- Product : Video Editor
- License : Free Trial;
- Price :$39
- OS Supported : Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7
- Size : 56.2 MB
- Date Added : 2009-04-27
- Support : +7 8314370140; firstname.lastname@example.org
This version is for All windows user only, if you are mac user, please use this Video Editor for Mac
Elena Santos about AVS Video Editor
Video editing sounds like a complicated task, but the level of difficulty depends a lot on the program you choose to edit your videos.
AVS Video Editor makes video editing easier than it may seem at first sight. It may not be as feature rich as other more professional video editors, but it works perfectly fine to create home-made multimedia compositions about your last holiday trip or the baby's first birthday.
The program features a nicely designed interface that's a pleasure to use. It follows the classic editor layout, with different areas dedicated to media library, timeline and preview window. Plus AVS Video Editor includes loads of transition effects, video effects, and text and video overlays that will help you easily spice your video up.
The whole creative process is covered by AVS Video Editor, from capturing video from a wide variety of external sources, to finally saving your creation in different formats depending on your target platform: computer file, burned disc, multimedia device or web page.
BrianZachary about AVS Video Editor
Just a warning to everyone before downloading to let you know this program is BETA. Although, I don’t mind beta testing some programs sometimes, I would have liked to have a choice before installing this program, or at least a warning.
Also, I know people are going to complain because they can’t get the program to register. When you open the program and select Register in the Help menu, it just opens a webpage to their site. You have to select Activate in the Help menu to enter the code given in the readme and the activation window after installing. That’s when you see Beta at the top.
I don’t have time right now to try the program out, so I can’t give a review for it. I can tell you that after installing, the program puts 2 icons on the desktop, not just one. I’ve learned that usually any “extra” icons a program puts on the desktop other than the main program are usually advertisements or links to the publisher’s site, which seems to be the case with this program. I don’t have time to go into too much detail about it, so you will have to check it out for yourself.
I hope this review helps. Have fun.
Funkster about AVS Video Editor
AVS-software has a good reputation. It is a quite complete video editing tool though there are comercially more feature rich applications. This one is free today and very nice too but not unique if somebody was expecting something like that. Still a Beta though, be aware of that.
The transitions are nice and quite a few but sometimes a bit shivery, but I guess you can adjust that.
The S/N provided (GAotD-site) will work on the download from the AVS-site to (so you have to download twice if you want that). In that case there is no installation restriction.
It has more features than the one in windows. If you like to do something with movies you recorded youself try this one by all means, it’s nice and decent, but keep in mind the beta status could surprise you at some point.
mjdemontigny about AVS Video Editor
The software installed and activated with no problem. When I tried to open the sample, it gave the following error message:
AVSVideoEditor unable to locate component. This application has failed to start because pthreadGC2.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.
A few seconds later it found pthreadGC2.dll.
The 44.4 MB does not include a real help file. The software informs that you have a choice of either a download help file or help on the web. I chose the download. The info given was the help file was 31.5 MB, but it turned out to be 16 MB.
The downloaded help file is well written and searches within it are well done.
I tried editing some footage I took this summer. Editing worked well.
I’m very please with AVS Video Editor.
shegeek72 about AVS Video Editor
Nice program. I have the trial version and was going to register it and now I’m glad I didn’t! Although AVS has a large video and audio software portfolio and registering on their website gives you download credentials for everything. Note: when registering, click on ‘activation,’ not ‘registration’ in the Help menu. Clicking on ‘registration’ will take you to their website asking for a registration fee.
Joern Nielsen about AVS Video Editor
This one is rather nice ;)
It has 51 effects (incl. deinterlace), 145 transitions, 45 text (effects) and via right click multiple video and audio overlays.
DVD menus are rather basic but easy to administer.
It’s fast, easy to get a grip on, and the mere fact that it supports mpeg-output makes it a better choice than Movie Maker.
For those with new camcorders: It doesn’t support m2ts and the likes.
Great job GOTD.
Go for it! ;)
Nukkels about AVS Video Editor
I’ve always liked the AVS software; I have the AVS DVD Player installed currently.
The information given in the description could be much more descriptive (and the same goes for all giveaways); “trimming” could mean trimming on the time line or actually cropping the video – a feature that is rarely seen but is widely wanted.
By the way the features are presented, this program seems to do the same as Windows Movie Maker, but since this isn’t free software I’m assuming that this does a lot more than just arrange video clips and pictures in the right order with a few title screens and song playing throughout.
So all in all, at first glance this seems to be an excellent program.
After downloading, I discovered that the interface is in fact very similar to that of Windows Movie Maker (easy to use), but with more features yet less clutter.
Registration was also easy, I just copied and pasted the included code into the dialogue box that appeared after clicking “Activate” from the “Help” drop down menu.
So: thumbs up from me!
