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- June 2, 2008 at 12:41 PM #40034AnonymousInactive
Hello all – I am using Premiere Elements 4.0 for editing, but am considering using a more robust authoring program. While doing research, I read nothing but negative comments about EVERY option out there. Can I get some feedback from the community here? What are you using? Give me the good, bad, and ugly…
Unfortunately, at this point I am stuck with Vista Home Premium with sp1…
- June 2, 2008 at 4:33 PM #172252chrisColoradoParticipant
Man, I say forget Vista. Go get Windows XP.
I use Sony DVD Architect because it comes with Sony Vegas. A friend of mine got Vegas 8 to work on Vista, but he can’t use DVD Architect. Only Vegas. It also took him a while. DVD Architect has stuff where you can make DVD menus and burn pictures on you DVD. Pretty easy to use and understand.
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