Pinnacle Studio 18 Review

With unique screen recording software, you can easily capture video, system audio, microphone sound, and record your screen in a single click. Easily align and sync clips with audio syncing or by markers.

Select the angle you want to show as the video plays to create your own multi-camera production. Easily drag and drop into split screen templates to create impressive promotional videos or share the highlights from your latest trip!

Add motion to your split screen videos with keyframes for complete control of how your story comes together. Watch video Track Transparency Add impact to your video tracks by adjusting the opacity of a video clip.

Show multiple clips at the same time, create superimposed effects or custom fading transitions. Easily control the transparency of each track directly from the timeline. Easily drag and drop your footage, then select from themed templates or personalize it with chapter points, fun text , filters , and more! Watch video Seamless Transitions Flip, zoom, spin, or whip between scenes with Seamless Transitions that add excitement and energy to your cuts.

Simply align similar colors or objects to create a smooth and artful transition between imagery. Once there, double-clicking opens up additional editing options. Selected clips may be grabbed at either side for lengthening or shortening.

Unwanted clips may simply be selected and deleted. Placing the playhead in the desired location allows you to use the razor tool to cut the clip as desired. You can even create template-based or custom menus. Make Movie. Stop Motion is a fun feature that allows you to easily create amazing stop motion animations.

It is very simple to use and the features are incredible. Studio Ultimate version 12 certainly seems to be the best so far, though I am not personally using it as version 11 is doing what I need. I have been using Pinnacle Studio for years, I started with version 8 SE, then purchased version 9 Plus, then version 10, and version 11 Ultimate. I ran version 9 on an older computer with Windows XP and had quite a bit of trouble.

A lot of the trouble was due to my system. I added an extra internal hard drive and this really helped. Even with the bugs I produced some truly excellent movies. Version 10 was a big improvement as far as real time editing and fewer bugs.

My system was so outdated that I purchased a 32 bit Vista system specifically designed for video editing and installed 4GB of ram in the spring of I was mortified to find that Studio 10 would not operate on a Vista system.

I ordered an advanced copy of Studio 11 and it worked, but still had lots of bugs. Sometimes the menus would render, sometimes it would get a green screen. With great frustration I made some movies, but I could never be too sure of what I would get.

In the fall of 08 I purchased a 64 bit Vista laptop with 4GB of ram. I installed my copy of Studio 11 Ultimate in it and it has worked absolutely flawlessly. Not only does it work flawlessly, but it background renders so fast that there is no waiting for the processor to catch up.

It is very fast at making a DVD as well. It compiles it in about the same time as the length of the video. Thus a two hour movie will take about two hours to compile and burn. This works flawlessly and with ample speed for Pinnacle Studio. It's a great hard drive, not that it is necessary, my point in mentioning it here is to clarify that Pinnacle Studio works well with it.

I have been very, very happy with the performance of Studio 11 Ultimate on my 64 bit Vista system. A couple of weeks ago I purchased a copy of Studio 12 Ultimate for my year-old niece. Obviously if I thought bugs would be a major issue I would not have purchased it for a year-old. RagweedFarmer talk —Preceding undated comment added

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