VideoReDo provides a fresh approach to editing MPEG video in a quick, easy and reliable way. Because of this fresh approach, VideoRedo quickly became a leader of frame-accurate, native-stream video editing software and since it’s introduction in early 2004 has garnered hundreds of thousands of customers.
This article provides a brief overview of VideoReDo features. Looking for the in-depth VideoReDo review with step-by-step tutorials? Check out VideoReDo In-Depth.
Here are some of the highlights of VideoReDo:
- VideoReDo is a native MPEG editor that can even work directly with TiVo files. Working directly with the MPEG streams without massive amounts of decoding and recoding, users can perform fast editing, file processing and lossless quality retention resulting in saved files that have the same audio and video quality as the original source files.
- Since DVR users want to quickly edit longer videos (1/2 hour up to 3-hour TV programs for example), VideoReDo’s navigation tools, controls and workflow allow for fast scrubbing of the video while quickly being able to drill down to a single frame cut point.
- The Ad-Detective feature allows for automatic or computer-assisted commercial detection and removal. Ad-Detective can even be run interactively or in batch according to the user’s desired workflow.
- Finally, VideoReDo’s Quick-Sync feature automatically detects and corrects synchronization problems caused by common over-the-air transmission and reception issues. Based upon the user’s preferences it can insert or remove frames to that audio/video synchronization is never lost. This is useful for those who burn DVDs from their recorded material or convert from MPEG2 to other formats and devices like a portable media player.
So, whether you create digital video by capturing TV programs, convert analog (VHS) tapes, or extract chapters from home recorded DVDs, VideoReDo can make fast work of trimming, cutting, and/or joining your MPEG compressed digital images.
VideoReDo smart rendering technology supports MPEG1 editing (including VCD), MPEG2 and Windows Media Center (MCE) editing , including DVD & SVCD editing, Set Top Boxes like TiVo (with TiVo To Go) and the Siemens M740V, as well as High Definition editing (HD) program stream and transport stream editing.