—Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0: I imported an 80mb WMV file and then dragged it onto the timeline. I scrolled through the audio tracks in the timeline and found the one with my audio information already in it. I right-clicked it and selected Audio Gain…. Once I exported the new video, I could hear a noticeable increase in loudness.
—Auto Movie Creator 3.26: I imported an 80mb WMV file and increased the Clip Audio through the Volume Balance Control. I exported the result as a 50mb MP4 with no obvious quality deterioration. However, there was no change in the volume level.
—Blaze Media Pro 9: When I tried to open a WMV file for editing I received the following error message: “The object invoked has disconnected from its clients.”
—AoA DVD Ripper 5.1.8: Converts clips less than ten minutes after the trial period expires. No water mark.
—WinAVI DVD Copy: converts full DVD–no option for clips