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81. Ulead Systems CD & DVD PictureShow
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82. MAGIX ENTERTAINMENT Photo Story
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83. X SOFTWARE Video Vault ( Windows
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84. GMP Instant Movie Maker
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85. Adobe Encore DVD
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96. DVD Moviefactory 2.0
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81. Ulead Systems CD & DVD PictureShow 3 Deluxe Upgrade

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Asin: B0002Z45D6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Ulead Systems
Sales Rank: 9517
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow 3.0 Upgrade .Ulead cddvd pictureshow 3 deluxe is a complete digital camera software suite for business and personal use. easily create engaging slideshows and presentations on cd or dvd. add music captions narration and impressive motion menus. photo explorer 8.5 included with this suite makes it easy to import and organize all your digital photo video and audio files.Complete slideshows in only three steps - turning your digital photos into exciting slideshow presentations doesn't have to be complex or time-consuming. in just three-steps you can create perfect slideshows every time. just organize your photos sel a theme and then burn to disc. your cd or dvd burner will be automatically detected and with burnproof technology and wide format support you'll get perfect dvds that play in just about any dvd player. Make memorable slideshow presentations - add text images music transitions narration and effects to generate a truly memorable slideshow that your audience won't soon forget. create up to 99 slideshows on one cd or dvd disc and add a professional touch with full motion menus. Keep track of all your digital media - organize your entire digital media collection with a complete software package that lets you quickly find edit and organize all your digital photos music and videos. photo explorer 8.5 gives you convenient album and calendar views which makes it easy to view and find your photos. also the new easy access window makes it easy for first time users to get to the most out of photo explorer. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars For beginners and those with simple requirements, only
Ulead's CD & DVD PictureShow Deluxe Version 3 is a cosmetic improvement over Version 2.PictureShow 3 features a new simplified, straightforward interface; adds Pan and Zoom motion effects, a nice set of matched visual and audio (instrumental) themes, and the ability to drop clipart on top of one's pictures.

PictureShow 3's new interface divides the program into three distinct parts: 1) Organize; 2) Theme; and 3) Burn.In the Organize section, users select pictures for and arrange the order of the pictures in the slideshow.In the Theme section, users select one of thirty themes, which consist of a matched menu and audio soundtrack, in which to present their slideshow.The Burn section is where users may put their VCD, SVCD, or DVD slideshow on disc.

The 30 themes, divided across six categories (Fantasyland, General, Holiday, Special Events, Sports, and Vacations), make it very easy for a mainstream user new to photo slideshows to create a good-looking slideshow in a very short time.Ulead also provides a free download on their website of 43 menu templates taken from PictureShow version 2, that enables users to load and edit their PictureShow 2 slideshows in PictureShow 3.These templates, however, do not include matching audio soundtracks.

PictureShow 3 retains two major weaknesses from its predecessor:
* It is very difficult to use more than one music piece for a slideshow soundtrack.
* It is also very difficult to synchronize a slideshow's duration to its audio soundtrack's duration -- that is, to end the slideshow and its music at the same time.

In the PictureShow program, unless otherwise manually specified by the user, a music piece will repeat itself until the end of the slideshow.This may not be noticeable for instrumental compositions, but it is quite conspicuous for any vocalized song.To use more than one music piece, the user must preview the slideshow to determine the slide where the current music piece ends, and then manually insert the next piece of music at the next slide.

The new "Match slideshow to audio duration" function seems to work only if the soundtrack consists of a single piece of music longer than the slideshow duration.In other words, the function is quite useless.For all other instances, ending the slideshow and its music at the same time must be done through painstakingly manual trial-and-error.The user must manually calculate the total duration of the audio soundtrack, and then adjust the per-slide duration of the slideshow accordingly.

