Comments 0 Our Verdict Nero is a powerful video editing suite, but its odd interface, inflexibility and lack of popular features make it a less-than-optimal choice. For Emphasis on security for disc burning Extensive library of transitions and effects Modular setup lets you use only the functions you need Ties into mobile apps featuring Wi-Fi transfer and help files Against Odd interface with separate modules No motion tracking, multicam or degree camera editing Can't export for specific mobile device playback Can't switch back and forth between Express and Advanced Editing modes For more information visit their website Nero Platinum — a multimedia suite for editing, burning, converting and playing audio and video — comprises 15 apps and services under one roof. Nero offers deep functionality, but its inflexibility and somewhat disjointed presentation can be distracting. Interface Express editing storyboard view The version of Nero sports a redesigned Start screen and QuickStart feature that propels you right to the heart of editing your videos. Nero's MediaHome and MediaBrowser modules gather all of your device assets in one place, making metadata and playback available in a clear, unambiguous, discrete layout.
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