I need some buying advice for a decent home video editing software. Iíve got both recently filmed HD videos and older digitised, analogue home videos. What I want to do is cutting, colour correction, noise reduction, audio editing and restoration, burning, converting between different formats. I donít care much about fancy features such as multicam or social media sharing.
I've tried the previous version of Cyberlink PowerDirector and I particularly liked ColorDirector and AudioDirector, both included in the Ultimate Suite version. They seemed to offer more advanced and powerful editing tools than other consumer-targeted video editors Iíve tried.
However, the price tag is a bit high so I thought Iíd ask here if thereís anyone who can tell me whether Cyberlinks AudioDirector and ColorDirector really is better than what the corresponding tools of Adobe premiere Elements, Magix Movie Edit, Pinnacle Studio or Corel Videostudio, or for that matter any stand-alone free or commercial colour and/or audio editor can offer?
Thanks in advance.