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post #751 of 756 Old 04-01-2015, 02:19 PM
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And in the press reviews Cyberlink Powerdirector comes first and VideoStudio comes second!!


You pays your money and takes your choice. This is why the trial downloads are so useful.
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For the past several years I have used Serif MoviePlusX6, a company based in England. You can download a limited starter edition,while the full program is $80. You can probably find the older version MoviePlus X5 much cheaper.
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And in the press reviews Cyberlink Powerdirector comes first and VideoStudio comes second!!


You pays your money and takes your choice. This is why the trial downloads are so useful.
I agree with your first point. The press seemes to favor those two. But each time I've read reviews, there are misstatements or errors in the section on the only editor I know anything about.

I disagree with your point about taking advantage of trial downloads. I did that a few years ago trying to figure out differences. It took so long to understand two of them well enough to really know true differnces, that I gave up trying on the next two. Now, if and when somebody asks, I suggest to pick one based on price, articles, a WAG or a dartboard and focus on learning it well enough so that you can breeze through projects.

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hi all,

i have the HC-V700M and i'm wondering if it is posible to use it as a conferencing cam using the usb cable.
by default, connecting to the pc only give me access to the storage.
it would be great to use it as a skype/hangout cam.

any ideas? thanks in advance
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No the USB is for file transfer not live video. The HDMI and A/V are live during recording or in the pause mode.
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Took The V700 To An Outdoor Concert

This was the Capital City (Olympia, WA) Pride Festival last weekend. I used a monopod to keep the camcorder from getting too much movement and it came out pretty good. This will be the last video I make with the V700. I just ordered a Panasonic HC-X920K and the V700 will be going to eBay on Monday.



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