Corel has introduced VideoStudio Pro X4, a video editing software program for photographers and photo enthusiasts. VideoStudio Pro X4 contains many updated features.
A new stop-motion animation feature allows you to capture images from webcams, camcorders and cameras and use the automated tools and settings to simplify the stop-motion animation process. A time-lapse tool enables the creation of time-lapse effects from a series of photos or video clips. You can convert 2D video clips into 3D files with presets for 3D output on DVD, Blu-ray, and AVCHD discs, as well as WMV 3D formats for mobile. Boxed versions of VideoStudio Pro X4 also include a pair of 3D glasses. You can make your own templates and effects that you can upload and share with other VideoStudio Pro X4 users. There are presets for YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and Flickr, in both HD and SD formats, to make it easy to upload directly to your site of choice.
VideoStudio Pro X4 also contains integrated HD authoring and disc burning tools. It is optimized for faster operation with the new second generation Intel Core and AMD Fusion processors and offers the ability to set up your workplace across dual monitors.
You'll have all aspects of your project brought together - video, photo, and audio files - into one folder that you can take with you while choosing a custom compression method and the ability secure with password encryption.
Pricing and availability
VideoStudio Pro X4 is available now in English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Polish. North American pricing is $99.99 (US and CDN) for full and $79.99 (US and CDN) for upgrade customers. Commercial and education volume licenses are also available.
To obtain more information about VideoStudio Pro X4 and to download a free, fully-functional trial version, visit Corel's website.
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