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Video Watermark Pro< のgiveaway は 2011年6月10日
Video Watermark Proはビデオにテキスト、イメージ、アニメ、ロゴなどを追加する大量処理も可能なプログラム。シンプルな高度処理でウォーターマーク追加を簡単に処理。クリック作業で迅速に処理し、ビデオを他者から利用されることを予防。
Windows 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista (x32/x64)/ 7 (x32/x64)
Truthful Product Price Representation Integrity (suggestion)
Just thinking for integrity purposes GOATD might want to state that the product "is" available for $34.95 and not $69.95 as is currently stated at the time of this writing.
According to a Google archived cache of the product page from June 4, (before being offered as a GAOTD) the selling price was $34.95 then as well.
Technically, one could say the publisher's aren't actually stating it was ever sold by them for $69.95,though are planning on raising the selling price to $69.95 in the future. But no matter what the publisher chooses to state, allude to, or display for marketing purposes, the actual "IS" price is definitely $35.95, not $69.95
I'm just afraid if members begin to notice product information not being represented accurately or truthfully (especially in the favor of the product's publisher), members might become suspicious of GAOTD, as well as reviewers, bloggers, etc... and I'd hate to see that happen, because GAOTD is one of the greatest shining stars of the web today.
#6's observation about phoning home is correct, and #7's link brings up the "WhoIs" Information. The outlet is China, and its IP address is not in the ARIN database, but rather it is in an Asian registry called APNIC, which "doesn't operate networks using this IP range, and is not able to investigate spam or abuse reports relating to this IP address." This is concerning for a program that won't run unless it can phone home first. I think I'll pass despite it sounding like a great program.
I like: easy installation, simple to use.
I do not like :at each startup software
call home : 220.127.116.11
Very nice program. only problem is as #6 "tackrik" stated, it likes to call home on every start up and when I block the call home with Zonealarm the program fails to start. it just hangs there.
here is the info on where it phones home to http://www.xfastpc.com/phonehome.html
I may keep it, seems to be useful but haven't got time this morning to fully test. But Im sure it will end up a keeper.
no flags by any of my security programs, thats a plus.
thanks GOTD & AoaoPhoto
It would be helpful if Video Watermark Pro explained why the product communicates with their site every time you launch it and explained why they charge money for this when free programs that do the same have been available since the 90s. i.e VirtualdubMOD which even allows placement of watermark images.
All of the Windows Movie Maker software allows you to add text to video. This type of software seem to be used to put ads for websites on video more than protect video.
The newest trend in video editing software is the feature to remove watermarks. Although there are some free programs that do that. I suggest Video Watermark Pro add that feature to make the program of any value above free.
Maybe it's 'ease of use' that makes this worth $70? I just think that when freeware programs are out there that do the same thing, part of a costly program's description should include explanations as to why they are superior to freeware alternatives. Makes perfect sense to me.
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