21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: Nero 7 Premium Reloaded (PC) (CD-ROM)
At the most found this suite does what it says it will do. I use Nero Vision a lot and have found it reliable for encoding to Dvd without any hitches. Menu's are very easy to create but most of the cutting and editing I do in another program and then feed into Nero to burn to disc. Perhaps if all this was done within Nero the heavier use causes some of the hick ups other users of the video editing feature have found. I work with mainly footage captured from Digital TV and most audio/video sync problems are caused by frames dropped during broadcast. This can cause Nero to hick up during encoding to DVD. I normally use another program like video redo to correct problems with broadcast and dont get any problems once the corrected footage is fed into Nero. HAve encoded a few films from my video camera and that has worked fine. I wouldnt use NeroVision as the video editing program to end all video editing. Its part of a larger suite of things and intended as a simple means to an end.
So far, very few coasters when burning. Cheap blank DVD's are more the culprit.
It does have some annoying bugs-NeroVision: After creating chapters and adding simple fades to the start of a film and the end, the program just crashes and then sometimes works fine-not sure whats going on here. Cant find any answers from anyone here. Just another bug you have the pleasure to pay for and retifyable by parting with some more money for an update. Another issue was Nero Burning Rom causing an error message when selected and crashing. Usually a re-install would cure this for a while but then it would come back. Was told by support to update the program but thats not acceptable. Its like agreeing to buy a program with great promises but havin to spend more on getting a feature of it that was supposed to work, working. Anyway, found a registry patch that seems to correct this.
So what am I sayin. Yes it works at the most for me but has a few annoying things about it that tarnish a good program.