Pinnacle Studio

I apologize that it's been a while since my last post. It's not like I've been busy or anything, I just got married, which has been great. :-) Anyway, I have been having a lot of fun creating a DVD of the wedding and reception. I have used Pinnacle Studio Plus since version 8, and it had innumerable problems in versions 8-10 with them slowly getting better and providing fixes. I can finally say that as of version 11, I think they finally have a stable product that does a great job for most home users' video production needs. About the only thing it lacks is multiple video tracks, for multiple camera angles, but this can still be done on a single video timeline, as I did in my wedding DVD. I ran it on my Dual Core (2.66GHz) 64-bit Vista system with 2GB RAM and it ran very well, and amazingly, never crashed. That's a first in my experiences using Pinnacle Studio. This DVD will be about the 10th that I've authored, so I'm getting fairly good at it and I think the production quality shows. I always print professional DVD covers and inserts for cases, so it's hard to tell them apart from 'professional' DVDs, which is the whole point of course.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Coronavirus / COVID-19

Normalcy Bias

5G and the History of Cellular Networks