Roxio Creator 2012 Special Edition
Posted 16 October 2011 - 05:14 AM
I did a thorough search of the web to see if I could find detailed information but was unsuccessful. Until Roxio clearifies what is in the Special Edition, here is what I found
sebox.jpg 48.97KB 3 downloads
box page.jpg 208.43KB 2 downloads
Capabilities: Go here
In my reading between the lines, I see that Izotope, FaceFilter, Triple Scoop Music and some DigiEffects (effects) are included. Thos are similar to what comes with the Pro version.
I do not see anything related to Backon rack, HRD Express, Smart Sonicfire Pro, Blu-ray, ABCHD or Secure Burn (at least). This line subject to change !
It would be a big help if someone who owns the SE would post images of the page tabs so others could see them.
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Posted 23 October 2011 - 09:13 PM
HOWEVER, go to the Roxio install folder and you will see a FaceFilter folder - open that up and you will see the FaceFilter install .EXE. Click that and it will ask you for the serial numbet on the jacket and then install FaceFilter. When you run it, it takes you to the vendors site where they have many other visual editing programs - many animations.
So, the answer is the COSTCO Special Edition includes FaceFilter as an added bonus thanx.
Posted 24 October 2011 - 12:54 PM
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Posted 11 December 2011 - 01:19 PM
Some screen caps from Costco:
2012 SE 1.jpg 225.92KB
2012 SE 2.jpg 258.9KB 1 downloads
2012 SE 3.jpg 244.94KB 1 downloads
2012 SE 4.jpg 141.55KB 1 downloads
2012 SE 5.jpg 188.58KB 0 downloads
2012 SE 6.jpg 117.93KB 0 downloads
Posted 14 January 2012 - 01:44 PM
Roxio Creator Plus 2012
The world's best-selling digital media suite makes it easy to capture, enhance, save and share your photo, video and audio projects. Burn and copy CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs. Edit movies and burn them to DVDs like a pro. Turn your standard videos and photos into 3-D masterpieces. Rip CDs, digitize analog LPs and mix perfect playlists. Fix and enhance photos and create photo slideshows, cards, calendars, panoramas and more. Share your creations on CD, DVD, mobile phone, iPad, YouTube, Facebook and more. Plus now you can access the media stored on your home PC, from the Internet, while you're away from home. Built-in video tutorials and printable step-by-step instructions make it easy to get started.
Burn and copy CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs
Edit movies and burn them to DVDs
Turn standard videos and photos into 3-D
Rip CDs, digitize analog LPs and mix playlists
Fix and enhance photos and create slideshows, cards, calendars, panoramas and more
Share your work on CD, DVD, mobile phone, iPad, YouTube, Facebook and more
Access the media stored on your home PC anywhere there is an Internet connection
Built-in video tutorials and printable step-by-step instructions teach you how to do it all
System requirements: Windows XP (SP2/64-bit or SP3/32-bit), Vista (SP2) or Windows 7
Not much of a description compared to the Costco version.
Really can't tell what is missing between these two.
Posted 18 October 2012 - 05:45 AM
Posted 18 October 2012 - 06:19 AM
I want to know if Creator Special Edition 2012 will work with Roxio video capture USB Connector on an Window XP 32 bits
I doubt it.
What Roxio software do you have now?
Did it come with the Roxio USB Capture Device?
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Posted 18 October 2012 - 07:42 AM
I believe, Jojogeo is asking if it is compatible with XP???
Of course that is shown in the pictures of Post #1 as well as Post #4
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