Thanks Bill. Agree with you on Lightroom. I was wondering whether there was anything special about the Pany software. For example, Olympus software has the ability to covert RAW files to emulate in-camera JPGs pretty much pefectly.
I'm with Bill here while Silkypix is Ok for RAW for occasional use and theone consideration is the amount of time that you have to invest in learning software that comes with each camera, because of this I have found that it is better to stick to one application and use/follow that - before LightRoom it would have been Elements or the CS suite.
I find Lightroom fantastic; it is quick, comprehensive and very powerful - it is the best and most useful (application) that I have ever used.
TC, Windows Live Movie Maker should be able to import AVCHD and Windows 7 already had the codec to play the file.Because windows movie maker, facebook, and youtube don't like it.
Because windows movie maker, facebook, and youtube don't like it.
What software/codec plugins are you running?