Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Deluxe Suite Only $48.99 And Popcorn 3 Just $19.99 At

Roxio Easy Media Creator is only commercial video editing tool for the PC officially listed as compatible with TiVoToGo files. Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Suite has an MSRP of $99.99, currently $79.99 with a $20 rebate. But is selling Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Deluxe Suite for just $48.99 after a $30 rebate. The Deluxe Suite has an MSRP of $129.99, so that’s over 62% off MSRP! What makes it ‘Deluxe’, and why the higher MSRP? Because the Deluxe Suite is the full standard Suite plus a Dazzle USB video capture device. So you can buy Easy Media Creator 10 Deluxe Suite for $78.99, turn in the $30 rebate, and have it for just $48.99 – less than the standard, non-Deluxe, Suite. Good deal.

And for the Mac users, Roxio Popcorn 3 is one of the two officially endorsed packages for Mac (the other is Roxio Toast 9, of course). The MSRP is $49.99, but is selling it for $29.99 with a $10 rebate – just $19.99.

The deals are only good through 7/20.

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  • Glenn

    Personally, if you only want to edit Tivo files (and MPEG PS and TS files), I’d recommend VideoRedo, which is $49.99. It has automatic commercial detection, can do recoding of partial GOPs as needed without degrading most of the material (and therefore incredibly fast), etc. Also a very solid program developed by a really good guy who has very responsive tech support.

    Now, if all of the other stuff in Roxio is worth anything to you, obviously the deal you’re highlighting is better…