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Camtasia Download

Camtasia Studio is a screen video capture program, published by TechSmith. The user defines the area of the screen or the window that is to be captured before recording begins; it is also possible to capture the entire screen area. You can also talk, and use a videocam.

Corel Video Download

Corel Corporation is a Canadian computer software company headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is known for producing software titles such as CorelDRAW, WinZIP, WinDVD, Paint Shop Pro and WordPerfect.

Nero Download

Nero Burning ROM, commonly called just Nero, is an optical disc authoring program  for Microsoft Windows by Nero AG (formerly Ahead Software).  As of version 6, the program has been a part of Nero software suite. Nero Linux offers the support for Linux.

Magix Movie Editor Download

Movie Edit Pro is a consumer-based nonlinear video editing software designed by German MAGIX AG for the PC. It is the best selling video software in European retail.  The first version was published in 2001. According to the developer, it applied the principles of non-destructiveness and object orientation to a video editing program for the first time.

Cyberlink Download

CyberLink PowerDirector is a video editing software application for non-linear video editing, published by CyberLink Corporation. PowerDirector allows users to capture, edit and output from within the software and has semi-professional features suitable for the consumer level. Its main competitors are Adobe Premiere Pro and Elements, AVS Video Editor, Ulead VideoStudio, Pinnacle Studio, Final Cut Express and Sony Vegas Movie Studio. The program most resembles, but does not compete with, Apple  iMovie, on Mac OS X. PowerDirector software can be purchased online or in popular computer retail stores.

Roxio Download

Roxio Creator 2010 (early - Roxio Easy Media Creator) is optical disc authoring software, produced by Roxio. It is bundled with some optical disc recorders.

It was developed from, and makes obsolete, Adaptec Easy CD Creator, which Roxio now owns and supports.

Unlike Easy CD Creator, support for Mode 2 data recording has been dropped. Easy Media Creator will only record data CDs in Mode 1. The Orange Book (specification for multi-session CDs) intended multi-session to only be used with Mode 2 recording, but was ambiguous on the point. Consequently, there are CD-ROM drives that will not recognize anything other than the first session of a Mode 1 CD.