Frame accurate edit your MPEG videos 10x faster without loosing quality. Solve MPEG video sync issues quickly and reliably. Thousands of users love VideoReDo because they can easily edit TV Commercials from their MPEG1 and MPEG2 captured shows.
Description: Frame accurate edit your MPEG videos 10x faster without loosing quality. Solve MPEG video sync issues quickly and reliably. If you are using any MPEG videos (MPEG1, MPEG2, and High Definition) on your PC, VideoReDo is the quickest way to easily edit your favorite videos. Perfect for quickly cutting and joining your videos and corrects the effects of dropped frames when burning DVDs from TV, noisy video tapes and other synchronization problems.
Thousands of users love VideoReDo because they can easily edit TV Commercials from their Home Theater PC Captured shows.
Unique scrubbing and navigation tools are customizable to suit your own style of video editing with a wide variety of course-grained and fine-grained editing tools. A full compliment of logical keyboard commands permit editing by those who prefer keyboard control or want to edit via their home-theater remote control. Customizable mouse wheel support makes for simple frame by frame jogging. VideoRedo - QuickEdit has a unique manual and automatic re-sync capability that can re-synchronize the audio and video of your source program streams and a GOP Reducer was just added that will reduce the size of a GOP to be DVD compatible.
VideoReDo QuickEdit now supports MPEG1 (including VCD), MPEG2 (including SVCD), and High Definition (HD) program streams.
VideoReDo TVSuite 3.1 VideoReDo TVSuite delivers a simple and fast way to edit and create customized DVD's of your favorite TV shows, movies, and sports. VideoReDo TVSuite gives you an easy way of
VideoReDo Plus 2.1.0. Frame accurate edit your MPEG videos faster without loosing quality. Solve MPEG video sync issues quickly and reliably, Edit DVDs and automatically edit out TV Commercials. Frame
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