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This review is from: Adobe Premiere Elements 9 English
Pros: I played around with Adobe Premiere Essentials with footage from my panasonic HDC-TM900K camcorder shooting at 60p. Adding titles and transitions and other editing are a breeze. I love this program. Setting up the burn process for blu ray is also very easy with very clear menu selections. I've been using the trial version for about 3 weeks and just ordered the full version
Cons: The Timeline shows some empty boxes, although when you move the pointer over them it shows the video content. Not a big negative and I plan to phone Adobe support. But even with this the positives far outweigh the negatives.
Other Thoughts: Some people seem to experience various glitches with the program. I've not had any of the problems mentioned. The program runs fast and smoothly. My computer processor is a core i7 with 9 GB of ram, Windows 7 64 bit and a decent video card. That may be the difference.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SONY Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11
Pros: I burned my first two Blu Rays without any problems. I had some prior doubts as I shot the video in 60P on my panasonic HDC-M900, and didn't know how well the software would be able to handle this; but the whole process was very easy and without a hitch, thanks largely to the "show me how" feature which leads you by the hand through each step.
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit with 9 GB ram. NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: Always a good idea to run the program after a fresh re-boot.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AT&T CL82409 4 Handset Cordless Phone
Pros: Very easy to program with the excellent and clearly written manual.
I love being able to program any one of the sets with phone numbers etc, and having them appear on all the handsets, while also being able to program Ringer tone and loudness and on/off on each individual handset without affecting the settings on the others. Very handy when someone is sleeping on room, but you want to hear the phone in the other(s)
This is my second AT&T phone. My first was 5.8 ghz which was problem free and had great sound. I wanted to upgrade to a DECT 6 phone with extra handsets and additional features. I was considering a Panasonic DECT 6 as my son owns one and is very pleased with it. I chose the AT&T because of problems I had with an older Panasonic's caller ID feature which only worked sporadically and which Panasonic tech support could not help me with.
Cons: The display is in black & white (I believe other phones have a color display), but what the h--l, this is a phone and not a TV.READ FULL REVIEW