MAGIX has just announced the release of their latest versions of it’s video editing solution, Movie Edit Pro 2016 which is available at three levels and includes many functions only found in more expensive editing and production suites.
Movie Edit Pro 2016 boasts a multitude of unique features, ranging from H.265 support and high-quality image stabilisation through to working with footage from 360° cameras and action cams, giving film hobbyists something to really get their teeth stuck in to.
Among the many improvements over the previous iterations, MAGIX has specifically focused on optimising the way users work with Movie Edit Pro. This is why the program is the first consumer video editing solution to support the HEVC/H.265 compression standard with Intel codec technology.
Hardware-accelerated decoding allows H.264 videos to be decoded by the graphics card, thus freeing up the processor and greatly improving performance while editing 4K/UHD material.
Movie Edit Pro 2016 Plus is apparently also the first video editing program to feature 360° video editing for panorama footage. The new 360° support allows users to import material from modern cameras, such as the RICOH Theta, select the sections they want to use and add them to their video.
The Movie Edit Pro product family offers beginners and more advanced users a range of practical tools which allow videos to be edited down to the smallest detail.
Users can remove unwanted movements, dampen CMOS sensor errors and smooth out unstable camera pans, allowing unusable footage to be restored and optimised.
In addition to comprehensive image stabilisation, users can choose from over 200 new, modern title templates to add titles and text that perfectly fit the style of their video.
MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2016 is available in 3 versions:
- Movie Edit Pro £49.99
- Movie Edit Pro 2016 Plus £69.99
- Movie Edit Pro 2016 premium £89.99
I am hoping to test this software out in the not too distant future so keep coming back!