Reviews and Problems with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12
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Doesn't kill my machine!
30 May 2014
Summary: It works quite well with Win7-64 bit. And, in comparison to Premiere 9 or higher, it does pretty much the same, without being such a resource hog that it shuts down your machine at the end of a render (Premiere is famous for this.) When they get it back in stock, buy it!
Pros: reasonably easy to use not a resource hog cost comparable to most others
Cons: Program installed but will not run. Problem Description Application Name: Movie Studio Platinum Application Version: Version 12.0 (Build 895) Problem: Unmanaged Exception (0xc0000005) Fault Module: C:\Program Files\Sony\Movie Studio Platinum 12.0\MovieStudioPlatinum120.exe Fault Address: 0x000000...
Summary: Do not hesitant on buying this program you will not regret it. Its fun to use and addictive. Drop video clips on timeline, click project properties, click match video, point to where your clip is and it sets the correct format for you.
Pros: I have been using Version 6 for several years on my old XP and It was the best. Now I'm using the latest on my new Haswell build and again it is without a doubt the best. Easy install, easy of use, many features everything you need for editing. Come with Architech 5. Never crashes like others.
Pros: First I was able to download the trial version to try it. It’s a full featured trial version. I have used Adobe Premier before and this was similar but way easier to use. The big difference was the "Show me how" feature. It will walk you thru what you need done. As you do it too. It’s like someon...
Summary: I am totaly fed up with sony. Things need to change at newegg because there is way too much that will not work any more.
Pros: None a big mess that they call a program.
Cons: It is impossible to install you put a code in and it just sits there and will not allow you to install. What a waste of money. All these companys and there protection schemes that will not even allow the people that spent good money to use them.
Summary: I'm satisfied with the editing capabilities. Disappointed that I cannot author an AVCHD disk with the included DVD Architect. It's supposed to be able to burn to BluRay, but I haven't used that feature yet as I do not have a BluRay burner.
Pros: Price Fairly powerful editing features Large user base to draw on for help Includes Sony DVD Architect 5.0 Imports AVCHD
Cons: Unable to output to AVCHD Not the most intuitive interface