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  1. Frank
    January 17, 2019 @ 5:55 AM

    After reading your Corel VideoStudio review I would like to add some comments.

    I also recently installed VideoStudio X10 and last week upgraded to version 2018. My experience with the software is indeed completely different. I found it very stable and very reliable, unlike other editors that I used in the past, most notably Cyberlink PowerDirector and Pinnacle Studio.

    However, I would like to point out that although officially Windows 7 and 8 are still supported, for most software Windows 10 is recommended. I suspect that these days development and testing is primarily done on Windows 10. It is the very reason why I switched from Windows 7 to 10 last year, because I had more and more trouble running specific software, especially hardware demanding programs like video editors.

    Graphics cards can be tricky too when it comes to video editors. Cyberlink e.g. refuses to render videos with my GeForce 710 and insists that I upgrade my card. But in general, a well known card and preferably not too new usually works best.

    It is not uncommon to setup a dedicated computer to do video editing. I have been doing this since 2003. Some hardware works well together, other does not. Same goes for software and drivers. Hope this helps a little. With kind regards, Frank


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