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Where Are The Tutorials?


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Hello, I bought this program as a CD as it looked good and was advertised as having tutorials. However, I can not find any tutorials in the program. I know I can see some on youtube, but I want to know all this can do and want complete tutorials. Can anyone direct me to how to access? Thanks!!!!

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In each of the applicable programs under help, there is a users guide or similar. Roxio/Corel in their "finite" wisdom stopped publishing guides and tutorials. There was a good selection of tutorials in NXt 4 but they were dropped in NXT 5. Other resources (like YouTube) are pretty old but they may be of help.

 

My DVD in this version is brand new so don't bother with looking at older resources. There is a Users Guide in that program but it is not correct.

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Don't bother they are both as bad ! :(

 

Many people say that Creator 2012 is the best but it is not listed as compatible with Windows 10. Having said that, some people have said that it works well with W10. If you are going to buy it (from Amazon or e-bay), then make sure you get the full Pro version in an unopened box. This is old enough that downloads with a separate key are questionable.

 

You might want to look at Pinnacle and or Corel offerings but you still get that lousy MyDVD.

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Thank you for your help! I am new to all this video stuff. I want my young kids (10 and 13) to be able to make movies. They will need to be able to upload, edit and then put on a dvd. Do you have any suggestions besides Roxio products that would be a good decision. Something that a newbie like me and the kids could access video tutorials?

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Windows has a free built in video editing program. Windows Movie Maker. Search for it on-line. I've used it in the past. Make sure you get the version for the PC. It is pretty good. Once they get proficient with it, then you can look for something with more features.

 

If you want more, send me a private message message by clicking on my name above to the left..

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