Review: Blaze Media Pro - all-in-one multimedia application

By Jay Gory, thecheers.org    2008-09-02 07:07:37    

Blaze media pro is an interesting all-in-one multimedia application that includes editing software for video as well as audio. But not only, it includes a converter for formats including (but not limited to) mp3, WMA, WAW, OGG. You can use the MOV converter to convert QuickTime Movie to other formats such as MPG, AVI or WMV.
Blaze media pro is an interesting all-in-one multimedia application that includes editing software for video as well as audio. But not only, it includes a converter for formats including (but not limited to) mp3, WMA, WAW, OGG. You can use the MOV converter to convert QuickTime Movie to other formats such as MPG, AVI or WMV.

Blaze Media Pro also includes CD/DVD as well as Video CD (VCD/SVC) burner functionality. You can use the MPEG video encoder feature to encode AVI, WMV and other MPEG variations (MPEG-1 or MPEG-2) into MPEG with ease.

And as we are talking about a REAL multimedia application, we should be able to talk about some other neat features as well...and yes, we can. You have the ability to add sound affects to your audio files and you also have access to a full-featured video editing functions. You can delete frames, sections, you can have effects such as mirrors, flips, text overlays and you have over 30 neat effects and color adjustment options in addition.

Itís a powerful, yet easy to use application with lots of functions. So try this DVD software with phenomenal functionalities out today and tell your friends as well.

Jay Gory, The Cheers News


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