MAGIX Movies on DVD


License: Free to try
Downloads: 38
Op. System: WinXP,Windows2000,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows
Last updated: 04-15-2009
File size: 122.36 MB
Publisher: MAGIX Entertainment
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Creates video DVDs that can be played with any DVD player! The fastest way to make your own video DVD: With MAGIX Movies on DVD 8, you can edit your own personal video recordings with ease and burn them to DVD with animated menus “ without any prior knowledge required! Simply import complete videos or clips from any source, select a menu, customize it if desired, and burn to disc completely automatically. You'll find it hard to tell the difference between the DVDs you make and those you purchase. No time for getting used to a complex video editing program? Do you need to back up your camcorder or TV recordings onto your PC quickly or burn them directly to DVD with animated menus? Then MAGIX Movies on DVD 8 is the perfect solution or you! It's never been easier to edit recordings from video cameras, DVD recorders, webcams, etc. and burn them with menus to disc. In just three steps, create professional video DVDs “ even without any prior knowledge. Watch them again and again or present them as a personal gift to friends and family. 1. Import movie - Camcorder recordings (DV, analog, etc.) - Homemade video CDs & DVDs - File import (video, audio, image) 2. Customize individually - Edit videos with ease - Optimize picture and sound - Add credits and titles 3. Experience perfect home theatre - Watch movies directly on your PC - Burn onto a DVD with menus - Enjoy with your DVD player on TV NEW! Present videos directly on YouTubeâ„¢ NEW! Effects controls are now even easier NEW! Optimized task wizard NEW! Animated menus for Blu-ray Discâ„¢ PLUS: Includes free video website from MAGIX

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Visitor: jolev64
ABSOLUTE CRAP. The software didn't work. I couldn't get through to tech support (they were closed that day but didn't bother to change their phone message about someone being with me shortly so I kept calling). I called the sales line and told them I was unsatisfied with the product and wanted a refund. "Michael" immediately became rude (I was nothing but courteous) and when I asked him why he was being rude, the man HUNG UP ON ME. The next week I called tech support and told them I wanted a refund. They couldn't/wouldn't help me with that until they tried to troubleshoot the problem. I'm not home when their tech support is open. I told them that was not a satisfactory answer and that I wanted a supervisor. I was told one wasn't available. I asked for a phone number to the main office. The guy told me he didn't know it and wasn't even sure where the main office was. I had to dispute the charge with my credit card company. Rotten software, rotten company, rotten people, rotten policies.
General rate: Negative