Welcome to a New VideoStudio and a Fresh Approach to Video Editing

Corel welcomes you to the new template trading post for VideoStudio Pro X4: PhotoVideoLife.com. 

Today marks the launch of a new development in VideoStudio family of video tools. Back in February, we launched VideoStudio Pro X4, the newest version of Corel’s consumer video editing software. We’re really excited about the new VideoStudio: it pushes the performance envelope to the max; delivers increased usability app-wide; and offers cool new creative options including Stop Motion and Timelapse tools. We believe X4 is a big step forward in terms of making video editing easier and more fun, regardless of your expertise.

One of the other new creative options in X4 is the ability to import and export movie templates. Its well known inside Corel that VideoStudio fans love movie templates. And why not? Templates, whether intros, outros or complete projects, can make a movie project go much faster. Literally, its possible to make a funny video for a friend, or a recap of a weekend, or a video blog, in a few minutes when you start with a good looking template.

We’ve long felt that each new release should ship with a new array of templates but we knew that we’d get much more diverse and interesting results if we combined our new template import/export feature with the creativity of the VideoStudio community.
So we decided to tap the cloud and the crowd by creating a new place to trade VideoStudio content and bring a new level of creativity into VideoStudio templates. And so Photovideolife.com was born.

While Photovideolife is first and foremost a template trading post, it also hosts this blog where we’ll be posting proficiency-building content such as tutorials and tips, as well as  product updates, news and commentary, with the ongoing goal to make your movie-making process faster, easier and more fun.

The VideoStudio team believes deeply in helping our users reach their creative potential with our software. We believe that if we give our users awesome tools that are easy, fun and rewarding to use, plus the knowledge of how to use them, Corel’s success will follow.

If we can make the VideoStudio Experience one that helps you make better movies and let you have fun making them, then VideoStudio will be a success. We can’t wait to start working together.

-Greg, Jan and the VideoStudio Team at Corel


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My concern is  when I make a video its viewing. The play back for hd videos are perfect but in the video if I place pictures or clip art that is not hd there is flickering around it as it moves around. I was wondering is this is normal?. It is a dvd 16:9 or a 4;3. Is there a way to make the pics and clip art not show this flickring? I have tried it on my plasma tv, and a standard older tv as well. formatted for each

I'm using the videostudio pro x4. I was planning to upgrade but if it the same output and will keep what I have. Also is there a better format for videos if not in hd. for example mp4, avi . Or does that not matter?

Sincerely tko

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