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what are the diffrences

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so what is different from standard and express
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LeviFiction explained in another topic.
LeviFiction wrote:Okay, so PhotoMirage express does not let you save the file in CPM (Corel Photo Mirage) format. You can only export the result, so no ediitng, saving, and coming back later to pick up where you left off. The export option is limited to specific sizes and qualities. It has presets based on the service you intend to upload to: Facebook, Snapchat, Youtube, etc. The full version has a custom export option where you also get to pick the output type: MP4, WMV, or GIF.

Other than that, as far as I can tell, the tools are exactly the same between the two.
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I have the Express version and noted that exporting created a file at 25fps. I'm in NTSC land and want 29.97fps, or at least 30fps.

Does the full version allow different frame rates?

I think that I'll raise this with Corel.

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Here's the export dialog box from the full version. You can select from the drop-down but not manually input frame rate.
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Thanks for the screen shot. The Express version has no pop down for selecting the fps for export. We should have at least a choice of 25 and 30.

Express also has a fixed export duration of 6s. I guess that we can live with that.

Did Corel move to Europe or something?
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As far as I know they are still headquartered in Ottawa, Canada with a development team in Taiwan.
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Have the express version.
You can change "many" (all?) parameters of the "presets" directly in the ini-Files (in the program-Directory).
Have done this only for a different duration, maybe you can try to change the other parameters (keep a copy of the initial values) also.
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