Corel VideoStudio Pro Now Supports Windows 10
Corel has revealed the new version of its video-editing software, VideoStudio Pro X8.5. This is an update of the current VideoStudio Pro X8 and VideoStudio Ultimate X8, and it brings the compatibility with Windows 10, along with amazing movie-making and editing features.
The main new features are new VideoStudio MyDVD and NewBlue TitlerEX. VideoStudio MyDVD allows you to easily burn your newly created films to DVD, AVCHD and Blu-ray discs. And the NewBlue TitlerEX lets you add dynamic 2D and 3D titles, captions and rolling credits to your films. It also should be mentioned that Nvidia graphics card and Intel HD3000 are are both required for NewBlue TitlerEX. The app is very well-developed, giving videos and photos professional look. It also offers image-rich menus and music from 10 themed templates.
The update also makes Corel’s slideshow maker, FastFlick, much easier to use. You can find the best part of your video or photo with the new Adjust tool and make it visible in the template placeholder. Another new feature worth worth of mentioning is the ability to apply audio filters directly to your video, without having to separate video and audio, as you had in previous versions, and many other video-editing programs.
You can keep your sound very balanced with the new audio ducking feature, which automatically detects audio and narration and recommends the best possible settings. VideoStudio Pro X8.5 also supports multiple formats, including XAVC S.
You also don’t have to worry if you’re not familiar with this program or video editing at all, because StudioBacklot.tv provides six weeks of complete training, for free!
You can get VideoStudio X8.5 update for free, if you’re registered user of VideoStudio Pro X8 and VideoStudio Ultimate X8. But if you want to buy this software for the first time, you’ll have to pay $79.99 for the Pro version, and $99.99 for the Ultimate version.
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