Like SmartSound's QuickTracks, Cinescore lets you pick a theme and automatically arranges musical elements - like the intro, verse, chorus, break and finale - to create a custom soundtrack that fits the length of your scene perfectly. Twenty themes are provided, ranging from wide cinematic audioscapes to tight, punchy soundtracks with a couple of cheesy numbers for good measure , and further theme packs are on the horizon. Cinescore also comes with a wide selection of audio transitions, too. Unlike QuickTracks, Cinescore allows for a much greater level of adjustment after the initial track is built. As well as selecting the starting section, mood and arrangement, you can add markers called "Hints" to the timeline, which allow you to tweak Section, Mood, Tempo and Intensity at key points, with a high degree of control.
Using Windows 10 gestures to work quickly Is working with the keyboard and mouse too sluggish for your liking at times. Well, Windows 10 is a touchscreen-optimised operating system (just as Windows 8 was), and that means it can do a lot of cool stuff rather swiftly with just a finger prod. For example, swiping in from the left will bring you to Task View, an overview of all the apps running currently. Swiping in from the right brings up Action Center, where notifications are displayed and settings can be changed.