VideoMach

VideoMach



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convert images to video and vice versa VideoMach is an audio/video editor and converter, that allows you to build video clips from still images, add background music to your videos, extract audio tracks and pictures from movies, and to convert between media file formats. You can also change the compression, frame rate, color depth, audio format and resize your clips in various ways, including widescreen without deforming your content. In addition, you can enhance and correct your video clips with dozens of filters including sharpen, emboss, gamma correction, brightness, contrast, saturation and many others. Other features include conversion between PAL and NTSC, thumbnail creation and more. VideoMach supports many popular audio and video formats, including AVI, MPEG, WMV, HAV, FLC and others. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Product Details

Publisher Gromada.com (3) Price $19.95
Version 5.15.1  history Last updated Jul 20, 2015
File Size 6.76 Mb Requirements None

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Best converter for my needs 5 stars by atilla479 Aug 19, 2012
I needed to merge 47 short AVI clips so I can edit them in Adobe Premiere. Unfortunately Premiere cannot display more than 20 AVIs in the time-line, so I had to reduce their number. VideoMach had no problems with that. I merged all the clips into a single video and saved Lagarith encoded AVI. I used Lagarith because it's lossless (no loss of quality) and thus ideal for editing. Other programs that I tried didn't allow me to use that codec. They had DIVX, 3GP, MP4 and other popular formats, which decrease video quality, but I couldn't use my installed codecs. With VideoMach it worked like a charm. show Review details
Not bad at all 5 stars by penguin871 Jan 16, 2009
Captured gameplay footage with FRAPS. But FRAPS codec doesn't work on all computers. So I used VideoMach to convert it to normal AVI. Applied gamma and saturation. Video looks really cool. show Review details
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