Roxio Creator 2010
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- Roxio Creator 2010 lets you easily preserve and share photo, video and audio projects
- Your big screen TV, online, or on portable devices like your iPhone and more
- Turn your finished movies into cinematic masterpieces in HD on Blu-ray
- Choose professionally-designed styles and themes for your photos then add fun effects and music
- Choose your video clips, select a theme and music,
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- Platform: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
- Media: DVD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
Easily preserve and share photo, video and audio projects with Roxio Creator 2010. Built-in video tutorials make it easy to get started. Burn and copy CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Edit video like a pro and create Hollywood-style DVDs. Digitize LPs and tapes. Create photo slideshows, cards, calendars and panoramas. Share creations online, on disc, mobile phone or iPod. New features include: a desktop widget for easy disc burning and copying directly on your desktop; save web video for offline playback; archive your AVCHD camera video directly to disc, pause/resume during video conversion; and accelerated video encoding.
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* Roxio Creator 2010 is the latest audio/video and photo editing and presentation suite from Sonic Solutions for the Windows OS. It is the Windows alternative to their Mac-compatible suite, "Toast."
Creator 2010 is a suite of 13 different softwares:
--Back On Track
--Music Disc Creator
--Photo Show Express
--Roxio Burn Options
--Video Copy and Convert
Creator 2010 is about 2.5GB of space on the hard drive, but if the installation disc does not see at least "5 GB" of free hard drive space it will not allow you to install. I had 50GB to spare. No problem, I've been using Roxio's Toast for about 10 years now, and up until they made some administrative (economic) decisions about the quality of products they were going to issue, I wouldn't have suspected that any product with the Roxio name was be lacking. That was until 6 months ago, a trip to the Apple Store and $320 later when I found out that Toast had to be removed because it was incompatible with OSX 5.8 and Quicktime Pro.
I got around Creator's inability to see the extra storage by buying an 8 GB thumb drive. I now have Creator '10 installed and ran 6.5 hours of testing on WinXP. These are my findings:
** CinePlayer-- There are several programs that do not recognize the system's profile, such as the displays resolution. As a result, I've had to exit the software and re-engage it. CinePlayer states that it has support for 18 different file formats.Read more ›
We bought this software to work with a Blu-Ray drive and when we received it, it needed a plug-in to work as advertised ! When we finally reached the customer service (which is a long and insidious process by it self !), they told us that no separated plug-in was available and that we needed to buy a new more complete version of the same ! We finally bought the complete suite from CyberLink which works flawlessly ! STAY AWAY from ROXIO INCOMPLETE products !!!