Consumers new to photo slideshows and with simple requirements -- i.e., those who are willing to keep their slideshows within the time limit of one music piece, will like Ulead's CD & DVD PictureShow Deluxe 3.But experienced users and those who have want to have longer slideshows (e.g., for vacation or wedding reception photos) should consider other software first.Photodex's ProShow, for example, allows the easy use of multiple music pieces in a slideshow soundtrack; and can synchronize a slideshow's length to its soundtrack's length automatically. ... Read more


82. MAGIX ENTERTAINMENT Photo Story on CD and DVD ( Windows )

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Asin: B0009O6IYE
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Magix Entertainment
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Features

  • PhotoShow Maker with rhythmic editing - 12 styles
  • Practical Task Assistant for making common taks easier
  • Add dynamic picture-in-picture effects
  • Easy CD/DVD multi-copying
  • Create enhanced DVD player menus

83. X SOFTWARE Video Vault ( Windows )

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Asin: B0009CEM2Q
Catlog: Software
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Features

  • Create your own multi-DVD movie compilation on ONE DVD disc
  • Store original quality and super compressed DVDs on your hard drive
  • Transfer and view your DVD Movies and Videos to virtually any device
  • Directly converts DVD movies to multiple formats -DivX, MPEG2, WMV, MP3, WMA and AVI
  • Transfer and store your original quality and super-compressed DVD movies to your hard drive

84. GMP Instant Movie Maker

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Asin: B0006TVTE6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Global Marketing Partners
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85. Adobe Encore DVD
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000AJXWX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 4327
Average Customer Review: 1.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Import and convert source files automatically
  • Create and edit menus in Adobe Photoshop format
  • Output projects to all recordable DVD formats
  • Streamlined DVD workflow with integrated transcoding
  • Integration: Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Extremely buggy
I use & love many Adobe products, especially Photoshop. But Encore 1.01 is by far the worst quality Adobe software I've ever seen. I find it almost impossible to finish a project, at some point it will eventually hang opening the project file and my work is lost. Also there are many obvious & "dumb" bugs which are really annoying, problems with transcoding & video import etc. It's as if nobody even tried to build a few DVDs with this before they released it.

To give you an idea, I had a dollar for every time this has hung and I've had to kill it from Task Manager, I'd have paid for the software by now (i.e. hundreds of times).

The nice feature is integration with photoshop, but that is not enough to compensate for the terrible software quality. For a product at this price point it's criminal, and very unlike Adobe.

I completed one project with this and then gave up using it. I'm hoping 1.5 is better quality, I don't care if they add ANY new features I just want them to fix the bugs!

1-0 out of 5 stars buggy
This is a buggy product.

I tried to create a DVD with menus and subtitles. The menus worked fine. But when I added some subtitles, Encore started to crash with "Out of Memory" error.

When it crashed, not only did it corrupt the current project, it somehow corrupted an earlier saved project as well. Perhaps it was already corrupt but did not manifest itself until later.

I then tried adding subtitles on another computer with more memory (512MB), but it crashed just the same.

I checked the support forum at Adobe and realized that I'm not alone on this issue.

Eventually I resorted to using a freeware to create subtitles and then import them into Encore. But eventually I ran into another error: "disc in inconsistent state" while building the DVD. Fortunately, someone on the Adobe support forum pointed out a workaround.

This review applies to version 1.0.1.

Version 1.5 has just been announced.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ouch! Home users beware...
Unfortunately I have to disagree with any positive review of this product. I've been using trial versions of several "prosumer" class DVD authoring packages before deciding on a final buy, and this product stands out as the worst of them all by far.

When used on a Dell dual P4 2.6GHz Xeon workstation with 2GB of RAM (not your average home PC by a long shot!) the product sort of kept up with doing some very simple editing on VOB files imported from a DVD produced by a set-top DVD recorder. However, I found the product difficult to use - if you're not an Adobe afficionado (and I'll admit I'm not), rather stay away. The kicker was trying to dome some simple editing on a new Dell 8300 Dimension desktop (3GHz P4, 512MB RAM, high performance video card) - just forget it! The performance is unbelievably poor. The audio got out of sync by several minutes.

By comparison, Ulead's DVD Workshop 2 works very well on the same computers, and for me had a more functional and intuitive user interface - maybe without some of the more obscure features of Encore, but good enough for what I want to do.

Bottom line: on paper this product seems to offer most of the features missing from the cheap "home video" DVD authoring offerings available today, but you'd better have VERY sophisticated computer hardware and a lot of time to fiddle around with it. For the life of me I cannot figure out who Adobe's real target audience for this piece of software is. Not recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars very flexible; poorly written help; somewhat buggy
Adobe Encore DVD might well be the most flexible DVD authoring software in its price range. It allows you to do about anything allowed by the DVD standards - menus of any complexity, subtitles, multiple language sound tracks, you can make menu references to individual chapters, add clips which will play before the main menu, you can determine what will happen at the end of each clip, etc. It has a built-in MPEG encoder which can be configured either manually, or you can instruct it to calculate how mich room you have left on DVD and choose the encoder settings automatically to make sure that everything fits on the disk. Since it uses Photoshop files for menus, the user can take advantage of all that Photoshop is capable of to make the manus visually attractive.

