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Old 28 May 2005, 12:28 PM   #1
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I would very much appreciate if some users of this forum can give me their opinions about the software "Encore DVD 1.0".

I want to know if it is really one of the best for making DVD or may be you suggest another one ?

Than you very much in advance.

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Old 28 May 2005, 12:39 PM   #2
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never heard of it, can't even remember if I have seen it here in these forums. i'm a die hard "tmpgenc plus/dvd author" user.
these programs are very common
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I have encore 1.5. Good program for more advanced authoring but I use Tmpgenc dvd author alot more.
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I use encore 1.5 ...I would say that there is a learning curve to it, but if you are familiar with premiere, avid, or aftereffects you should feel right at home.
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I use encore 1.5 ...I would say that there is a learning curve to it, but if you are familiar with premiere, avid, or aftereffects you should feel right at home.
yea IMO adobe products aren't the easiest to learn/use. but they are powerfull tools
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