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Windows Thread, best video editing software for year 6 in Technical; Originally Posted by laserblazer The latest Premiere Elements (7 I think) supports MPEG2 and AVCHD. Oh yea: Premiere Elements 7 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    The latest Premiere Elements (7 I think) supports MPEG2 and AVCHD.
    Oh yea:

    Premiere Elements 7 preview: Finally, AVCHD | Crave, the gadget blog - CNET

    Drat, only bought the previous version (which I could have sworn was v4...) a little while ago.

    Edit: buyers note that v7 isn't actually out until the end of September - check the version before you buy.

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    A friend of mine in the trade is about to review it. I'll post a link when he done it.

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    I would go with Serif Movie Plus as well, very easy to deploy, (in version 5 I think we have), and easy to import and use video. The only issue I had with it was the audio codecs which our Sony camcorder used, but I managed to find K-Lite codec pack, which I deployed using a startup script. This was free, and was very easy to do.

    If anyone wants anymore help, please ask.

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    Premiere elements is up to version 7?!? damn.....we're still using version 2.0!

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    You can get trial versions for most of these progs.

    We ended up using Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum edition.

    I'm told it will use all 4 cores if you are rendering to DVD. It has never crashed on me, which is more than I can say for Pinnacle and Ulead.

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