And yes, Encore does only DVD authoring, i.e., it can encode your AVI files in MPEG (if necessary), create menus and links to individual video/audio tracks, and burn this all on DVD. It is not a program for editing videos; for this, Adobe has Permiere Pro.

I tried demo versions of several other products. My first impression was not in Encore's favor - Sony DVD architect, Sonic MyDVD, etc. all allow the user to put together a simple menu within a few minutes using a wizard, whereas in Encore I could do NOTHING before I got and read a book on it (poorly written help files are of little use). However, once I understood several key concepts, I discovered how endless are the possibility to make menus in Encore as compared to other similar programs. As a matter of fact, after all those trials I could not think about any other consumer-grade product which gets anywhere close to Encore in terms of its capabilities.

Adobe offeres a fully functional demo version of this product on its web site, which expires after 30 days. Downloading this demo might be a good starting point if you shop for a program for DVD authoring. Do not miss this opportunity to find out what you can do with it and to verify its compativility with your DVD recorder. However, you should simultaneously either buy a book on Encore or find tutorial movies on the web to be able to use the program. Although Adobe tried to make Encore very easy to use, and it certainly is once you understood how it works, but at first glance the meaning of some palettes and menu items is less than obvious and may even be totally confusing. Help file included with Encore is of little help. There is no wizard to help you get quick results, and attempts to get anything working without understanding of Encore's logic can only lead to frustration. However, once you grasp the picture of how it works and how to link clips and menus, everything becomes simple and clear. While all Adobe products require some time to learn due to their complexity and miriads of possibilities available to the user, one could certainly - at least - provide better explanations in the help. I hope Adobe will address this issue in the future releases. Retail (but not demo) version comes with a nice tutorial on a disk; additionally there is a tutorial movie on DVD that comes with the Video Collection.

It may be somewhat disadvatageous, for some users, that Encore heavily relies on integration with other Adobe products. Encore's own image/text editing capabilities are rather weak, and the users who do not have access to Photoshop would feel lack of means to make their own nice-looking menus within Encore (unfortunately, the number of standard templates in the standard installation of Encore is quite limited).

The only real problem with Encore is that it is unusually buggy for Adobe, which usually takes great effort to carefully test the software before its release. This is the primary reason why I rated this software four stars. The first release was known to crash regularly on the encoding/burning stage; Version 1.01 fixed a number of bugs, but even this version has some problems. For instance, I found it hard way, after damaging several blanks, and with the help of the User Forum on Adobe web site, that an antivirus program may interfere with the DVD burning process (nothing on this is the manual!); just the other day I found that I ccould not import an MPEG file encoded in Premiere into Encore and had to encode it again in Encore. Little by little I developed my own ways to avoid problems: I encode all AVI files in MPEG in Encore rather than in Premiere, create a DVD image (folder) on the disk, and only then turn off the antivirus and burn this image on DVD. I hope Adobe will eventually fix the rest of the bugs - in the meantime, the demo version is a good starting point to see how if program works for you.

Pricewise, it does not make sense to buy Encore as an along-standing product. Adobe Video Collection 1.0 offers much better value for nearly the same money as it includes Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition - a full suite to import digital video, edit it, mix the sound files, and burn it all on DVD. A higher priced video Collection 2 (Pro) additionally includes Photoshop and the Pro version of After Effects. ... Read more


86. Video Vault
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Asin: B0007IN3HW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: RE:LAUNCH
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87. Neo DVD Standard 3.0
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Asin: B000065CG4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Mediostream
Sales Rank: 12438
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88. Soft DVD Max/Headphones Bundle

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Asin: B000050HC7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MGI Software Corporation
Sales Rank: 13134
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89. PowerDVD Platinum
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Asin: B00093NWW6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Avanquest
Sales Rank: 5293
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90. Snapstream Beyond Media
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Asin: B00094OT40
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: SNAPSTREAM MEDIA
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91. ADOBE Video Collection 2.5 Standard ( Windows )

