Getting started: MAGIX Movie Edit Pro

MAGIX_Editors wrote on 3/10/2008, 11:02 AM
The most comprehensive video editing solution from MAGIX just got even better. Let our tutorial guide you effortlessly through the melee of new and classic features to make your movies stand out from the crowd. Get creative!
getting_started_movie_edit_pro.pdf

Comments

cjwolfcpa wrote on 7/3/2008, 10:06 AM
Wrong version
videotron wrote on 9/11/2008, 11:08 PM
Plotteuse wrote on 1/19/2009, 10:15 PM
Useless... Wrong version. Will looka at something else as this is ridiculous.
northedge wrote on 2/6/2009, 7:53 AM
wrong version
cdwmay wrote on 2/20/2009, 7:11 AM
This is for an older version (10), but is still helpful in starting to find your way around the program.  Thanks. 
thomascow wrote on 3/21/2009, 12:47 PM
Bollocks lot of info, going round in ever decreasing circles, waste of time in a big and wasteful way thanks a lot, your rating stars do not go low enough to rate this lot of tripe
Dutch wrote on 6/22/2009, 3:08 PM
I am highly disappointed with the Movie Edit Pro 15 software and manuals. The simple burning of an existing video in avi format onto a DVD disk is made complicated and the sound is not even transferred to the disk. The preview before burning but after importing is also soundless.

jbieker wrote on 8/26/2009, 3:57 PM
I do not like your software or your webpage.  the manual sucks and your webpage is not better.  unfortunately I cannot return your software and get my money back. 
sdbhfhbg wrote on 9/1/2009, 4:20 PM
I agree this company is a joke, with false advertisement, you cannot transfer uncopyrighted dvd to device with sound, the tiny handbook is totaly unhelpfull as is this website, IF YOUR READING THESE COMMENTS TO DECIDE WETHER TO BUY A MAGIX PRODUCT, DONT DO IT, JUST DONT DO IT, THERE ARE PLENTY OF PRODUCTS OUT THERE THAT ACTUALLY DO WHAT THEY SAY THEY CAN THIS IS NOT ONE OF THEM.
whidbeywhale wrote on 10/29/2009, 2:30 PM
The Getting Started pdf starts with:

Upon starting the program you see the Video Editor.

but there is no such thing.

It doesn't work.

I imported a video from a Sony Digital Handycam DCR-TRV 340. I saw it go to Magix Edit Pro 15, although in jumps and stops and at low res. Then I tried to find it to play it and edit it. But where was it? There was no clue how to find it. That should be obvious. If anyone can tell me, please do.

No stars.  
richardasomers wrote on 11/28/2009, 9:38 AM
 There are many versions of each magix product (made for different areas of the world and languages). If you are using a UK version of one of the programs and you try to use material from north american dvds it may not work. This is because dvds from europe and north america are in different formats. I am by no means an expert especially when it comes to video editing software but I believe in this company. The magix samplitude software is excellent and from what I have seen so is the movie edit software is as well.
lphalatse wrote on 5/4/2012, 4:49 AM

Manual that is not user friendly - I agree. Website that is not informative - I agree. But the program, so far so good for me and their support and community forums are helpful.