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VideoStudio Ultimate X6 [Download]

VideoStudio Ultimate X6 [Download]

  • NEW! Motion Tracking ? New Motion Tracking in Corel VideoStudio Pro X6 gives you the power to target and automatically follow moving objects in a video.
  • NEW! Customizable Motion?The new motion tools of Corel VideoStudio Pro X6 give you faster and easier ways to customize the movement of graphics, titles, objects and video clips, letting you create new picture-in-picture and other pro-quality effects.
  • NEW! Ultra HD (4K) video support ? Take your photo slideshows and videos beyond high definition. Corel VideoStudio Pro X6 now supports Ultra High-Definition 4K video.
  • ENHANCED! Boris Graffiti 6 ? The latest version of the industry?s gold standard software for title animation is now available in Corel VideoStudio Ultimate X6.
  • NEW! NewBlue FX Colorfast and NewBlue FX Video Essentials ? Create videos that dazzle your audience with the powerful capabilities of NewBlue FX.

Explore unlimited creative possibilities with Corel VideoStudio Ultimate X6. Captivate your audience with powerful video-editing tools. Create impressive HD-quality stop motion and time-lapse animations using your DSLR camera. Streamline the editing process by following moving objects and attaching graphics using new Motion Tracking. Quickly place subtitles and narration in your videos using new voice detection technology. Work in visually-stunning Ultra HD (4K) quality. Output to a variety of

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  3 Responses to “VideoStudio Ultimate X6 [Download] Reviews”

  1. 20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful and easy to use, great for hobby or serious video making., April 8, 2013
    By 
    Jesus Hector Fernandez (Mexico) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: VideoStudio Ultimate X6 (CD-ROM)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine Program (What’s this?)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 9:10 Mins

    Corel Video Studio offers a simple to use yet robust enough video editing program thats great for people that want to get to do some video editing but dont have time or money for the better video editing programs.

    Pros
    Cheap
    Simple to use
    Has many features, effects and you can even make your own with other included software in the box.
    Has many templates

    Cons
    Not as many formats to record your videos as other video editing software does.
    No printed manual (you can download a free pdf, url included in the box)

    I say that if you want a good and cheap video editing software, this program is very very good, ive used Pinnacle Video Studio and Sony Vegas and while those are superior, Corel Video studio is simpler to use and get the hang of using it.

    Hope you like the video, I wish I could show alot more in the video but unfortunately there isn’t enough time.

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  2. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lots Of Power For Not A Lot Of Money, April 10, 2013
    By 
    Daniel G. Lebryk (Chicago) –
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    This review is from: VideoStudio Ultimate X6 (CD-ROM)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine Program (What’s this?)

    VideoStudio X6 Ultimate is an inexpensive video editing and authoring suite that has some incredible power for not a lot of money. It is still a group of programs cobbled together to act like a video editing program.

    The best part of this program is taking high definition video off of a camera, editing it and producing output video in either a file, on line share, or DVD / Blu-Ray works extremely well. The software appears to work well in native file formats without first doing a ton of rendering (or transcoding) before, during, or after each step in the process. The software waits until the very end at file output to do all the hard work of rendering.

    The worst part of this program is the feel of four or eight or ten or twelve different software packages with a slightly different user interface, all trying to work together. For a new user, this will be daunting and create a huge learning curve. The second worst part is the video training materials and lack of a real paper manual, or easy to find getting started manual (even on line). Corel’s support program on their website is some of the absolute worst in the software industry. Where the program has multiple user interfaces, the support site has so many dead ends and different approaches to troubleshooting, it is virtually impossible to figure anything out.

    There are two bundles of VideoStudio X6 – the Ultimate (reviewed here) and Pro. The difference isn’t exactly super obvious looking at the spec sheets or product descriptions. The Pro version is the core software with all the bells and whistles – honestly, this is the perfect version for most people looking for a video editing package. For about $10 more, the Ultimate package adds a second installation disc full of Add-Ins. From what I can tell these are all really cool effects, that I would use one time while evaluating the software; but would never use them in a real video production. The effects are mostly extreme and make the output video look like a person was trying filters or effects and messing around with them. On the other hand, $10 isn’t much money to get these “bonus” features.

