Whether you’re a newbie creating your own home movies or an experienced video editor, you won’t get far without the software and tools to make your movie great. Read expert reviews and honest opinions on the latest and greatest video editing software written by those in the know.
Adobe Premiere Elements 10 includes a few improvements and updates which make editing video easy for the filmmaker. This program introduces a more streamlined organizer, easier sections to work with, and easier online sharing. Let’s take a look.
If you’re in the market for 3D animation software, it’s definitely worth your time to check out MotionStudio 3D – a new product from Corel. We’ll take a look at some of the software’s highlights in this screenshot review.
When looking for software to fulfill your video editing needs, there are many options available on the market to choose from. When you decide what your specific needs are, these reviews will help you figure out which software is best for your projects.
Some consumer video editing programs have trouble handling a lot of codecs, giving you fewer options. Here is a look at different video editing software packages that allow for the greatest amount of codec options.
EDIUS is a full video editing program. It supports a wide-variety of formats, and its motto is “Edit Anything”. It also comes with a hefty price tag. Learn whether this program lives up to its motto as we discuss its pros and cons.
We’re all a little leery of free programs. They often don’t do what they say they’re going to do, and then there’s the problem with viruses. DVDVideoSoft offers a number of different free video conversion programs for Mac – but should you download them?
ScriptBuddy is a new screenwriting platform that allows screenwriters to pen their manuscript online with an easy to use engine. With some glaring limitations and the inability to work with it offline, is there enough here to warrant the price?
Imaginate 2.0 helps you animate your images or photos so you can create interesting slideshows or even videos of your favorite memories. This program is fairly inexpensive, but is it worth the money? Learn more in this digital video software review.
Screenwriters are always looking for good software to create their screenplays. The best programs include Final Draft and Movie Magic but there are other alternatives on the market. One of these options is SceneWriter Pro, which can be found for a fraction of the price of the larger programs.
Not all video editing software applications support MPEG 4 editing. Some of those that do are limited in terms of features. However, there is a select few that offer both MPEG 4 editing and a powerful set of features.
Adobe offers the OnLocation application as part of the Premiere Pro CS5 package. It lets you edit, add comments to or find clips when you are on location. But, does this application really add extra value to Premiere Pro. Learn more in this Adobe CS5 review.
Sports video editing is actually a little different than most other types of editing work. Here is a look at software that can create the player highlights and arrows needed when editing football videos.
Here is a look at a few of the best software options for editing basketball games. Our top picks include industry standards like Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro, but a few completely free options deliver surprisingly good results.