Online Media Technologies Ltd., the owner of avsmedia.com project, has announced the release of AVS Video Editor update, a PC application for advanced video and audio mastering. The new version offers a new approach to home video making and puts video editing within easy control of computer beginners as well as experienced users.
AVS Video Editor 3.3 features a new, more intuitive user interface and slick design to provide more ease, convenience, and speed when working with video projects and slideshows. Now every step is explained through detailed tip. There is also an appropriate button for every operation with video.
The update includes iPod Uploader utility that allows to upload the created video collections directly to iPod that's a fine addition to already supported Sony PSP, Archos DVR, mobiles and other portables for instant transference of video projects. AVS Capture Wizard, the program's capture utility, has also undergone noticeable changes. Now it captures video directly to DVD from various in-put devices including DVB-S, DVB-T digital broadcasts or paid satellite channels. AVS Video Editor 3.3 adds full H.264 support to the list of all available input and output formats (MPEG1, 2, 4, MP4, AVI (DviX, Xvid), 3GP, MOV, RM, WMV, SWF, DVD, VOB, VRO, DAT, VCD, SVCD). Due to this innovation the program ensures video exporting and uploading to iPod, Sony PSP, or other handhelds, quality-lossless.
AVS Video Editor 3.3 runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003 for a single-user license and costs $49.95(US). Now there is a special product price of $39.95(US) available. The only limitation of the trial version is a watermark logo that is put on output files.