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- Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2009 12:48 am
I have used Ulead Media Studio Pro (Video Editor) repetidely when I need to cut, edit and organice videos for my openings & endings collection of anime and cartoon (more tan 1200 files), and actually for making my first AMV, but I dunno if this is really a recommended software. May I know ur opinion about it? Any other suggestions of another not-so-complex tools for that work? Thanks!
- Joined: Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:58 pm
As another Ulead user, even though I don't use Media Pro, your software should be just fine. The only advice I can give is to edit with Huffyuv and that the directshow filters mess up the software, I kept having my program when I would try to render an episode in Huffyuv, but since I uninstalled directshow it works fine.
- Joined: Mon Jul 30, 2007 4:39 pm
I used Ulead for a project once and I enjoyed it thoroughly. I normally use Final Cut (on a mac) and Ulead was quite similar to the workings of that. A good PC equivalent to Final Cut Express, IMO.
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