First up, Why Filmora X?Before I get into the whole WonderShare Filmora X review it is important to address why Filmora X has a place in the world. Since the introduction of consumer level video editing software many years ago, the better known brands have been becoming more and more feature rich. This is a bit of a “good news – bad news” scenario. The upside of this … [Read more...] about Wondershare Filmora X Review
Video Editing Software Reviews
This is a collection of my current reviews of software available at the consumer or beginner level through to semi-pro for video editing.
Each review is approached from and end user point of view and I have tried to isolate as best I can the basic differences between the various video editors on offer.
Magix Video Pro X is the top of the line video editing software from the European based Magix company. In posting a review of the program it is important to understand where it sits in the overall video editing software universe. Video Pro X is a professional grade editing and post production suite able to handle all levels of file formats from consumer through to fully … [Read more...] about MAGIX Video Pro X Review
Before I get into the Director Suite 365 review proper I think it is important to understand where CyberLink are coming from in offering this product in the first place. Cyberlink Director Suite is quite an interesting study in how a software company like CyberLink can implement an overall development and feature expansion strategy without alienating their core or entry level … [Read more...] about Cyberlink Director Suite 365 Review
Movie Edit Pro by Magix is that European based software company's feature rich video editing software program aimed at the consumer through to semi-pro video editing market. Any Magix Movie Edit Pro review has to begin with a little background so we can gain a clear picture of how we got here and where we are going! In its early years Movie Edit Pro always offered a superior … [Read more...] about Magix Movie Edit Pro Review
This Vegas Movie Studio 17 review marks the fourth release of the software since Magix bought out the entire Sony Creative range of video and audio editing products a few years back now. Despite the doomsday rumblings at that time as to what what Magix was going to do with the software, the company has steadily continued development with very good results. So just as I do … [Read more...] about Vegas Movie Studio 17 Review