Category: Software

Review: Magic Bullet Looks 2.5

This unexpected upgrade to the much-loved – and sometimes much-overused – colour grading software is definitely worth the download not least because it’s free to registered...

Review: HitFilm Plugins

Those clever chaps at HitFilm, a British software development firm, have unleashed some of their effects technology as a series of standalone plug-ins for various...

Review: Sony Vegas Pro 13

Sony’s Vegas Pro video editor is lucky enough to have a rabid fanbase. Drawn by its ease of use and powerful functions – which several other “pro”...

Review: VideoMeld video editor

In a galaxy, far, far away, not so long ago, there were two competing “shareware” (remember that?) audio editors: Cool Edit and Goldwave. The former...

Review: Edius 7

Think of editing software and it’s unlikely that Edius is the name that springs first to mind. That’s odd because in fact this powerful piece...

Review: Dailymotion Camera App for iOS

It’s much less well known than YouTube but French-owned Dailymotion claims to be the second most popular video sharing website on the planet. Now in...

Long Term Test: Sony Vegas Pro 12

It is arguably the underdog of video editing software, hidden in the wings of the video theatre, kept aside by pushier stars such as Adobe...