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Asin: B00021XJ32
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
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92. Serious Magic Web Visual Communicator 2.0
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Asin: B000787G6Q
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Serious Magic
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Product Description

Visual Communicator 2 Web creates newscast-style video presentations that can be delivered via email or on the Web. ... Read more


93. Topics Entertainment DVD Copy

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0006GT67G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
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Features

  • Set the compression level to convert your DVDs to CD-R or DVD-R for versatile playback
  • Preview each disc during the process, to set the optimal sound and video quality
  • Rip copies fast using the operation wizards
  • Stores up to 100 minutes of DVD content on a CD-R
  • Supports Dolby Surround sound, foreign languages and subtitles, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and DivX

94. Neo DVD Plus 3.0
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Asin: B000065CG3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Mediostream
Sales Rank: 8565
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95. Adobe Video Collection Pro 2.5 Standard to Pro Upgrade - Premier Pro 1.5, After Effects Pro 6.5, Audition 1.5, Encore DVD 1.5, Photoshop CS
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00021XI7Y
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 8183
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Features

  • Comprehensive toolset for Windows-based video production
  • Create stunning motion graphics and visual effects
  • Produce quality audio and author-interactive, multi-language DVDs
  • Deliver professional results for film, video, DVD, or the Web
  • Premiere Pro; Audition; Encore DVD; After Effects Pro; Photoshop CS

96. DVD Moviefactory 2.0
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00007KDWC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ULead Systems
Sales Rank: 4851
Average Customer Review: 2.69 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easily produce professional-style DVDs
  • Capture video directly from camcorder to DVD or CD
  • Archive and share movies, photos, business presentations, and more
  • Edit +RW and -RW DVDs again and again
  • Create CD labels and case covers

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but could be Much Nicer
First of all, this program is worth its price. It's straightforward, stable, and creates very nice DVDs -- once you get used to it.

Major gripe: It cannot accurately calculate file sizes. It may show that a certain DVD program will fit on a DVD after file conversion when it actually won't: it ends up creating files which are too big, ultimately giving you a notice saying "will not fit onto disk" after hours of transcoding.

Minor gripe: It will not let you set the default font type, size, and color for project menus, meaning that if you have 6 clips (titles) with 6 chapters each, you have to manually set the font and its properties individually 36 times, not including the top menu.

Don't let Movie Factory do your video encoding. What I do, and recommend, is using another program to edit and prepare each clip, including the encoding to DVD-ready MPEG. (I use Ulead Video Studio 7, and it does a great job.) Then import the MPEG files into Movie Factory and have it make the DVD. That's what works great for me.

It's a combination that's inexpensive and gives impressive results.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away
Take my word, stay away. This program has bugs.

5-0 out of 5 stars It can create VCD on a CD-R with a CD-R drive.
You don't need a DVD burner to create movies you can view on your DVD player; A VCD is burned on a CD, you can only burn about an hower of video but you don't need a DVD burner. If you burn several short videos it is easy to create a custom interactive menu. This program doesn't do anything but burn videos, it doesn't burn music CD, it doesn't burn a data CD, it does what it does well and I'm glad I have it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
I wish there was an rating option of less than zero. After spending hours trying to make this piece of crap work and upgrading my DVD-RW to a SECOND ULEAD compatable device, I've given up trying to copy VHS tapes to DVD using this. If its not telling me my input device isn't compatable then its telling me it can't calculate the space. I went back to Sonic MYDVD and in about 30 seconds I'm copying VHS tapes. Its obvious the world of computer video software is in its infancy and there's bound to be problems but when you have vendors like ULEAD claiming that their products are all things simple, then the industry will have problems converting more people.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good author/burning, basic menu/editing, pitiful transcoding
Ulead's Moviefactory 2.0 (MF2) is among the cheapest DVD authoring tools available. The same price group also includes Cyperlink's PowerProducer and Sonic's MyDVD. But MF2 has the best features and is the most reliable among the three. I've been using it to record TV programs and burn them onto DVDs, and the results looked very close to the original broadcast with no audio sync problems. It has worked perfectly with my DVD rewritable drive (Sony DRU500AX) and has not created a single unreadable disc. I've used several brands of discs: Memorex +R 1x and 4x, -RW 1x, and +RW 2.4x, Verbatim -R 4x, Ritek -R 4x, and also generic brands like Meritline -R 2x, Princo -RW 1x, and Leda -R 4x, and they have all been burned successfully. The readability of the burned discs is also what I would expect. The more compatible -R discs were playable on all my DVD players and drives, while the +R, -RW, and +RW discs were playable on only some of them. (The compatibility of recordable DVDs is a known issue in the industry.)

