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Creator 2011 Vs Plus Vs Pro


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On the Roxio website I can see a nice comparison of Creator 2011 and Creator 2011 Pro... but nowhere is Creator 2011 Plus mentioned, other than one page that says it is compatible with Windows 7.

 

Can anyone explain what is unique about the 'Plus' version. Seems it is sold at Target, maybe Walmart.

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Creator 2011 Pro: http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/pro/overview.html

Creator 2011 Plus: http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/suite/overview.html'>http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/suite/overview.html

 

 

gi7omy, your second link is not C2011 Plus!

 

Creator 2011 Plus: http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/suite/overview.html

 

This is C2011 Plus at Target.

 

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As you can tell from the price, there are some application that are missing (cut down version). It depends on what you want to odo with the Suite of Programs as to whether it is a good deal for you. What do you want to do? If you want to save money, there may be other choices that are better.

 

List everything you can think of that is included in the Pro and then priortize them . Come back here for suggestions.

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The Plus versions are Retail Only versions produced by Roxio for Chain Stores… They are never listed or sold through Roxio directly.

 

The Creator 2010 PLUS version had everything as the regular version except that AVCHD support as well as Back On Track was excluded…

 

Never seen the 2011 PLUS, but I think you can assume that 3D, AVCHD and BoT are not in the box :lol:

 

Like Steve said, look at the Pro, which has everything, and decide what protions are important to you. ;)

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