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AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:57 am
by fjclaus
It seems that Reveal is a better program if you are strictly a photographer wishing to make DVD slideshows. How come there are so many more styles for the AutoProducer 6 program and what can we do to get them for Reveal 8 as well?

Re: AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:26 am
by yihyeong
Hello fjclaus,

autoProducer 6 has been around for a much longer time then muvee Reveal, hence there are more aP6 styles than what we currently have for Reveal. We have been shipping Reveal styles and in the process of developing new and definitely better styles for Reveal.

Btw, is there any particular type of styles you would like to see? Your feedback is valuable to our road-map planning!



YY

Re: AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 1:57 am
by syjess
Hi,

I am confused. I had downloaded the trial period of 15 days of your muvee pixie. I like it so do have the intention to purchase it. But can you tell me what is muvee reveal then? My requirements are simple. Produce a collections of photos into a slideshow with music background. Export it into the DVD and then playback through projector for presentation.

Hence, please advise me which software should I purchase and how do I export it to playable file as the finishing end.


Thanks.

Jessica

Re: AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:35 pm
by yzayzay
Yes . Please can anyone answer Jessica's Question ?

Re: AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:26 am
by patrick
Hi yzayzay,

Basically, muvee Reveal is a full featured system (that supports hi-def video and has burning option) where Pixie is a "lite" version with limitations - hence the price differences. For more information, please check muvee @ http://www.muvee.com/en/products/

Re: AutoProducer vs Reveal

PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2011 7:40 am
by jorgetkdpet
patrick wrote:Hi yzayzay,

Basically, muvee Reveal is a full featured system (that supports hi-def video and has burning option) where Pixie is a "lite" version with limitations - hence the price differences. For more information, please check muvee @ http://www.muvee.com/en/products/


thanks i am not new in muvee things but i wanna say thanks because i dont need questions anything is in this home page thanks again