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Comment by rigorous
about Avidemux · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful

Version 2.5.1 restores the filters feature set including the much lauded delogo.

must have

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Comment by brandonc
about Avidemux · Jun 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

parsed my large video file and allowed me to straight forwardly cut a clip from it and export almost instantly into a different file format

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Comment by michaelangelo1980
about Avidemux · Jun 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

As I really love music on my piano lesson then this is cool and interesting.

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Comment by koiyu
about Avidemux · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Fugly & buggy — but still the easiest, lightest and yet versatile video editor with GUI.

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Problems with Avidemux

Comment by egadgetguy
about Avidemux · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

The problems I have with Avidemux are:

  1. it doesn't support WMV or VC1
  2. it won't import my DVD files. [I have a DVD-R that I recorded so it's not locked or anything.]
  3. there's no real timeline editor thaT I can see which means that overlays and voiceovers are out...?
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Comment by JonM33
about Avidemux · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful -1 Helpful

Note that no program supports WMV because that is Microsoft proprietary. You can only use Windows Media Encoder with that.

Other than pointing that out, this program is great for editing the files that it is listed to support. If you can't read that list and don't understand, then perhaps you should move on to a different program. It is multi-platform as well. I use it on Windows 7 and Linux Mint without a problem.

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