Video Editing Software

Ainol V6000HDA

It's pretty cool that you can now take your movies everywhere you go, but it doesn't mean you don't want to watch them on your TV as well.

Friday, 26 June, 2009, 12:00am

Designers battle it out before 800 in graphic detail

What do you get when you fill a large hall with graphic designers and tech nerds? How about high drama and suspense.

19 May 2009 - 12:00am

Film editing tool gets an Oscar

Developed for digital video editing on a personal computer, Avid Liquid 7 offers the Swiss Army Knife-version of essential software programs to get the job done.

It has a fully integrated video toolset:

25 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Film editing tool gets an Oscar

Product: Avid Liquid Price: $4,300 Pros: Delivers the smoothest capture, edit and finishing experience in the business Cons: Processing the multiple audio tracks may cause drop-outs during playback

Developed for digital video editing on a personal computer, Avid Liquid 7 offers the Swiss Army Knife-version of essential software programs to get the job done.

24 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Apple suite's latest upgrade puts power of publishing in easy reach

Designed to serve a digital lifestyle, Apple Computer's iLife '06 suite comes with major upgrades to the iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD and GarageBand applications. It also adds a key publishing tool to help create podcasts.

8 May 2015 - 4:21pm

Software turns home videos professional

Product: Pinnacle Studio Plus 10 Price: $950 Pros: Easy to learn and use, with professional-quality features Cons: Sometimes unstable

Beyond the cool technology and new gadgets, more consumers are embracing video and digital photography because capturing treasured moments and sharing their stories has become an important part of their lives.

13 Feb 2006 - 12:00am

The last word

Record a message for your loved ones to remember you by

Think about when your time comes to die. Would you rather go down suddenly like a bombed computer and just vanish without a trace?

Or would you prefer to shut down slowly, so that everyone has time to grow used to your absence and establish a sense of 'closure'?

9 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

The last word

Think about when your time comes to die. Would you rather go down suddenly like a bombed computer and just vanish without a trace?

Or would you prefer to shut down slowly, so that everyone has time to grow used to your absence and establish a sense of 'closure'?

8 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Genius of simplicity behind the artistry of Apple iApps upgrade

There is a reason Apple Macintosh is better. Yes, I know if you are a passionate Mac fan there are dozens - if not hundreds - of reasons why the Mac is better.

1 Mar 2005 - 12:00am

Affordable laptop packs in a full book of features

Apple Computer champions its recently upgraded iBook line as the most affordable PowerPC G4 processor-based system on the market.

Based on the features of the new 14-inch G4 iBook with SuperDrive, Apple seems well aware of truth in advertising.

This machine may be priced lower than most notebook computers, but it packs a lot of power.

8 May 2015 - 4:18pm

Pinnacle puts you in picture

Silicon Valley-based Pinnacle Systems' Pinnacle Liquid Edition version 5.5 was released in September last year to provide a comprehensive professional editing solution, with real-time compositing, special effects and DVD authoring within a single intuitive interface.

9 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

Pinnacle puts you in picture

Product: Pinnacle Liquid Edition version 5.5 Price: $4,650 Pros: Great real-time performance Cons: Version 6 was announced last week in Hong Kong

8 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

Home video kit makes the cut

Product: Studio 9 home video kit Price: $2,650 [software plus hardware] Pros: Simple user interface, easy to use Cons: Hardware dependent - software does not work if the Studio MovieBox Deluxe is not functioning properly

4 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Put yourself in the (motion) picture

Want to be the next Michael Moore or Stephen Spielberg? Get a video camera, the biggest, baddest Macintosh G5 you can get (2.5 Gigahertz DP with an Apple 30-inch Cinema Display would just about do it), more Ram than you can afford, lots and lots of disk space (did I mention Apple's RAID?), Final Cut Pro HD and Apple's Motion.

31 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

Put yourself in the (motion) picture

Product: Motion from Apple Price: $2,500 for Motion or $10,900 for a suite containing Final Cut Pro HD, DVD Studio Pro and Motion Pros: Full-featured application for creating animations and graphics for video Cons: Tremendous hardware requirements, with more video Ram than you can imagine. Check out the requirements carefully

30 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

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