Re: CUseeme: Are there any .avi editors?

Alex Watson (alex@pathfinders.com)
Wed, 24 Apr 1996 10:35:13 -0500 (CDT)


VidEdit, even though it comes with VFW, works fine by itself! It allows
you to cut, and paste frames into .avi files.

If you want to add soundtracks, then DVP is pretty good (Digital Video
Producer by Asymetrix) and it has transitions in case you want to splice
2 .avi's together. BUt you need major memory to work with a good size video.

You might want to check intel's web site for a utility to convert .AVI to
QuickTime, which I heard is better than .AVI. (Microsoft is working on
"ActiveMovie" to move away from the doggity .AVI format.)

alex

> I've seen people ask for some on this list, but haven't seen any responses?
> I've been wondering if there are any? if not available through the net, what
> might I be able to find in the store?
> Thanx
> TC
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