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Searching for Ashampoo Video Styler 2013 cheap price? Starting from 7.95. Ashampoo Video Styler 2013 is a free app that allows you to create beautiful and easy to edit video filters from your Mac. This app allows you to add text to filters using the Shapes feature, and to modify the sound effects, transitions and even the color of the final output. The full Adobe Flash training course is included with this version, so you can start by playing around with Adobe Flash. Ashampoo Video Styler 2013 has three major features that can be useful for, including the use of RGB color space (which would be useful for Adobe's color space Green), editing video directly from the web using this Webfilter, and modifying a video using a WebP video as opposed to using the Vorbis portion of the video file. The former two features are also included in the Adobe Creative Suite, so you can use one version of this app on your Mac and another version on your computer. Although this app is not exactly "real-life" useful, Wahiba said Ashampoo Video Styler 2013 would "make your video style last a lifetime." But we weren't impressed with the price and lack of user manual. We want to pay more, but the user manual remains. Ashampoo Video Styler 2013 comes with the standard five preset colors and four levels of enhance, and it's not a huge feature set, either. The tutorials do a decent job of introducing the features, and the set of included effects gives this a fairly detailed preset tool. For this and other reasons, we'll probably be avoiding this app until the price gets too high. The most notable feature of all is the eight training videos that follow each filter, showing you how to apply each feature, change filters, and create your own custom tutorials. But there are some reasonable technical drawbacks to this feature set that limit us from giving it 5 stars. Video settings. When opening up Ashampoo Video Shaper, the first thing you'll see is a quick check to make sure your video is a PAL video. That usually means it has been produced before PAL was standardized and only contains white and black. DVD players that I've used don't handle this standard very well, so if you're planning to play the video on a TV or monitor with a B/W display, you need to have either a Sony FE 5450 or a new one: the software will not read the BIOS correctly and allow you to shoot NTSC content. If you're shooting video on a Color/NTSC camera, such as the recently released Sony XTi90 or Sony A6500, the system gets better, but it does have the B/W-display guy Sony Alesinesieself screwing things up. You can edit PAL content (which takes a while if you have multiple PAL videos to choose from) but you're basically limited to the video you're playing. This is the standard Sony AI-9027, after all, and you can go back a bit and the pains of doing so not previously being completely beyond you. Ashampoo Video Settings. If that wasn't enough, when you load a .bikv or .movv video from Photos or iCloud from the app, the 3D engine needs to check to see if the video is .MK or not .BS, or .BMP or not, and .PSD, before it can load anything. That means it'll be able to play .WAV or .PSD videos, and probably take advantage of some of them' bit rate advantages. Not surprisingly, both Sony and Apple don't like the idea. "It's clearly an Apple exclusive," Wahiba said, pointing to the app's description. "They only put .apple stuff here." If you’re Sony users, though, youve got a friend. Wahiba made it very clear that the ESRB was against assigning it an E rating, saying that it'll expose kids to the risks of using an unprotected exploit in illegal streams. Well, not exposed, she admitted, the danger of getting hackers into the system to distribute malware is the primary threat. An exploited public like the SGB-Ashampoo exploitable kid could also be at risk. For its part, the video rental and cloud player Alliance defends its decision by arguing that the filters Ashampoo uses are not compatible with Sony's own programs and that the filters it uses to process .OBJ videos are not compatible with NFSideos. "Ashampoo does what it does because it has an open, industry standard backend," the Alliance write writes. "Ashampoo's advanced processing power and extensive library of filters ensure that it continues to look and perform to our highest standards." That said, the filter suite does clearly favor the creative types. Check out these examples on Ashampoo's homepage:. sonic effects motion graphics patterned on tones of soundbleed audio soundtrack tracks. Ashampoo's