I tried most of the lower end pay software and PD was the easiest for me to learn and retain what I learned. It is modeled after windows-like features, your familiar with.
If you are new to video editing it will be best to pay for a software what will do it all in one package. Also, PowerDirector used the "cuda coding" that works with nVidia video cards. Supper fast over the standard 3 or 4 core CPU working on it's own. Do advance Search Newegg video card and select 'stream processors". I use 96 but you can get 8 to streams. At first, I did have trouble burning creating directly to disc after producing. That is an option available.
After clicking the 'burn' button in -create disc- , you have options either to A burn disc or B create folder two. I have used Ulead Moviefactory, nero, Roxie, sony. I think PD can but it is not as simple as the others. I learn from sony vegas pro What I like most is that you can zoom-in sony calls it crop on the movie -as it plays and scan across the frame and scan back out.
You can pick your speed and size. I will warn you that it will be one of the most difficult software to learn on your own. And watched first thing after I got up. For 3 days. I learned it.. I always burn all my created movie to a folders before I create the DVD disk. You have a copy and can re-burn more later as you wish.
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