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Adrian Williams Awesome !
I've just spent 30 minutes trialling this program and for the average home movie maker, you need nothing else. Sony vegas, Adobe premier - incredibly more expensive but giving similar reuslts with a much greater learning curve. OK, it may not have all the bells and whistles that the other mainstream packages have, but not far off.
I use premier to edit HD from my Canon HV30 but I'm going to give this software a try.
An added bonus is the ability to convert media to other formats with the ability to edit, cut out ads if using TV as media. The whole package is just ridiculously inexpensive for what it can do. If I were to be really critical, its the limitation of 1 video track, but that can be overcome by a change in editing technique.

The encoder is so fast that I wonder if the quality is suffering. I can only test that out when viewing the final DVD. Maybe Womble may comment on this. I'm looking for the best quality conversion from uncompressed avi (DV) to DVD.
My reminder has already been set. I'll be buying it next saturday !
Aug 15 2009 at 4:45am Copy Link
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Celine Lee I downloaded the trial version and was totally blown away by its functionality. Its frame accurate handling of videos (especially MPEG) and smart rendering are awesome. Within a few hours I had finished the editing of a 8 minute project that had approx 28 clips, a dozen transitions and appropriate titling. I am certain I will purchase this software.
Aug 17 2009 at 3:18pm Copy Link
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Hank Lotz What I want to do is put VCR tapes onto DVDs. It is not clear to me whether WOMBLE can do this. Could you please elucidate?
Aug 17 2009 at 3:54pm Copy Link
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Adrian Williams I've just finished a demo DVD of a wedding I recorded recently. The functionality of this software is simply amazing for the price. The finished product ie. the DVD is very professional looking with animated menus etc.
The achilles heel (as I see it) is the quality of the finished DVD footage. I mentioned earlier the mpeg2 to avi conversion was poor. My observation is the same with the DVD. From uncompressed DV from the camcorder to DVD I saw a significant amount of pixellation in the finished dvd to a point where i couldn't offer it to a potential client as a 'quality product' which is a major shame. Whether you use hundreds of dollars worth of editing software or $25 in this case, the end product is what the client (or home user sees). If the codec doing the compression isn't efficient, the finished video will be a compromise at best. I may have to reflect on my initial compulsion to buy, based purely on the finished video quality.
Aug 20 2009 at 4:45am Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi Adrian

The greatest feature of MVW-DVD is its smart rendering technique. When editing DVD-compliant MPEG files, MVW-DVD will only re-encode the edited part, which leads to fast export speed and maximum quality preservation.

Converting AVI to DVD needs re-encoding, therefore there will be quality loss due to the re-encoding. However, you could export your DVD at a high bitrate to reduce the quality losing. Another suggestion is to download a better MPEG-2 video encoder and convert your AVI to MPEG file, then use MVW-DVD to author DVD.

As our effort to address the encoder quality problem, we are now at the last stage of integrating the MPEG-2 video encoder from MainConcept. By then the export speed will be faster and the output video quality will be greatly improved.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 20 2009 at 5:00pm Copy Link
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Adrian Williams Thanks Rachel for the feedback. I can't export the DVD at a higher bitrate because of the maximum rate allowable for a DVD player, 8MB/s Since standard captured DV is in the form of uncompressed avi (using sony vegas or Adobe premier) I'm forced to re-encode to MPEG for DVD. If I capture HD that too will have to be re-encoded to a DVD compliant stream (ie reduced bitrate) so the encoder is key to the process of getting high quality video to dvd.

I like the sound of the improved encoder. i've used mainconcept and it's good. I'm prepared to sacrifice speed for quality on the finished DVD.
How do I stand if i buy the software in the BJD offer. Will the integration of the new encoder be a free upgrade :)
Finally, how soon is soon?Have you a target issue date for the encoder upgrade?
Aug 20 2009 at 8:06pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi Adrian

You will still get full technical support if you buy the software in the BJD offer. As for the new encoder, We are considering a full new version release, and may ask everyone to shell a few bucks to help us to pay for all those license fees and development cost. The scheduled release time will be at the end of September.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 20 2009 at 9:57pm Copy Link
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Jerry S As of 2:52 a.m. Central Time on August 22, you can only order at the full price.. Please fix it and I'll try later in the day.

Jerry
Aug 21 2009 at 8:53pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi Jerry

Thank you for the feedback, we will check into this problem and fix it ASAP. We will post a comment here when the discount price is available and email you if you would give us your email address.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 22 2009 at 1:40am Copy Link
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Megan W Was wondering if you fixed the problem that Jerry posted earlier this morning. When I follow the links I'm only given the option to purchase at full price, as well. Thanks.
Aug 22 2009 at 4:18am Copy Link
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Jerry S As of 12:56 p.m. Central Time, August 22, the price shown on the order page is still the full price. If nothing else, you know that I'm still interested.

