Reviews and Problems with Corel Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus
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Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus
Digital Home Thoughts
31 August 2009
Conclusion: I'm very satisfied with this software. It performed well on my older computer and did exactly what it promised to do. After running through it a few times I'm confident that I can create a professional looking DVD very quickly with just the wizard mode. I'm also impressed that this software will grow with me since I've not even entered the full editor mode.
Summary: The app imported video from unencrypted commercial DVDs without a problem as well. Sadly, while there’s plenty that’s new here, there are plenty of problems, too. Right now, VideoStudio’s main saving grace is AVCHD capability, but there are better choices elsewhere, such as Pinnacle’s new Studio 11 (which also now does AVCHD) or even Premiere Elements.
Pros: One of the few AVCHD editing suites out there; nice white-balance and color-correction tools.
Cons: Sluggish performance; no Blu-ray burning; lots of UI problems left over from Studio 10.
Summary: Ulead make a pretty big promise of video editing software that is easy on system resources, simple to use, and has a plethora of features. I was skeptical about whether it would be true, but after playing around with the software I've got to say, from the perspective of a newcomer to the video editing field, their product completely surpassed my expectations.
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Pros: Easy to use;, Most features perform quickly, even with minimum system requirements;, HD and 16:9 support., No direct YouTube support.