The reason I won’t be able to use Pinnacle Studio for the PC is simply because it doesn’t support the .MOD video format. Power Director 17 is “very” .MOD video friendly. From what I see, Power Director movie making software is the only movie making software that supports the .MOD format. Today, I just downloaded and installed the free version of Power Director 17 and gave it a shot. Surprisingly, I’m seeing video and hearing audio on the video.
Power Director 17 is actually pretty impressive movie making software, though. I just started making the intro for “My Story – Part 2” and it’s coming along pretty well. I’m impressed. The free version allows you to convert the videos so they can be youtube and FB friendly. The free version for Power Director 17 is actually pretty nice. Yep, think I’m gonna have to stick with using Power Director. I’ll use the free version now and will buy the full paid version which will cost like $100. If I want to keep using my JVC Everio digital handheld, I’ll need to stick with using Power Director by Cyberlink. The picture qualiity on the JVC Everio is actually pretty impressive too… way better than the Ipad and the Ipod cameras.
I’m glad I got this problem all taken care of and figured out, though. Sometime this year, I will buy the full version of Power Director, probably this Spring. This means I will be able to use the JVC Everio handheld camera to film stuff at my powerlifting meet in Albany tomorrow.
Power Director is actually pretty impressive software like I said and it’s easy to use. You can make Hollywood-like and TV-like videos using it.
I want to continue video making and keep doing it. Become a full time vlogger on FB and youtube. People are already liking my stuff and this is what my supporters want to see so I’m going to keep it going.