By Noah Henry • April 14, 2014
As a child of the 90’s, my parents never came close to creating what I’d call Oscar-worthy home videos. The technology simply wasn’t there to make visually compelling movies. Whenever I’m in the mood to catch a little nostalgia and watch some of those retro family gatherings and holiday outings, I get dizzy due to the low quality and inaudible narrations.
Even today, the most cutting-edge camcorder can’t produce shareable videos on its own. You need the right video-editing software to put the finishing touches on your masterpiece. When I learned that Pinnacle Systems was putting out software that incorporated award-winning editing technology, I knew it was something I’d like to invest in. Since everyone seems to put their candid camera moments on the social media waves nowadays, I figured it’d be the perfect chance to throw my hat into the ring.
I highly recommend Pinnacle Studio 17. The one thing that struck me the most is the sheer volume of effects—more than 1,500. Additionally, there are countless titles and templates to choose from to help you create your movies. As well, it features extremely fast video rendering, which, if you simply cannot wait to upload your videos to Facebook or YouTube, is perfect.
The novice will easily understand how to navigate the software. You can use Storyboard to plot the narrative, and edit professionally using a six-track timeline. Trimming and adding transitions is exceedingly simple, and after you’re done, you can directly upload to either Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, iPad, Apple TV or Xbox.
Adding to my delight that Pinnacle Systems was launching Pinnacle Studio 17 was its coupon code for 15% off, which lasts until April 30. I was so impressed with this new product that I just had to share it in this post. So, if you have plans to capture your Easter misadventures on camera this April 20, you’d be remiss not to go with Pinnacle Studio 17.
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Noah Henry Noah Henry is an amateur movie critic, foodie, bowler, and beer reviewer. But he's no amateur when it comes to saving money, so listen up!