Panolapse Review

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Recently, Patrick was nice enough to let me try out the full version his Panolapse software for this review.  A free version is available, so you can try it out before making any decisions.  If you’re wondering if it’s even worth a free trial, here’s the demo video they put out on YouTube.  Spoiler, definitely worth a try (IMO).

Check out my full Panolapse Review after the read more, including an animated moon photography montage that I did using it and Cyberlink Powerdirector 12 (my review of 11 – it’s about the same). Continue reading

CyberLink PowerDirector 11 for Time-Lapse and Traditional Videos

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After using the decent (but most likely crippled by my ancient computer) program OpenShot on Ubuntu LInux, I tried using the free tools available from Microsoft on Windows 8 to process time-lapse sequences.  I wasn’t really impressed, but maybe they weren’t given the chance they deserved.  The good thing, however, about again using a Windows-based computer is that there are many options for paid video editing packages.

After reading a really good review on PCMag.com, I thought I’d like to give it a try.  CyberLink was nice enough to give me a copy of PowerDirector 11 Ultra in exchange for some publicity.  I’ll do my best not to be biased with this intro/mini review.

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