Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 12:13pm
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What the difference?
Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 1:37pm
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Formats? A bigger variety? I was wondering the same thing.
Well kinda. Video wrap is discontinued by FXhome but you can buy it on Tubetape.
Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 5:05pm
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I believe that there is less options on the lite version.
Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 5:10pm
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Video Wrap is discontinued.
VideoWrap Lite is free, and available for a limited time.
That's the difference.
Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 5:12pm
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Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 5:55pm
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I wasn't actually disagreeing with you, Movie Kid 4. It is likely that the Lite version has fewer options. I was just explaining it from another direction. Since Lite is the only version available, any other differences kind of become irrelevant.
Posted: Sun, 6th Dec 2009, 9:10pm
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Correct if I im wrong but am I?Just wondering...
Posted: Mon, 7th Dec 2009, 9:36pm
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We have mentioned before that it was available on the TubeTape website. So yes that is the full version on the website.
Posted: Mon, 7th Dec 2009, 9:58pm
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Posted: Sat, 19th Dec 2009, 7:06pm
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Why is VideoWrap lite only available for Windows? I have enormous trouble with keeping everything in the right format for where it's going, and like a lot of filmmakers I work on a Mac. Does anyone know why the mac version wasn't made available for free?
Posted: Sat, 19th Dec 2009, 8:01pm
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I don't think there ever was a Mac version of VideoWrap Lite. Only the full version was available for Mac.