Roxio Easy Media Creator 2011 video and audio suite
- Comprehensive media editing and burning; 3D creation; Professional templates
- Too many separate modules; Pricey plug-ins; Expensive
This is the best media creation and disc burning suite for most users, though the learning curve is challenging and upgrades are expensive.
Price$ 169.00 (AUD)
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|System requirements||1.6GHz processor; Windows XP/Vista/7; 1GB RAM; 3GB hard-disk space; Windows Media Player 10.0 or later; Internet Explorer 7.0 or later; QuickTime 7.0 or later; iTunes 8.0 or later; OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 FireWire card for use with DV camera or Roxio Video Capture USB for analogue sources; web connection|
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