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AVS Video Editor

AVS Video Editor is a full-featured, Enables you to edit and enhance your videos and convert them to a variety of formats. You can import existing video clips or capture them directly from your DV recorder or other input device, and automatically split the video into scenes that allow you to cut parts from the movie or re-arrange the content.
You can add additional audio, transition effects, insert images, text overlays, and even video overlays to add special effects or annotations.


Product Name: AVS Video Editor
Version: 6.0.3.184
Size: 145.60 MB
OS: Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7* (no Mac OS/Linux support)
License: Shareware
Editor's Rating: 5-star rating

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Recording Voice

Recording Voice buttonIf you plan to add some commentaries to your movie, you can not only add text to it, but also record voice from microphone connected to your personal computer sound card.

Select the Voice Record button of the Menu Panes. The Recording Voice panel will become available to you:

Recording Voice panel

Here you can select the following parameters (switching among the tabs Source, Format, Options):

Audio Source

Recording Voice panel. Audio Source

  • Audio Device - the device that will be used for sound recording. Press the drop-down combo-box and select the necessary device from the list, if you have more than one input device installed on your computer.
  • Source - the input jack active on the device. The following input jacks might be available depending on your input device configuration:
    • Mono Mix - allows you to record the sound from a program player or a hardware tuner connected to your personal computer in mono mode;
    • Stereo Mix - allows you to record the sound from a program player or a hardware tuner connected to your personal computer in stereo mode;
    • SPDIF - allows you to record the sound from any external device connected to the digital input jack of your computer sound card;
    • Aux - allows you to record the sound from any external device connected to the Aux (auxiliary) input of your computer sound card;
    • CD Player - allows you to record the sound from a laser audio disc in you computer CD/DVD-ROM drive;
    • Line In - allows you to record the sound from any external device connected to the Line In input of your computer sound card;
    • Microphone - allows you to record the sound from a microphone connected to the Microphone input of your computer sound card;
    • Phone Line - allows you to record the sound from an external device connected to the Phone Line input of your computer sound card.

Recording Format

Recording Voice panel. Recording Format

  • Format - the codec used to record audio from the input device. You can select among MP3 (MPEG-1 Layer 3 codec will be used to encode your recorded audio), WMA (Windows Media Audio format) or PCM (an uncompressed format with a better quality but taking more disk space)
  • Frequency - the sampling frequency specified in hertz used to encode the audio.
  • Bitrate - the number of data points used to approximate the true wave form (kilobits per second) - the bigger the value the better the quality will be though the recorded file size will also be bigger.
  • Channels - the number of channels in the recorded audio (mono - one channel - or stereo - two channels).

Options

Recording Voice panel. Options

  • Mute Player - use this option to switch the sound of the main video off/on. This might be helpful when you record some audio and the preview player does not let you hear the recorded sound properly.
  • Delay Recording - use this option to delay the recording a certain period of time which can be selected either manually or entered into the appropriate field using the keyboard (hours:minutes:seconds).
  • Time Limit - use this option to restrict the recording time to certain time after which the recording will be stopped. You can change the value either manually or enter it into the appropriate field using the keyboard (hours:minutes:seconds).

Recording Voice panel. Start Recording button Recording Voice panel. Stop Recording button When all is ready, click the Start Recording button to begin the recording.

Note!Note: the recording will start right from the current cursor position at the Timeline. If you plan to record voice from a certain position in the video, please make sure that the current cursor position is correct.

Once pressed the Start Recording button will turn into Stop Recording to let you stop the recording whenever needed. The resulting recorded audio can be managed just like a common added audio soundtrack:

Recording Voice




AVS Video Editor Help Center


1.  Interface Program
* Top Menu
* Top Toolbar
* Menu Panes
* Files and Effects Area
* Preview Area
* Timeline/Storyboard Area
* Keyboard Shortcuts

2.  Working with Projects
* Starting a New Project
* Changing Settings
* Opening Existing Projects
* Saving Projects

3. Creating and Editing Videos
* Creating Video
  - Importing Multimedia Files
  - Capturing Video
  - Using Preview
  - Preprocessing Files :  Files Express Menu, Properties Windows, Trimming Video, Detecting and Deleting Scenes, Extracting Audio, Changing Aspect
  - Placing Imported Media Files to the Storyboard/Timeline
  - Managing Timeline/Storyboard
* Editing Video
  - Transitions :  Changing Transitions in Storyboard View, Changing Transitions in Timeline View
  - Video Effects :  Video Effects List and Description, Special Effects, Effect, Transform, Adding Multiple Effects
  - Text and Graphics :  Adding Text, Editing Window  (Working with Text Presets, Editing Text, Adding and Editing Graphics)
  - Video Overlay :  Adding Video Overlay, Editing Video Overlay
  - Audio :  Adding Audio Soundtrack, Recording Voice, Audio Effects
  - Color correction
  - Splitting Videos into Chapters
  - Using Trim and Multiple Trim Options   - Using Crop Scale
  - Taking Snapshots
  - Freeze Frame Option
  - Adjusting the Playback Speed

4. Saving Videos
* Supported Formats
* Saving to File : AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV
* Saving to Disc :  DVDs, Blu-ray, DivX/Xvid, Creating and Editing Video Menu, Burning discs
* Saving to Devices : Mobile Players, Game Consoles, Mobile Phones, Others
* Saving for Web : Flash, RM, MOV

5. F.A.Q

6. User Reviews of AVS Video Editor


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Supported Formats

 
Read: HD Video (inc. Blu-ray video, AVCHD, MPEG-2 HD and WMV HD), 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, TOD, MOD, MPG, DAT, VCD, SVCD, Real Video (RM, RMVB), ASF, ASX, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, DVR-MS, MKV, OGM, FLV, AMV, MTV, TS, M2TS, M2T, MTS, DPG, NSV, FLI, FLC, CDG, GVI, SVI, PPT, PPTX.

Write: HD Video (inc. Blu-ray video, AVCHD, MPEG-2 HD and WMV HD), AVI (DivX, Xvid, etc.), MP4 (inc. Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Archos), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), SWF, FLV, DVD, MPEG-1, 2, 4, MPG, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, Real Video (RM, RMVB).



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