VSDC Free Video Editor

VSDC Free Video Editor

VSDC Free Video Editor

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By Flash Integro (Freeware)

VSDC Free Video Editor - Free video software that allows you to edit video files and create videos of all types. It supports the most popular video/audio formats and codecs, including DVD, HD and GoPro videos. Preconfigured profiles make the creation of videos for various multimedia and mobile devices a snap.

The video editor offers a number of versatile features both for home and business use: text and audio overlay, an array of charts and diagrams as well as a slideshow maker.

Non-linear editing system. It means that video files and images do not necessarily have to follow a specific sequence – they can be in various places at any point of time. Besides, all objects can change their properties, shape and position in time.

Hardware acceleration, multi-color Chroma Key, adjustable parameters settings and enhanced resolution make VSDC a real time and effort saving tool allowing for creating large size HD videos in a few minutes instead of hours.

Title: VSDC Free Video Editor Filename: video_editor_x32.exe & video_editor_x64.exe File size: 38.59 MB & 44.14 MB Requirements: Windows Vista, 7, 8 and Windows 10 Languages: Multi Language License: Freeware Author: Flash Integro
  1. Free shape tool added with options to draw objects using linear and spline paths.
  2. Audio Equalizer added for working with Audio effects.
  3. New deinterlacing methods added: top, bottom, top linear, bottom linear, prioridad superior/inferior de fusiĆ³n, blending bottom priority. Old methods optimized.
  4. Audio mix option optimized.
  5. New minor options added:
    • Hotkeys - Ctrl+F12 to make a screenshot, Ctrl+R to rotate an object;
    • ‘Edit selected sprite’ option in the Wizard button;
    • Add movement in a loop, i.e. building a closed curve;
    • Set a cursor on the timeline (to indicate a certain frame or time).
  6. Bugs fixed:
    • WMV format files – image and sound loss in broken files;
    • Sound defects in multiple scenes;
    • Absence of any notice if a YouTube category is not supported;
    • Problems with dpi-aware support;
    • Wrong decoding of interlaced video.