To use MF2's built-in capture tool, you need a video capture card. (Mine is an ancient Pinnacle Studio PCTV tuner/capture card with BT878 chipset, with generic WDM drivers for Windows ME). MF2 is able to capture MPEG files with DVD-, VCD- or SVCD-compliance. For DVD-compliant MPEG capturing, you can only choose among the preset bitrates: CBR or VBR, 4000, 6000, or 8000 Mbps. You can choose between MPEG Layer II or LPCM audio, but you can't set the audio bitrate. You can choose between interlaced or non-interlaced capturing. Since most TV broadcasts are interlaced, capturing at interlaced mode is preferred; but be sure to choose the correct field order, or jerky motion will result. You cannot adjust advanced settings such as GOP count, number of I-Frames and P-frames, etc. to improve your capture. There is, however, a "quality" setting to improve picture quality. Set it as high as you can, but without burdening the CPU so much that it would cause dropped frames. On my Intel P4 2.4MHz, while capturing at VBR 8000 Mbps with MPEG Layer II audio 384 Kbs (my preferred settings for high-quality captures), I could set quality up to 12 (max is 15) without dropping frames, with CPU utilization at about 85% during capture. It is a good idea to monitor CPU utilization (with a tool such as CPUIdle) during capture. If it is near or at 100%, dropped frames would be very likely. Also, any activity that would increase CPU utilization, even as minor as moving your mouse, should be avoided in order to achieve no dropped frames. Video capturing is the first and most important step in DVD creation. Without a video source with good quality and DVD compliance, it would be necessary to re-encode, or transcode, the MPEG source, which is a laborious and time-consuming process.

MF2's own transcoding ability, however, is horrendous (and PowerProducer and MyDVD are even worse). Transcoding is done automatically whenever a non-compliant source is detected, or you can force MF2 to transcode. The resulted video is often filled with skipped frames and audio sync problems, indicating MF2's inability to alter video resolution and resample audio bitrate reliably. When I need to transcode, I use an external tool like TMPGEnc, and pass the resulted MPEG file back to MF2 before authoring the DVD. The best way is, of course, to avoid having to transcode altogether by obtaining a high-quality, compliant source material.

Thankfully, MF2 can author and burn DVDs reliably. You can author and burn to disc directly, or you can author to hard disk first and burn it to disc later. You can also create an ISO image of the authored files, and later burn the DVD from the image file. MF2 can also reliably detect the burning speed of a disc.

MF2 lets you add chapter stops and design menus for your DVD, but they are for the most basic purposes only. Menu design is template-based, and there is no "free-form" design. Chapter stops are added after video capture, either manually or automatically at an adjustable time interval (some software can create chapter stops during capture, but not MF2). You are only limited to adding a main menu and a chapter menu on your DVD. You cannot create additional screens for your own special purposes. You can, however, create "slide shows" -- a series of static images. There are a lot of menu templates to choose from, with a variety of background graphics and button placements. You can also import your own background graphics and add background music for your menu screen. You can also omit the menus altogether (which I often do, because the menus created with MF2 surely aren't going to impress anybody).

There are certain advanced functions that MF2 and other products in its price range cannot do, such as adding multiple audio tracks, subtitle tracks, multi-angles, 5.1 audio tracks, AC-3 audio processing, and more sophisticated menu designs. Software with these features usually cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. Software with advanced video editing tools cost even more.

And MF2 is also very basic in video editing. It doesn't let you combine two video clips into one, insert transition effects, nor manipulate the audio. About the only useful thing it lets you do is extract portions of a clip.

A trial version of MF2 is available at Ulead's web site. It is fully functional for 30 days, with a limit of 20 pictures per slide show. The full version has no such limit.

