moviEZ HD is an exciting video creation program with an emphasis on ease-of-use. Its straightforward design is perfect for the user who wants to create and post videos fast. With its intuitive interface and basic but very effective feature set, anyone can create unique and fun videos for sharing online. Combine videos, photos, and music. Work with essential video and picture editing tools for layout and corrections. Set the tone and pace of presentations with ten unique, built-in Playback Styles, and enjoy full screen previews. Complete with NVIDIA CUDA acceleration, the perfect movie is just '3 clicks away'.
Easy Movie Making: With just a few simple steps, users can produce compelling and exciting videos to share with friends and family - no video production experience necessary!
Editing Tools: Editing video has never been easier! Control the brightness of your video and color correct dreaded 'blue video'. Sequence your photographs, zoom in on specific details, rotate images, and correct red-eye. You have complete control.
Customizable Settings: Personalize your projects with ten built-in Playback Style settings. Every Playback Style contains its own unique set of controls, enabling you to work with special effects, change the pace and tone of your presentations, and more.
Easily Share Projects: moviEZ HD saves in the best quality for any screen. Upload HD movies to Facebook and YouTube. Burn videos to DVD using the included themes, or export to iPad, iPhone, or Android devices. Share your memories – any way you want.
Music Trimming: Grab a section of almost any audio file to use as a soundtrack for your video. Take out the beginning or use just the chorus, the choice is yours. The music trimming feature helps your soundtrack get in synch with the video.
- Software Publisher: Sony Media Software
- Computer Platform Compatibility: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7
- Min Drive Space Required: 250MB
- Min Processor Speed Required: 2 Ghz
- Min RAM Required: 1.0GB
- Physical Media Format: DVD
- Digital Movie Software
- September 1, 2011