Ah well see, Asus makes the best bundle out there.
You want Video Editing so the Deluxe TI offers TvOut and Video-In and offers a ton of video editing utilities suite and should be perfect.
For 3d Games it offers 3d Glasses, so you will enjoy real 3d in Stereo. It boasts DVD programs that have time freeze and shift so you take control of the video or DVD.
Overall an excellent choice, and relatively inexpensive for such a bundle.
Asus ti200 only has 32 meg, comes with Solder of fortune.
Asus has a better Video editing package.
MSI comes with 64 meg and Rune. Both about 100.00 to 114.00
Video editing software here too.
I would stick to a manufacturer of motherboards myself. That leaves MSI and Asus. Both have fairly good packages.
(32 meg on the Asus means you would be running with little headroom in some of the newer games) not good
I really like that the MSI card can update the drivers while on-line. Some pretty smart features are in that card, MSI SafeBIOS™ (Two BIOS In One Chip), VIVO, and a cool red color too.
I think speedwise you will find them neck and neck.
Well they are both DDR, which does make a diff at 64 MB, but the real deal is in high res gameplay. At 1024*768 and over, you need that much to keep frame rates at a good rate, and the extra memory always helps when it is needing extra textures or to store any data. Higher memory insures that the card will continue functioning without them small stutters from time to time.