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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2013 Plus [Download]
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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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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).
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I purchased the download version after that. Now it works with my new X920 smoothly with 5.1ch audio. The movie it generated looks good on my 60' Sharp LC-60LE640U. I used Adobe Premiere Pro before, the interface is different, but concept is pretty much the same. I chose this over Adobe Premiere Elements for its price, simplicity and its 5.1ch audio feature. It is pretty straight forward, easy to learn. It works better (faster) with nvidia graphics card since it takes advantage of the onboard memory. So far I'm pretty happy with it, it serves me well for my needs.
I sampled Elements 11, Cyberlinks newest, Muvee, Sony's offerings but found and settled on Magix.
First off, It takes advantage of the CHEAPER hardware found in PC's. I took a two year old HP with an AMD Quad processor that i got really cheap, through in a 128 GB Crucial SSD ($100 Amazon Prime) through in a 1 TB 7200 RPM SATA drive for Data and loaded the Magix program. I haven't done any other upgrades yet because the program runs great just on that. BUT I can always upgrade the Graphics card - which they recommend, add more RAM, etc.
So bottom line: Cheaper hardware, lots of options.
Then I installed the program, watched a few getting started videos and stated playing around.
The interface and workflow is Great. It does take some playing around, I'm still figuring out how to add titles and center them like in iMovie it has those lines that tell you when youre in the middle of the screen, there's something like that but you have to play around with it.
But the editing, trimming, quality of output and the SLOW MOTION kills iMovie's blocky choppy slow motion. I'm using sony 1080 60p and it can handle it just fine. the quality of the rendering is great and of all the other programs it is the easiest program to adapt to if you've been using iMovie for any length of time.
At at the current price? I paid $30 while it was on sale. If you don't get it you're really missing out. Its a great program trust me, I don't ever write recommendations but I did for this program
Great job Magix
I have cut out scenes from a video recorded in 720p and tried exporting it in 1080p only to see those same scenes still in my video. Exporting to the same resolution is no problem.
My only other issue is speed. The better your system, the faster this software will work. I'm running Windows 7 Professional with a 4 core Phenom II, and 8 gigs of ram. It takes about an hour and a half to export 45 min of 720p video, maybe about 2.5 to 3 hours for 45 min of 1080p. Upgrading the cpu, ram, and graphics card would make this software run a lot faster.
The audio features are great. The software, can eliminate background noise from your videos. I eliminated hissing noise from a wireless microphone. I don't use a clapper for syncing separate audio. I just keep moving the track left or right until I get it lined up right.
I would recommend this if you can't afford professional editing software.
First, this software suffers from the exact same problem as Windows DVD Maker -- where you will tell it to create a Widescreen 16:9 DVD and you see a Widescreen 16:9 Preview on the screen, but once the DVD is Burned, you end up with a 4:3 format that is not Widescreen. This defeats the whole purpose of why I purchased this software.
Second, this software claims you get things such as 99 Templates. In reality, you get THREE potential formats that come with it for a DVD Menu. Everything else that is available must be PURCHASED SEPARATELY!
This software is NOT User Friendly! ... This is absolutely terrible software! ... I am BEGGING YOU to PLEASE DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS!
Perhaps if I sat down for hours and studied the manuals, I might learn. But, good software should be easy...and this isn't. I prefer my 8 year old windows editing software. It's crap but at least some of it is intuitive.
I would give it one star, but to be fair, I haven't tried it enough. Life's too short to try to figure stuff like this out.