Jerry
Aug 22 2009 at 6:58am Copy Link
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Adrian Williams Same goes for me. I'll take the plunge when the price is right. Looking forward to september and the new encoder :)
If I go to the purchase page, the intitial price is £31.35. I then click on dollars, the price then shows the discounted price $24.44 so i click on purchase and the price on the invoice goes back to the full $49.99.
If it doesn't get fixed today, will we be able to purchase it durectly form you at the lower price ?
Aug 22 2009 at 7:46am Copy Link
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Jerry S As of 2:58 p.m. Central Time, August 22nd, the price shown is the full retail. Guess it is difficult to get someone to take care of this on the weekend.

I will second Adrian's question: if SWREG doesn't fix the price today, will we ber able to get the discounted price directly from Womble?

Jerry
Aug 22 2009 at 9:00am Copy Link
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disenchanted Hi,

As of 15:46 MST, full price is still coming up.

If the order form doesn't get fixed in time, can you add me to a list of folks that want to get this software
(at the $25.00 Bitsdujour sale price)?

Thank you.
Aug 22 2009 at 10:48am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Hi Folks, sorry for all of the trouble. If we don't get this sorted out today (emails to RegNow are currently unanswered), we'll schedule a make-up date VERY soon.

I'll keep you posted, thanks for your patience!

-roger
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 22 2009 at 11:41am Copy Link
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Jerry S Roger:

Thanks for the update. The trial is fully functional and good for 30 days. I just hope that if it the sale price is available today that I'm around to take advantage of it.

Bummer that there was a messup on the offer. I preume it is a RegNow error.

Anyway, thanks for popping in and reassuring us clamoring masses. :)

Jerry
Aug 22 2009 at 11:46am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson No problem Jerry. I know that quite a few people were excited about this deal -- we'll get it together somehow :-)

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 22 2009 at 11:49am Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi everyone

Sorry for the inconvenience. We have been contacting RegNow to fix this problem but encountered some trouble. We will certainly continue working on this and will post a notice here when the problem is fixed. Please keep the focus on it. Thank you.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 22 2009 at 2:15pm Copy Link
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Tom Colvin I've been monitoring this offer, hoping that the purchase process gets fixed. As of now, with just over an hour to go, it looks like the deal will not become available today. Would like to be on a list of those interested in purchase, once the deal is available.
Aug 22 2009 at 3:52pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi guys, it's a pity that the one day deal doesn't work out because of the RegNow error. We are sorry for all of the trouble. Now we are considering another make-up deal, or we will give you a discount coupon directly to purchase DVD on shareit.com online store. We will post a notice here and give you email notification when we get this settled.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 23 2009 at 4:35pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Tom, I haven't received your comment via email. Would you mind giving us your email address so that we can give you email notification at once when we get this settled?
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 23 2009 at 7:05pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hi everyone,

You will be happy to know that we have rescheduled MPEG Video Wizard DVD for Thursday, Setpember 3rd, and we have offered it with a higher discount 60% as an apology to you for the problematic purchase link. Thanks for your patience!
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Aug 27 2009 at 6:21pm Copy Link
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A L Bell Jr It sure would have been nice to been told about the rescheduled offer by email as promised. My wife has been asking me if I have received the email notice from BitsduJour announcing the re-offer date yet and I have been telling her I haven't. Meanwhile, she has been struggling to get familiar with MPEG Video Wizard DVD in anticipation of adopting it as her default DVD making package. Since we already own several other products (Sony,Adobe) she wasn't keen on making a heavy initial investment in yet another product. Now I don't know what to tell her. Thanks for putting me between a rock and a hard place Bits.
Sep 14 2009 at 9:34am Copy Link
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Adrian Williams Would you believe that this software was GIVEN AWAY FOR FREE on 16th September on http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/.

Many other offers on BDJ have gone the same way - RecentX, Iprint to name but a few.

I'm disgusted, having paid good money for them. :(
Sep 16 2009 at 8:00am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Adrian, you're more than welcome to pass on any Bits du Jour offer in the hopes that the software will appear on Giveawayoftheday.com after our mandatory 2 week window. That's a gamble, and one that you're perfectly entitled to take.

However, this falls squarely under the category of "having your cake and eating it to", don't you think?

Bottom line: if we start getting to many refund requests like this (which come directly out of our pocket), we'll be forced to stipulate that vendors wait even longer than 2 weeks to participate in other promotions. Especially in the case of Giveawayoftheday. And that won't be good for anybody!

Please consider the ramifications of your complaint.

-Roger
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 16 2009 at 12:01pm Copy Link
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Adrian Williams Roger,

I can't see the difference between :-

To me :-
1. Buying it, then getting a refund and ,
2. Not buying it at all and getting it free from GOTD.
Either way, i've not paid for the same product.

To you :-
The bottom line is you get nothing either way.
(And I get the software for free )

So yes, I get the cake. You lose out to GOTD.
The ramifications are therefore irrelevant.
Sep 16 2009 at 6:45pm Copy Link
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Potential Customer From the dialog box, "After your successful PSN Verification.."

Is the PSN a key that is entered into the program and it works or does it have to be activated via the internet?

Thanks
Feb 7 2010 at 10:54pm Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber Great offer... I tried MPEG Video Wizard in a former version and was impressed by the speed either when composing and also when smart-encoding it frame accurate.

