Nero Video 2017 review: As good as it gets for ripping, copying, and repackaging video

PCWorld 

Nero Video Editor may not be as well known as Nero's DVD burning and copying software, but its video editing program walks the same path. It's an affordable and reliable consumer video editor with a heavy emphasis on creating videos that you will export to physical media. That means support for things like the Ultra HD standard for Blu-ray, and robust tools for building out DVD menus and functionality in addition to your standard video editing tools. In terms of features, the editing process is quite standard. Nero Video 2017 has plenty of effects and transitions, and we were pleased to find that many of them support 4K.

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