Ulead also released a patch for MF2 on 8/22/03, notably adding PAL capture ability and fixing a few bugs. ... Read more


97. 321 Studios DVD X Copy Gold Pre-ban Retail Box
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Asin: B00081RRM0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: 321 Studios
Sales Rank: 128
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Product Description

321 Studios DVD X Copy Gold - DVD X Copy GOLD combines the one-click convenience and ease of use of DVD X Copy XPRESS with the power of our bestselling DVD X Copy. Make high quality backups to a single disc or perfect quality backups - including menus, trailers and special features - the choice is yours. DVD X Copy GOLD gives you the choice - burn your entire DVD including menus, trailers and special effects to a single disc with high quality, or create a perfect quality movie backup on multiple discs. Features: Burns DVD movies to DVD-R(W) and DVD+R(W) Discs Simple, One-Click Interface Copies Special Features (Movie Trailers, Commentary, etc.) Copies Full Multi-Channel Audio (Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS) Copies Every Language Available on Original DVD Movie Copies DVD Movie to One Blank Disc (No Need to Split) Copies Episodic DVD Movies (The Simpsons, The Sopranos, etc.) Specifies Which Special Feature to Keep or Remove Includes Advanced Compression Technology Automatically Prepares Blank DVD Disc for Burning Free ... Read more


98. DVD XCOPY PLATINUM
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00080QVX2
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: 321 STUDIOS
Sales Rank: 54
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Product Description

DVDXCOPY PLATINUM is the most powerful DVD movie backup software ever created! DVDXCOPY PLATINUM will copy your 9 gig DVD movie onto ONE 4.7 gig disc with user controlled compression of the individual tracks of audio, video, special features and trailers. DVDXCOPY PLATINUM includes the simplified version DVDXCOPY Xpress plus DVDXRescue. DVD X Copy Platinum adds brand-new TDF backup technology which allows complete customization and control over their movie backup. TDF is the breakthrough movies fans have been demanding and allows for scene by scene control over compression. Create and share TDF files with others. Satisfies even the most critical movie fans. Includes DVD X Rescue as a bonus. 321 Studios has been banned from making any more copies of this software.  Only those copies still in circulation are allow to be sold until the supply depletes.  Get your version today before the product is no longer available. Features: Burns DVD movies to DVD-R(W) and DVD+R(W) Discs. Burns Copyrighted DVD's Simple, User-Friendly Interface Copies Special Features (Movie Trailers, Commentary, etc.) Copies Full Multi-Channel Audio (Dolby Digital 5.1 DTS) Copies Every Language Available on Original DVD Movie Copies DVD Movie to One Blank Disc (No Need to Split) Copies Episodic DVD Movies (The Simpsons, The Sopranos, etc.) Specifies which special feature to keep or remove Absolutely clear audio & video quality - NO LOSS Fits your entire DVD movie on to just one disc (No need for 2 discs) Best Possible Video & Audio Quality Restore Scratched or Defective DVD movies Supports both NTSC and PAL DVD movies Can register your software online Free Updates and Patches Available Online System Requirements: Windows ME/98/2000/XP Pentium III 500 MHz 128 Mb of RAM 10Gb of Free Hard Disk Space A DVD-R(W) or DVD + R(W) Drive ... Read more

Features

  • Makes perfect backups of your DVD's

99. MyDVD 5.2 Studio Deluxe
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0002L01EW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sonic Solutions
Sales Rank: 7493
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Product Description

The Easiest, Most Complete CD and DVD burning software for Video, Photo, Music, Back-up, Copy and Disc labeling MyDVD Studio Deluxe 5.3 includes everything you need to put your video, photos, music, data archives and more on DVD and CD. Its made-up of three complete products, MyDVD Deluxe, RecordNow Deluxe, and Cineplayer. ... Read more

Features

  • CD and DVD burning
  • Integrated video editing with special effects
  • DVD-movie-style menus for CDs and DVDs
  • Photo slideshows with auto-fit music on DVD and VCD
  • Music management tools and unlimited MP3 music ripping

100. DVD Copy 2 Express

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Asin: B0007NY5IS
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: InterVideo
Sales Rank: 10705
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Product Description

The Quick and Easy way to burn all your movies ... Read more

Features

  • Easy 3 step process
  • Fast back-ups in minutes
  • Perfect digital quality

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