For me 2010 is planned to be the year of blue-ray. Does MPEGVideoWizardDVD support this disc-format too?

What is/was the advantage of the used MainConcept MPEG-2 video encoder (as stated as a main-change in v5 in your forum)?

Thank you...
Jan 31 2010 at 7:15pm Copy Link
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Martin Looker Hi,

Can this take a DVD9 ISO and re-encode it to a DVD5 ISO ?

Thanks, Martin.
Jan 31 2010 at 10:42pm Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber WHAT'S THAT?

Some hours ago the price was about 19,90$ and 60% and now the price is 2,5 times higher (and 50% discount)?

As you can think, I'm not happy with that...
Feb 1 2010 at 4:24am Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Stefan

Thank you for your attention to our product and I apologize for my mistake.

The former 19,90$ is the discount price of MPEG Video Wizard DVD v4.0.4.113 which we promoted in September last year. The regular price of MPEG Video Wizard DVD V4 was 49$ and we offered a 60% discount at that time.

With the release of MPEG Video Wizard DVD 5.0, MPEG Video Wizard DVD V4 has been terminated since Nov. 2009.

This time we are promoting MPEG Video Wizard DVD 5.0 which is selling at $99 and we are offering a 50% discount. We are using the existing promoting page which we had for MPEG Video Wizard DVD V4 in last year, but due to my negligence I had forgot to update the listing price and discount rate until Monday. That is why you have seen two different prices.

I'm very sorry for the mistake I made.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 2 2010 at 2:14pm Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber Ok... Is there a little discount for the upgrade too.
Normal price is $30; If the 'original' 19,90$ (or even 50% on the 30$) would apply to an upgrade from v4, I would be happy too...

B.t.w.: I would be really interested in the answers of my question in the very first comment of mine.
Feb 2 2010 at 3:50pm Copy Link
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Glen Hilton Main UI Window refuses to correctly adjust to netbook size. UI is obscured at base and cannot be adjusted to fit. Unable to evaliuate, Un-installed..
Feb 2 2010 at 8:07pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia We are now offering MVW-DVD with a 60%r discount as a sort of apology to all of you for the price issue.

Enjoy.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 7 2010 at 1:22pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Glen, you can resize the UI Windows (layout).

To resize a Layout, click Component Layout button(the third button from the right) on the Toolbar and choose "Resizable" from the menu, and then you can resize the window by dragging its border with the mouse.

When you finish defining your own layout, you can even add your own layout to the layout list by selecting "Save User Layout" from the menu, naming your layout, and pressing Add.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 7 2010 at 1:58pm Copy Link
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Jerry S What is your policy on upgrades for those of us who purchased MVW-DVD 4.x in September? Since this is a major revision, the one year free update policy doesn't seem to apply as I learned when I attempted to enter my v4 key in v5.

Jerry
Feb 7 2010 at 6:29pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hello Jerry

Since this Version 5.0 is a NEW product, and NOT an update,
especially we have to pay MainConcept for every new user;
you will need to purchase an upgrade to get a new PSN for the 5.0.

The cost for upgrading Version 4.0 to Version 5.0 is $30 for licensed user of MVW-DVD.

Also, note the main new features of the Version 5.0

http://www.womble.com/dvd...story.html

As listed on the page, the main new features of Version 5.0

1. Integration of licensed MainConcept MPEG-2 video encoder.
2. DVD Reader tool to import DVD video via IFO data.
3. DVD export size control to fit DVD disc capacity.
4. 'Video Overlay' transition to emulate 2 video tracks.
5. 'Aspect Ratio Converter' image filter for NTSC-PAL conversions.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 7 2010 at 7:06pm Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia Hello Stefan

MVW-DVD doesn't support blu-ray at this time. With the inclusion of MainConcept MPEG-2 video encoder in the Version 5.0, the export speed is much faster and the output video quality has been greatly improved.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 7 2010 at 7:39pm Copy Link
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Rachel H To Martin, yes, it can take a DVD9 ISO and re-encode it to a DVD5 ISO.
Feb 7 2010 at 7:43pm Copy Link
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Jerry S Thanks for the clarificayion, Rachel.

I've gone ahead and ordered the upgrade.

Jerry
Feb 7 2010 at 7:57pm Copy Link
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Alan W From the dialog box, "After your successful PSN Verification.."

Is the PSN a key that is entered into the program and it works or does it have to be activated via the internet?

Thanks
Feb 8 2010 at 12:42am Copy Link
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Womble Multimedia To Potential Customer, you don't need to activate the program via the internet, just enter the PSN and the program will work.
Womble Multimedia,Inc. - Feb 8 2010 at 12:23pm Copy Link
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sebbes ooi Hi,

I missed out on the discount.
I am a school teacher and I would use the video editor to edit clips for teaching purpose.

Is there a price for "academic" version for teacher or student ?

Otherwise, when will there be an upcoming promotion ?

Thks
May 2 2010 at 6:47pm Copy Link
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