Sometimes we look on the software and say «Its a good program». Sometimes we say «its a great program», or «its a useful program» or «Its my favorite one». But it is a very rare case in which we say only «wow!» With AVIedit you have this opportunity.
Judge it for yourself: a video capturing and editing utility of less than 700 kb size is already amazing. But AVIedit, besides its small size, has such a great number of possibilities that not every professional multi-megabyte (and multi-thousand-dollars) suite has.
AVIedit provides a number of ways to capture video, (from one-frame-per-minute webcams to professional ones). It can also import a series of images from BMP, JPEG, and PNG formats or from a scanner (TWAIN source), as well as MPEG video, animated GIFs, and finally, MP3 sounds.
With the captured video you can do whatever you imagine. Framerate, duration, frame size, and color depth of your videos can all be changed. You can make some colors transparent and use layers of video and synchronize sound with articulation. AVIedit allows you to change the order of frames, de-noise video and add dozens of customizable effects. You can even create your own unique effects. Any necessary Adobe PhotoshopR plug-ins can be applied to AVIedit.
Finally, many interesting things can be made with the resulting video. For example, an extra video, such as authorship and copyrights, can be embedded into a file. The video can be divided into several pieces, sent by e-mail, or published on your website.
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