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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro Plus 17

file size: 276.44 MB

MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 17 Plus is the world's first 3D video editing program.

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Trial Period:
30 Days
7 / XP / Vista

Edit your videos as usual in 2D, create breathtaking 3D movies that captivate your audience, and experience the 4th dimension of video editing: speed! With the fastest MAGIX Movie Edit Pro of all time, you will get perfect results in a flash. - More than 1000 special effects, cinematic transitions and templates included - Advanced audio dubbing: Dolby Digital 5.1 Mixer and much more - Full HD support: for HDV and AVCHD camcorders - 99 tracks, MultiCam editing, travel route animation, and much more - Present your videos on TV, on the go or online More than 50 new features: - Improved performance during video editing - Faster loading times for video projects - Upload videos directly to Facebook - AVCHD import assistant with preview function - Redesigned user interface in modern design - Redesigned export assistant with clear selection - Video monitor zoom and tracker outside the monitor window - Effects masks: Apply video effects to selected areas - Optimized memory usage on 64-bit systems - and much more... We've made video editing even easier: Our developers were hard at work to make the new version even faster and more efficient. They were successful: MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 17 Plus is by far the fastest Movie Edit Pro of all time! Enjoy Movie Edit Pro's improved performance during real-time effects previews or the accelerated AVCHD export. In comparison to the previous version, computing time has been reduced by up to 90%. NEW! Faster loading times for video projects More time for video editing: Loading times have been greatly reduced, allowing you to edit large video projects even faster. The best part: These optimizations work not only on new systems, but also on older computers as long as they meet the minimum system requirements (see system requirements).