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Yes, Creator 2010 will edit AVCHD files. Which camcorder are you using?

I was considering buying the Canon hf21 or the hfs100 but then I started looking at the D7 DSLR which will store the files in the MOV 264 file codec. Either way it would most likely be a Canon product. Thanks for your reply. Right now I have the Video lab 10 and also have the Cyberlink Director 8 trial and am waffling between the two. I had really bad results from the Pinnacle product ( studio 14 ) it output video mpeg files with a lot of staircasing that wasn't there on my camera output or on the same processing through either Roxio or Cyberlink or even my old Premiere Elements 2. So the only question is a matter of features and user interface preferences. Right now it looks as if the Roxio is the one that I feel most comfortable with. The pinnacle one was full of things that didn't work. Windows that would have a bunch of choices that would not function, rendering breakdowns on simple shorts, and as mentioned the bad quallity. It, of course is loaded with extras but they are no good if the quality is not up to par. Thanks once again for the reply it wasn't that clear in the documented descriptions it only refers to the ability to store the files directly to hard drive or to burn them directly to disc.

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