HV20 camcorder which used miniDV tape and has FireWire connector. The FireWire cable needs to be plugged in to the interface box firmly as I initially did not have it pushed in all the way and it couldn't sense any signal. The box was able to detect the Canon HV20 with no problem.

I used to have desktop with FireWire and used it to capture directly from the Canon HV20. That desktop had i7 Quadcore 3GHz CPU running Windows 7 Ultimate, but it occasionally had problem with not detecting the Canon and required reboot. I no longer had that desktop, so have been looking for a way to import from the Canon.

There was some pop-up dialogue about script error, but I just ignored it and continue. I did not encounter any other issue.

The Pinnacle software was able to detect scene change and separate the individual scene into separate clips (shown in the capture window). So it would be easy to edit and get rid of scenes you don't want.

Once I stopped the capturing, there were 1 video file, 2 WAV files in the destination folder. The video did not have sound, which I'm guessing the capturing split everything separately for editing. I guess if I exported everything, then I would have a complete movie.

I will do a more complete capturing tonight of a whole tape (I used 83-minute MiniDV tape) and will update should there be any other issue beside the script error thing. But so far so good..
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My camcorders and laptop were not able to "communicate" with each other due to the fact that my laptop doesnt have firewire. This was a much less expensive solution to replacing all my camera gear. Took a little while to learn (should probably have done one of the online tutorials - my bad) but it's doing a good job for me so far. My edits are very basic at the moment but the software is capable of a lot more than I'm using it for. If you can't figure out how to download your DVC tapes to your computer this is the solution. A lot of wires but cheaper and simpler than the solution of buying new equipment
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