    Installation is straightforward with Disc 1. A serial number has to be entered to start the installer (this one of those annoying 28 character codes split into 7 character chunks – I hate those things). The installer took care of putting files all over my hard drives. I was able to force the installer to use a disc other than my C drive, and it mostly followed that advice. Once I installed the software it was clear Corel has inherited a lot of different software companies and packages along the way to cobble this package together. The Corel DVD / Blu-ray burning engine decided to take over my computer and trashed a simple low level DVD / Blu-ray burner package. I’ve seen this happen before with Corel and Ulead software (Corel owns the Ulead products – the DVD authoring portion of this X6 suite is the ancient Ulead DVD Factory). There is little that can be done to fix the problem. I now have to burn DVD’s with Corel’s software, not the super simple program that came with my Blu-ray drive. Once the installation is completed, on line registration is started.

    Installation of Disc 2 is a strange deal. This is the Ultimate in the Ultimate X6 package. The installer has a choice of installing all the add-ins at once or install them one at a time (there are many of them with absolutely no indication of what any of them actually do). Installing all the add-ins takes a very long time and allows absolutely no customization – whatever directory Corel wanted these programs installed in, that is where they are going to be installed. Some of them are standalone programs, others are mysterious add-ins that are, initially, hard to find. Some of the programs require registration, some don’t.

    When the software is launched, an initial fancy pop up window “Corel Guide” shows up with video tutorials. At first I thought, nice I’ll watch these and get highlights of how to get started and make using the software easier. The Learn tab seemed like the right place to start. Oh how wrong I was! The first was “What’s New in VideoStudio Pro x6″ – wait a minute, I have the Ultimate version, why Pro? This was an almost 5 minute advertisement for the software, mostly a waste of time. Then the eight other choices ranged from Custom Motion Effects, to DSLR Stop Motion Animation; hardly getting acquainted with the software level. Each one to two minute clip has this incredibly annoying music intro. Once that was over, the teaching was good, but darn it I wanted to know how to use the product. These are all YouTube videos; I hope it was my video card because I could barely read any of the menus the instructor was talking about. Do More is a page of downloadable content that is free. None of it is explained very well, just a bunch of installer buttons. Finally the Message tab is a sales…

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  3. 17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Have used X4 and X5 and this is the best version so far, March 27, 2013
    This review is from: VideoStudio Ultimate X6 (CD-ROM)
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    I gave the previous version of VideoStudio “4 stars for the product, 2 stars for installation = 3 star product.” I can happily revise my rating upward as the previous edition’s installation issues have disappeared in this version. What’s interesting is that this is the third consecutive version of Corel VideoStudio I have acquired and I’ve run all versions on the exact same system – this version runs the best. My box is getting long in the tooth, but X6 runs nicely. Kudos.

    I’ll dispense with any technical mumbo-jumbo about what you need to run this program since Corel has downloadable fully functional FREE trials on their web site. PLEASE download and try it, THEN buy it if you like it. Too many variables in operating system, memory, CPU, etc. can cause you to have inferior video editing experiences. TRY IT FOR FREE. For me, Corel VideoStudio continues to be my “go to” product for quick and dirty video production. It’s not professional grade, but then neither am I.

    This is the best consumer oriented video editing product I’ve seen from Corel so far. It comes with lots of the same bells and whistles as the previous versions, and adds some VERY nice functionality. The two new things that jumped out for me were the variable speed control (speed up, slow down sections of your video) and the new subtitle editor. Both can be improved, but they’re still very nice features added to the product.

    Corel continues to support all sorts of importing and exporting formats, and I briefly tried out the HTML5 creation feature which is a third neat addition.

    Speaking of improvement, the previously included screen capture (screen recording) feature gives spectacular results. Using this with two monitors (recommended) you can create almost professional grade screen recordings. I actually used the screen capture on the VideoStudio X6 software itself to compare what was installed on top of my existing VideoStudio X5 software. I used X6 to capture myself using X6 (recursion). Having your editing software tied directly to your screen capture software is a very, very good idea.

    I’d like to give this 4.5 out of 5 stars because there still are some issues with the interface, and I’d also like to have a hardcopy of the manual in hand. But, installation issues didn’t occur and the product is still top notch = 5 out of 5 stars.

    UPDATE 29 MARCH 2013: Using the free download version on a different machine I used screen capture to create a very nice X6 tutorial on using templates. I THEN created an HTML5 video project with the results being totally unusable for a web video. The compression for HTML5 makes the text totally unreadable. So, HTML5 with X6 is probably best only for video that doesn’t have fine elements like the small text in menus. Original screen capture video was great. HTML5 result, not so good.

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