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J in Chicago

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Free Video editor & Free Burn utility
« on: December 24, 2008, 04:37:35 AM »
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Version: 2.4.3
File Size: 12,253KB
Price: Free
Operating Systems: Windows Vista, XP, 2000

Avidemux fills a long-standing need. Every video editor I've tried to date absolutely insists on completely re-encoding your video even if all you did was cut or trim. Every single one--until Avidemux. If you're saving to the same type of video, it simply copies all the unedited material to a new file. It's straightforward and easy to use, assuming a fair knowledge of the process--for free you simply can't beat it.
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Version: 4.15
File Size: 379KB
Price: Free
Operating Systems: Windows Vista, XP, 2000, Me, NT, 9.x; Windows Server 2003

Express Burn Free is quite competent at burning data CDs, including audio, as well as data DVDs. I liked the Express Burn Free interface. It's not as fancy as some, but it's easy to intuit and use. You can't miss the huge "Burn" button in the lower right corner. Every disc job I tried with the program turned out fine.
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Re: Free Video editor & Free Burn utility
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2013, 01:41:23 PM »
Any know newer apps. I need to trim some VOB files.
Would also be nice to turn PowerPoint frames or slide show into a video file.
I have some movies I want to create credits or notes and add intermission video use stand alone and make VLC playlist to play them at right spots on playback.
This way I can reuse some parts already created to customize my media room. 
All and any comments or suggestions welcome.
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