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Vsevolod Chernov
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Nero Video 2017

When we tested the products we recommend in our review, we created a 45-second video to test the output video quality of each software. Although Nero had satisfying speed results, when we tried using it to compress a large resolution video file into a smaller one it showed disappointing results. The final product had a lot of visual imperfections like motion blur, pixelation and a distorted image that would most certainly impair you watching experience.

Nero Video 2017

Like all other video editing software in our review, Nero Video offers many different sources on its website you can use if you get stuck anywhere. There is a searchable knowledgebase and a FAQ section for issues most users face. There are also several tutorials and how-to guides to help you overcome any difficulties faster. You can contact tech support via email.

In the first version, Nero Vision 4, users were already able to edit videos in a small template and had a fixed choice per film of one video channel, one effect channel, one text channel and two audio channels. They could not add images to their film at that time and could only edit menus within in an automatic template.

This version saw a name change to Nero Video and its major new feature was the Express mode, which allowed easy yet full-functioned video editing in a simplified timeline. It also included Express Effects, a range of predefined effect templates that users could drag and drop onto their clips. Nero also completely redesigned the start screen and simplified imports of AVCHD media. Older effects were split off into separate functions and new sound effects were added.

This version saw the addition of Nero Tilt-Shift effects and Nero RhythmSnap. Nero also added a drag and drop function to the start screen, enabling users to get started on video or disc projects faster. In addition, this version introduced 4K video and slide show editing capabilities.

Nero Video is a part of Nero 2017 Classic,[5] Nero 2017 Platinum,[6] Nero Video 2017.[5] With the exception of the version included in Nero 2017 Classic, where there are slightly fewer effects and templates, and no 4K editing, all versions of Nero Video in the other products are identical. All products also include Nero MediaHome.

Nero MediaHome enables users to more easily manage and play their images, videos and music files. Alongside audio CD ripping and the creation of playlists and slideshows, MediaHome includes important features that let users sort their media, including tagging, face recognition in photos, geo location support and manual geotagging for photos and videos. Streaming to TVs and home media players is also included. Starting with Version 2015, users can stream media directly to their mobile devices (iOS, Android, Amazon) with the Nero MediaHome Receiver App.[7]

Nero Video is a software that one uses to edit videos and burn discs. One can manage video files, import them from internal or external sources, and burn CDs, DVDs, or Blu-Ray. A media library helps to organize audio or video files and integrates with other libraries, so you can collate projects and work with a large number of multimedia files.

Nero also enables you to create slideshows and videos using images, and present them in a professional way. One can capture and organize footage from a video source, trim and edit out bits, and put the video back together in a seamless precise manner.

The program can also simply be used for playing video disks and files. The video-editing tools are sophisticated and highly precise, with the possibility to add sound and images to the video, add effects, text, and sort the frame according to your requirements.

One of the biggest advantages of Nero is that it has really brought video editing to mobile phones, and one can really create Hollywood standard videos and films that are created straight from a smartphone. The user interface is so intuitive and simplistically designed that one really needs no time to figure out their way around it. Videos are made quickly and efficiently, without the hassle of owning expensive video-editing software.

One can really enhance videos by adding sound, text, transitions, and other add-on effects to make the videos look professionally-made. The improved video quality can also be attained by making crisp editings using Nero, applying keyframe animations, including photos, and adding better sound to the video. One can playback the video created before exporting it.

One of the main deterrents of Nero Video is that it is not free to use but only has a free 14-day trial. After the trial period, you need to upgrade to a paid plan. During the trial period as well, you can only export 30-second videos and not more. Alternative programs Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro are better with subtitles and captions, while video-viewing programs like VLC and Windows Media Player are specialized in offering an excellent viewing experience, which is better than Nero.

The 2017 version of Nero sports a redesigned Start screen and QuickStart feature that propels you right to the heart of editing your videos. Nero's MediaHome and MediaBrowser modules gather all of your device assets in one place, making metadata and playback available in a clear, unambiguous, discrete layout.

Nero includes plenty of transitions and effects, but unlike in Premiere Elements and other video editing software, you cannot search for them. Rather, you must choose from the list and designate favorites to find them easily the next time you want them. The Effects menu is partly hidden at first, and in close proximity to the My Media palette, so you need to click on it to see all of the multimedia effects, which are arranged neatly by type.

MediaHome lets you identify people in your footage and pinpoint places where the video was shot. However, the automatic location function did not work especially well in my testing; in some cases, it indicated the wrong locations, and in others, it didn't identify a location at all. However, you can easily use the built-in map to add or correct locations. The MediaHome browser also picked up a lot of irrelevant image files, but it was easy to delete them from the library.

As with some of its more advanced competitors, such as Corel VideoStudio and CyberLink PowerDirector, Nero works with a range of formats, including HEVC (H.265) and 4K videos from smartphones, digital cameras and camcorders. The video module's Express and Advanced modes facilitate numerous effects and transitions on the timeline. Stylish menus are available for DVDs and Blu-ray discs, and you can design CD sleeves with Nero's Cover Designer.

The new KnowHow interactive learning guide assists users with Nero's extensive functions, offering tips and tricks in the form of short video tutorials, manuals, FAQs and a glossary. In Windows 10, you can access it directly from the application or the Start menu, or use it on your smartphone or tablet (iOS, Android, or Windows 10 Phone).

The app includes background audio clips, features new Gracenote support for embedded album cover art, and lets you replace audio from your video clips and apply noise reduction and various audio effects. The new SecurDisc 4.0 tech provides password protection and 256-bit encryption for disc burning.

I tested Nero on an HP Spectre x360 laptop running Windows 10 Home. Its 64-bit Intel Core i5-5200U processor runs at 2.2 GHz on an Intel HD Graphics 5500 system with 8GB of RAM. I combined five clips into a 2.5-minute video shot at 60 frames per second and rendered the projects to MPEG 4 at 720p. We timed rendering at both 60 fps and 30 fps.

Nero comes in Classic and Platinum versions, with the latter offering all of the features of the former but adding 4K playback, video editing, and HEVC (H.265, High Efficiency Video Coding) support. The Platinum version packs 300 additional effects, video filters and templates, plus 42 4K-optimized templates that you can use to automatically create movies or slideshows. It also features picture-in-picture, chroma keying, slow motion, time lapse, tilt-shift and other common special effects. Nero 2017 Platinum offers a Music Recorder, which requires a separate installation, that lets you record MP3s from internet radio stations for free.

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