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Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs. Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and powerful scripting.
Sync Audio & Video Blur Filter Built-in Video Converter Chroma Key / Green Screen Integrated codecs Crop video Cutting Embed subtitles into video Frame by frame Watermark images Lossless Muxing Merge video files Photo effects Portable Supports H265 Codec Text on videos Unlimited music Video editing Video file conversion Visual Editing Add a feature
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Absolute amazing! Just cut out a section out of an mp4 file without re-encoding (no loss of quality!) - excellent stuff!
very simple good tool
The best free program I've used for cutting/splicing videos, and it can do it losslessly!
Easy basic editing features, which work quickly because it doesn't need to re encode. Lots of other useful tools and filters. Very powerful program without being bloated. On rare occasions bugs pop up, though.
best one track video editor. export audio from video or re-encode (render) it with the most common specs of up-to-date codecs. video editor for standard camera user needs <3
very good for simple editing such as changing the audio on your video, you may want to do that after cleaning up your audio.also, the resulting file is small in comparison with openshot for example.
I am using this to trim, cut or joining film clips without re-encoding. This is the only program I have found doing this.
For more advanced video editing I am using the open source program Shotcut.
Version 2.5.1 restores the filters feature set including the much lauded delogo.
Use it daily to edit stream recordings and mpeg-ts, and works well.
Sometimes with streams there are PTS errors, which are usually fixable with ffmpeg as a pre-processing.
Really like the fact its cross platform.
Would like them to bring back the GTK build so that it works better in DE on Linux - QT apps can be made to look similar, but its never as complete as native GTK.
Functionally it's fine, pretty easy to use? Unfortunately, after being asked to for like 6 years they still refuse to add support for VP8/VP9 export, which means you can't export as webm, i.e. the exact format I need 90% of the time.
unlike adobe Premiere pro (gold standard), this one just handles one video clip but is simple to understand
Its very easy to delete various parts of your clip
Good if you want some lightweight video editing especially for video games
Mostly true, but you can also combine multiple clips into one using the Append feature.
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
Fugly & buggy — but still the easiest, lightest and yet versatile video editor with GUI.
I tried this programme which came up on a Google search for a free alternative to Adobe Premiere Pro. However it is not an alternative, its range being essentially cut and paste.
The big problem became apparent only after I uninstalled Avidemux. I then became subject to error messages relating to the "SmartSound Quicktracks" plugin and I presume that the uninstall programme is the cause. The problem appears with all sorts of programmes - my genealogy programme, a directory printer etc., none of which have any use for "SmartSound Quicktracks" and all of which worked perfectly well beforehand. Interestingly, I use 2 operating systems, XP (32-bit) and XP Pro (64-bit) and it is with the 64-bit O.S. that the problem arises!
So, be careful!!