Ulead VideoStudio 11 received the World’s First DVD Editing and Authoring Certification for Both BDMV (Blu-ray Disc Movie Video) and AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition Standard) Formats.
For years I have been using and recommending Ulead VideoStudio for simple DVD video projects. Now with the HD certification, I am going to recommend it even more.
Last week, I bought my latest original box-version Ulead VideoStudio 11 from a nearby Challenger Computer Store.
Though the software is cheap and is targeted at home users, the output video quality is superb and comparable to professional video editing programs. I have used other home video editing programs and found that none can match the high standards of Ulead VideoStudio.
For more sophisticated video editing work, I still use the professional Sony Vegas 7 (also comes with High Definition Video Editing feature, but without the authoring and burning of HD DVD). Ulead VideoStudio is a simple easy-to-use program that gets the job done quickly and is great for Video Conversion jobs and Simple Straight-Cut video projects like seminar recordings.
Though I use Ulead VideoStudio mainly to Convert miniDV tapes to DVD and Convert video tapes to VCD, I can use it to virtually capture any video source from our clients...
- DV camcorders
- DVD camcorders
- HDV camcorders
- AVCHD camcorders (Disc, SD card and Hard Drive)
- and more
The main reason I upgraded my Ulead VideoStudio is its new ability to create fully-interactive HD DVD and with BDMV, I can record high def videos at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels on a 50GB Blu-ray Disc media.
Note that there are 2 versions of Ulead VideoStudio 11, if you want your own copy, get the one with the "Plus" as it comes with the full HDV support.