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Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15 (PC) or Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15, Upgrade Ed


Sneeze1

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Hi I am looking to get one of these movie editing programmes for my new video camera. can you tell me which is the better one please?

Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15 (PC)

or

Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15, Upgrade Edition (PC) What's the difference between them please?

I have been using Cyberlink PowerDirector version eight, but the pictures are just too blotchy and over sharp. Does anyone else own Pinnacle Studio HD?

I am also running windows XP Home Edition.

Thanks very much.

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Sneeze1

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Pinnacle users most welcome to answer. thanks.

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Lazarus The 2nd

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Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15 (PC) = £79.95

Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate v15, Upgrade Edition (PC) = £49.95

The difference is £30.00, Both are the Same Product, Except with the Upgrade Version, If you have an Older version (From V9 Upwards), and it is Registered to YOU, You can Buy the Upgrade Version for £30.00 Less.

Read this Click here and Click then on System Requirements

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Sneeze1

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Hi thanks. Can you tell me if it is worth downloading video spin please?

http://videospin.com/uk/

Or should I leave it alone? Many thanks.

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