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    and that's usually not a good thing.
    However, I believe Avanquest is a major software distributor.
    Here's the ad:

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    "Ignite your story with Filmora video editing software
    Modern & simple user interface
    Text & titles, music library, overlays & filters and elements
    Comprehensive effects library
    Complete video, photo & audio editing
    Advanced effects to create professional productions
    Share your creative work with social media
    And much more!
    Regular price: $69.99
    Savings: $40.00
    Your price: $29.99
    30-Day Money Back Guarantee"

    "Possibly the most beautiful and effective video software
    we have seen in a long time" - CNET.COM

    "Ignite your story. Use Filmora video editor to express your creativity and amaze with beautiful results. Filmora provides a simple user interface with a modern and intuitive design that you'll be delighted to use again and again."
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    Is CNET full of beans here ?

    If something new and good in this field should turn up, I don't want to overlook or dismiss it . . . .
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    Filmora isn't new. (There are a few posts on VideoHelp mentioning it.) A Google search indicates Filmora is from Wondershare.
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    Chinese company that has numerous rebrands of itself. Don't buy unless you have tons of coupons.
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    Originally Posted by ron spencer View Post
    Chinese company that has numerous rebrands of itself. Don't buy unless you have tons of coupons.
    Uh Oh -- I was afraid of that. Already have a few apps from some of those, probably all freebie / giveaways, and after the nuisance of removing WShelper or AShelper, stowaway "phone-home" modules {*}, I'm done with them ! I've even saved a warning file about them, and their various guises. (iSkysoft, Aimersoft, and AiseeSoft are others.) Now I would just like to know if any of the following are members of this family: Tipard, BoilSoft, Wonderfox. If so, I'll add them to the list.

    (I don't think NCH is part of this, but they do something similar {*}, and perhaps should be avoided for the same reasons ?}

    It's not like we don't have some decent, non-offending editors to choose from -- even some that are free . . . .
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    Wondershare is a rebrand of iSkysoft, Aimersoft. Products are the same, just skinned differently.
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