Reviews and Problems with Adobe Systems FrameMaker - ( v. 11 )
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Not bad but not so great either
11 December 2008
Summary: This software would be great for sharing small youtube videos. But when it came to producing full length DVDs, it really seemed to bog down my system and cause random processing delays.
Pros: Easy to use UI, can switch between time line editing and scene editing. The share feature is excellent, makes it easy to format for Youtube and DVD burns.
Cons: Software locks up with little to no warning, and will continue to be non-responsive for as much as 5 - 10 minutes. Seems like it does not work well with using raw VOB files to convert into dvd. This delayed my project quite a bit and my system specs are above and beyond what the software required...
Cons: If have an AMD don't by this software or call they're tech support. It was not only hard to understand him, but what we got from him was that this version will only work with Pentium or he did not know what he was talking about. You can load the program go to start it and it locks up every time. ...
Pros: This is great for home dvds, and family movies. I have used this to make more than 10 new videos and it is easy, and so much faster and easier to use than the other programs i have used in the past, and the quality is great.
Cons: Cannot set up to play individual chapters, then return to main menu AND have the option to play through entire dvd
Summary: I would highly recommend this product to anyone who wants an excellent user interface, yet still seems advanced. Quite a big bump up from Windows Movie Maker. Well worth the $$.$$
Pros: I love how easy this is to use! This is my first video editing program and I am hooked! Great price for what you get. Don't know if I want to spend the extra $$$ for the "Pro" version. Still getting used to this, but it already is awesome! D_D
Cons: I wish there were more "Themes" But I can just do it manually.
Summary: I spent a couple months converting all of my family's home movies on VHS and hi-8 to digital and then to DVD. For the first half, I did it all with free/open source software. It worked great, but it was rather slow. Once I got this I was able to cut my processing time in half, from capture to dvd.
Pros: Easy to use and powerful. Multiple formats for export. Clean user interface and fairly logical layout (all programs take some getting used to, this is no different but it didn't seem to take too long).
Cons: None that I have noticed so far. I know that it won't let you export Blu-ray info to a normal dvd, but since I don't have a blu-ray player or an HD camera, this isn't a problem for me.
Summary: If you want high end video editing software get this.
Pros: Rich in features, easy to use, seamless integration with other Adobe products. The best prosumer editing software currently available.
Cons: Some of the extended menu's need work, but I am sure they will be revised in updates future versions. Somewhat steep learning curve if you are new to Adobe products, but very intuitive if you are familiar with Adobe already.
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