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The under $100 Premier Elements 10 on a mid-grade i5 Windows 7 laptop has no issues reading AVCHD files or even 1080p60 files. Either it can’t, or I can’t find how to, render to 1080p. All the other rendering preset choices I’ve tried seem to work well.
It might be the low price, the cute consumer packaging or the “instant video” themes aimed at making birthday party movies, but PE10 seems to be overlooked by serious “prosumers”. Itcan handle unlimited video and audio tracks,with multiple keyframed effects applied to each clip, as well as Picture-in Pictureandchromakeycapabilities. It also supports many third-party plug-ins. There is a long list of included effects ranging from color correction to image stabilization.