Aaaaand Action! Video Editing with DVStorm SE From Canopus

Effects: Transitions And Filters

Once the clips have been arranged on the timeline, you select an effect for them. If you're running this on a modern PC system, say a Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or higher, you'll be able to process the effects in close to realtime. At this point, though, we'd like to point out that the minimum CPU requirements on the Canopus website generally only refer to a single effect. In other words, their marketing information with its mere "700 MHz" won't get you too far if you plan to superimpose several effects or filters. On the bright side, though, the software does support dual-processor systems.

This screenshot shows a selection of effects.

The settings window is shown in the screenshot above for the Alpha Wipe effect. You can customize your settings in this window.

Uwe Scheffel