- Platform: Windows XP / Vista / 7
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
Nero Video Premium HD (PC)
- Media Management-Import,sort,search,playback photos,videos and music from the powerful media organizer
- Photo and video Slideshow Creation -Create photo and video slideshows with easy-to-use tools and templates
- Blu-ray Disc Playback-Publish videos in cinema-style quality with Blu-ray disc authoring
- Advanced video editing-Transform videos from ordinary to extraordinary with cutting -edge advanced editing tools
- Advanced Video Authoring with Nero Vision - Publish videos in cinema-style quality with Blu-ray disc authoring
Customers Also Shopped For
Nero video premium HD
Amazon.co.uk Product Description
Nero Video Premium HD
| Expand your creativity with Nero Video Premium HD. Bring your creativity to life with advanced HD video editing, authoring, and playback tools that will take your home video project from modest start to incredible finish. Use cutting-edge editing tools to create cinema-style HD movies and slideshows, author to DVD-Video, AVCHD or Blu-ray Disc, then upload to social communities or conveniently play back your Blu-ray-Disc movies. |
What's NewThe Ultimate HD Video Editing Solution.
HighlightsNero Video Premium HD includes Blu-ray Disc Playback and the Creative CollectionPack.
Blu-ray Disc Playback - View Blu-ray movies in stunning picture annd sound quality
Media Management - import, sort, search and playback photos, videos and music from one powerful organizer
Photo and Video Slideshow Creation - Create photo andd video slideshows with easy-to- use tools and templates
Advanced Video Editing - Transform videos from ordinary to extraordinary with cutting-edge, advanced editing tools
Advanced Video Authoring with Nero Vision - Publish videos in cinema-style quality with Blu-ray Disc authoring
Minimum System Requirements for Nero Multimedia Suite 10 Platinum HD
- Windows® XP SP3 (32-bit), Windows Vista® SP1 or later (32 and 64-bit), Windows® 7 Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate (32 and 64-bit)
- 2 GHz AMD or Intel® processor, 512 MB RAM (1 GB RAM for Windows Vista® or Windows® 7)
- For Blu-ray Disc Playback and HD Video Editing: Processor Intel® Core™ II Duo 2.2 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2.6GHz or above, 2 GB RAM
- 5 GB hard drive space for a typical installation of all components (including templates, content and temporary disk space)
- DirectX® 9.0 compliant graphics card with 3D acceleration, 16-bit color, and a minimum of 128 MB video memory is required (32-bit, true color, 256 MB dedicated video RAM, and support for Shader Model 3.0 is recommended)
- For Blu-ray Disc Playback: Graphics Card NVIDIA 8600 and above, ATI Radeon HD 3800 and above, Intel G45 (Windows Vista/Windows 7); Minimum 512 MB VRAM, HDCP compliant display for digital connection
- DVD disc drive for installation and playback, Blu-ray Disc capable drive for BD playback
- CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc recordable or rewritable drive for burning and video authoring
- DirectX® 9.0c revision 30 (August 2006)
- Windows Media® Player 9
- Third party components such as Microsoft Windows® Installer 4.5, Microsoft .NET™ 3.5 SP1 and Microsoft Silverlight™ 3 are shipped with the product or automated download if not included in the package
- For some services and the use of BD-LIVE features an Internet connection is required (DSL-1000 and higher recommended). Internet connection charges are the user's responsibility
- For further requirements please check www.nero.com
- On 64-bit operating systems, applications run in 32-bit emulation mode
- The devices must be correctly installed and recognized by the operating system for the product to work properly
- Installation of the latest WHQL certified device drivers is strongly recommended
Free online activation is required for full DVD, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVC, and related functionality. Does not copy DVDs or other discs with DRM or CSS copy protection. Blu-ray capabilities are subject to change, check www.nero.com for updates. Sharing content on MyNero, YouTube™, Facebook and other online communities is subject to availability and acceptance of membership terms. Transcoding supports all popular formats for portable and mobile devices.
See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
Two app's get installed plus a management app which checks for updates and manages licenses. As well as the main Nero Vision app there's also Nero MediaHub, which is really just another media player for Windows (we don't have enough already?) that noses around inside folders and tries to catalogue what it finds. It's not bad, but it doesn't offer anything very different or compelling to any other (free) media app. You can use it to manage content on your mp3 or media players too, providing you pay for the optional plugin.
The Nero Vision app is comprehensive and gives you all the basic edit features you'll need together with a good selection of effects and transitions. The bundled themes, for adding menus and interfaces to your finished discs, are especially impressive - particularly the animated and 3D ones. Performance is good, the app takes advantage of a CUDA-enabled graphics card if you have one and therefore H.264 video conversions are speedy. Working with HD content on a laptop will slow things down noticeably because of the (usually) slower hard-drive performance on laptops but once you hit the render button CUDA should help speed things along.Read more ›
The interface as ever with Nero can take a minute or two to get used to, and if this is your first time with Nero I suggest reading the instructions or even better visit the varoius online sources that other uses often use to post hints and tips.
The quality of the finished discs is largely up to you, but Nero does it's best to help the user make the most of it.
Another great Nero title.
The installation went smoothly enough, but then I did have an instruction manual for this. While I would have managed without an instruction manual for this part, I found it rather more difficult to actually do any video editing without one! That's right, the only instructions for how to use it are those which are included on the outside of the box. There are some tutorials contained on the Nero website, however I find it's more satisfying to figure it out with a printed booklet in front of you rather than flicking between webpage and program.
By a process of trial and error, I managed to import my video clips, unlink the audio files, cut them down in length and enter transitions so that the final video would move smoothly between the clips. What I didn't get the hang of was how to smoothly move between audio clips. Therefore, in my finished movie, there is distinct gaps between the audio files. The only solution I could come up with was to remove the audio file altogether and replace with a backing track, which isn't ideal, especially if the primary purpose of taking the video was to get some background sound...I'm sure there is a way of doing it, however it hasn't yet become apparent to me.
Overall, it's a good enough video editing package, however I probably would avoid unless you're happy tinkering about with it for hours to get what you want. For the easily frustrated, all I would say is; don't.
I dont think id spend the extra cash for this feature, as it realy is a small feature for a big cost.
The software however is good, very good. Its not by far the best video editing software out there and does have its problems, i have had several run ins with it using my Canon Dvd camcorder, not reading the output files correctly and having to convert them before using Nero is a pain. But it works realy well with my Toshiba Digital camcorder and ive had some good but not perfect results from it.
Installation is easy and realy not much to think about, the software though can have a high learning curve for beginners so be aware you may need to find some guides or tutorials online to get the most out of it, id recommend this anyway as the help files are boring to read.
All in all id buy Nero 10 instead of this if you realy arent bothered about the extra HD part, not realy worth the money, but the software on the whole is great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
excellent value for money most other blu-ray player software is at least twice the price with much less in the way of featuresPublished on 2 April 2014 by mr s orr
Many of the expensive alternatives to blu ray software made me turn to this. It plays blu rays no problem. Read morePublished on 18 Feb. 2014 by Sam Wood
This product doesn't seem to work. I still can't play blu ray on my PC.I will try again but I'm not happy.Published on 13 Jan. 2014 by ep
this software has installed and run smoothly for me. re- codes dvd to watch on a domestic blu ray/ dvd player. on the downside nero don`t seem to like you reinstalling this. Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2013 by jope
I have used a few video encoding software and this is by far the best that I have used, I would definitely recommend itPublished on 16 Dec. 2012 by John Reynolds
Despite what it says on the box this software would not play any of my blu-ray discs which are all UK versions. Read morePublished on 29 Sept. 2012 by K. J. Fry