Mike about AVS Video Editor
Besides the various sharware sites, there are 3 ways to download AVS Video Editor: GOTD, the trial Beta, and from avsmedia.com, an older, full version that’s about twice the download size – they also have a help file download available as chm or pdf. The program itself is a bit of an unknown in on-line video circles, though I did find one recommendation from a non-shareware site I sort of trust, and it’s supposed to do simpler DVDs. If you search for info online, be careful you don’t get confused by the many apps with AVS in their title – avs is the script file format for the unrelated AviSynth.
On the downside, AVS Video Editor includes quite a few video/audio codec & related files that are Very out of date, & *might* cause conflicts with what you’ve already got installed… Probably the biggest problem working with or even just playing video in Windows is simply having too much software installed for the same tasks – often there are problems from conflicts and mixed up priorities [which files Windows is supposed to prefer & use]. I’d strongly suggest checking out the developers’ site, maybe reading the help files, and if you think you’ll like this app, backing up your system before install, just in case.
As far as usability goes, AVS Video Editor looks & works like many other, entry level video editors, favoring the story line over the time line, if that matters to you. For alternatives, there are several, similarly entry level commercial programs available, some at greatly reduced pricing on software surplus sites – I’ve seen some on sale for less than a dollar. The free Debugmode Wax has some loyal fans, and you can find other free & share-ware in the Tools Section at Videohelp.com. Loads of people use Adobe’s Premiere Elements (often there are bundled deals including Photoshop Elements), though I prefer the Sony Creative Software line personally (sometimes available very cheap after rebates at sites like Frys).
AVS Video Editor helps you create Hollywood-like home videos with little prior computer video experience. Creating great video productions is now a hassle-free task with AVS Video Editor even for beginners. Supports virtually all video formats.
This version is for All windows os only, if you are mac user, please use this Video Editor for Mac
The free evaluation version of AVS Video Editor has no time outs or feature limits. The video editing software is fully functional and only shows a text message on the output video so you'll get a great idea of how to use all of its features.
Edit Video Truly Easily
Create your videos in an easiest way. AVS Video Editor is first of all intended for those who are new to video editing. No special video editing skills required.
Make Video Exciting
Choose between 300 innovative video effects and transitions. Apply text and credits to video. Experiment with picture-in-picture or chroma-key effects.
Easy and clear navigation for use of video effects. Use an advanced timeline or a story-board for accurate editing.
Edit videos from HD-cameras quickly and easily. All key formats are supported: HD Video (inc. AVCHD, MPEG-2 HD and WMV HD), TOD, MOD, M2TS.
Insert one or more audio tracks in your media file, mix or trim audio clips. Record your voice or live music. Combine audio tracks with video.
Split video into scenes and delete unnecessary ones.
Work Smart with Overlay
Use ready presets of dynamic overlay effect. Various trajectories available. Build custom trajectories for your needs.
Manage Various Video Formats
Edit videos of practically all formats. Save projects to AVI (DivX, Xvid, etc.), MP4 (inc. Sony PSP and Apple iPod), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV), DVD, VOB, VRO, MPEG-1, 2, 4, MPG, DAT, MJPEG, Real Video (RM, RMV).
Burn Movie DVDs
Burn your video collections onto a CD-R/RW, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, DVD-RAM, Double/Dual Layer. Burn DivX/Xvid discs.
Apply DVD menus
Use ready individual menu styles for every occasion and taste.
Output to Various Sources
Save video project for PC, DVD, DivX/Xvid discs, mobile device, Web. The software automatically selects the most appropriate output format.
Create Slide Shows
Organize still pictures in a digital slide show. Apply transitions, insert audio tracks, save as a video file on PC or burn a DVD disc.
Watch Videos on Mobiles
Upload your collections to PSP, iPod, Archos, Creative Zen Vision, mobile phones, portable DVD players.
AVS Video Editor interface and tech-support are available in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Minimum System Requirements
Processor: Intel / AMD compatible at 2500 MHz or higher
RAM: 1 GB or higher
Sound: Windows compatible sound card
Display: 32-bit color depth
CD recorder: for importing from CD
DVD recorder: for importing from DVD and creating Video DVD
Video capture device: required for capturing
DirectX: Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or later
Administrative permissions for program installation and registration
Internet connection to register
* Windows Vista Recommended System Requirements
Processor: Intel / AMD compatible at 3 GHz single core/1.8 GHz dual core
RAM: 1.5 GB or higher
Video: Windows Vista compatible video card
Sound: Windows Vista compatible sound card
Read: AVI (DivX, Xvid, etc.), DV AVI, MP4 (inc. Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Archos), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), DVD, VOB, VRO, MPEG-1, 2, 4, MOD, MPG, DAT, VCD, SVCD, ASF, ASX, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, DVR-MS, MKV, OGM, FLV.
Write: AVI (DivX, Xvid, etc.), MP4 (inc. Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Archos), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), DVD, MPEG-1, 2, 4, MPG, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, Real Video (RM, RMVB).
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