Reviews and Problems with Corel VideoStudio Pro X3
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Corel VideoStudio Pro X7
10 January 2011
Conclusion: Corel continues to offer one of the most feature-packed consumer video editing packages around. And this version beefs up its performance with native 64-bit support.
Pros: Wide selection of fun video-creation tools. Clear, simple interface. Support for 4K Ultra HD and 3D media. Motion tracking lets you add text, effects, and objects that follow a moving element. HTML5 video page creation. 64-bit performance.
Cons: Slightly slower rendering than best competitors. No search for effects or media. Only 20 video overlay tracks.
Corel VideoStudio Pro X3 adds graphics-card acceleration to speed up rendering performance
Good Gear Guide.au
8 February 2011
Summary: New features aside, it's the improved performance of Corel VideoStudio Pro X3 that really makes it worth buying. The ability to apply complex transitions and special effects in real-time makes the editing process feel smoother and more responsive and really encourages you to experiment and explore...
Pros: Support for quad-core CPUs, GPU support, interface has been tidied up
Cons: Creating picture-in-picture effects could be more straightforward, a decent manual wouldn't go amiss