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Old 4th May 2002, 01:57   #1  |  Link
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Impressions of Pinnacle Impression DVD-Pro ?

Anyone have this particular authoring package? How does it compare to DVDit PE or others in the $500 range?

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Old 4th May 2002, 12:26   #2  |  Link
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Pinnacle Impression DVD-Pro is the best investment you can make. It gives you all the possibilities you can need. You don't have Command Sequences or List and there isn't any menu-editor in the software. It means you have to use Photoshop to make all the menu elements including the highlight buttons ( transparences etc.). If you gonna use subtext then it has to be made outside of Impression. But the price is right. It gives you most of the DVD-specifications. Usage of the software reminds me of a non linear editor. All the elements of your project is in front of you on the time line. It's easy to use. The new 2.21 has support for burners beside the standard support for DLT and DVD-image making. It has chapters linked to menu buttons. Only DVDit PE has. Menu buttons to chance language (ReelDVD hasn't got it). 32 subs, 8 audio and multiangle video.
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