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Magix Movie Edit Pro 15

Magix has unveiled the latest edition of its Movie Edit Pro software. Movie Edit Pro 15, which allows users to edit video clips and add 3D effects, titles and soundtracks is available in two versions; Classic for beginners and Plus for the more ambitious user.

Both versions of the software benefit from a new interface which Magix says makes editing movies easier and more fun. Other new features include the ability to create DVD menus featuring images from you video clips, as well as animated menus which can be created for Blu-ray discs.

Movie Edit Pro Classic is priced at £49.99 while Movie Edit Pro Plus costs £69.99. Both versions of the software are available immediately from Amazon and PC World. The Plus version also comes with a range of Soundpool templates.

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