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Corel announces Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus Power Pack

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 12 Nov 2007 14:46 User comments (2)

Corel announces Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus Power Pack Corel Corporation has announced the Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus Power Pack, a free update to its consumer video editing and DVD authoring software. The new Power Pack enables users to enjoy the full benefits of HD when editing and viewing their favorite videos. The update offers a bunch of new features, including the ability to upload directly to YouTube from VideoStudio 11.
The update has added support for authoring Blu-ray Disc content, complete with interactive motion menus and to create AVCHD discs to play in Blu-ray players or the PlayStation 3 (PS3) video game console. Those who encode frequently will be interested in the added support for H.264 High Profile (HD) encoding, optimized for multi-core processors.

Support has also been added for the .TOD format (Native to JVC HD camcorders) as well as .m2ts and .mts files. Over 50 new set of menus, templates and graphics will be added with the update also.

"Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus is the first consumer video editing and DVD authoring software to offer a complete HD solution including BD, AVCHD, HD DVD and HDV support," said Jeff Hastings, President and General Manager, Corel Digital Media. "We are focused on providing our users with the latest tools to enrich the way they live, work and play. With the new Power Pack, Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus users can upload their favorite videos directly to YouTube and enjoy the latest HD support when editing videos and authoring DVDs."

The update is available for VideoStudio 11 users from: http://www.corel.com

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12.12.2007 18:23

i just have one question when did corel and ulead become the same company. this is news to me.

228.11.2008 2:38
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