AVS Video ReMaker

AVS Video ReMaker 4.2

Versatile audio conversion/editing tool with support for most popular formats
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AVS Video ReMaker transforms your loose video files into pro-like DVDs and Blu-ray discs complete with menus and transitions. The program supports all the most widely used video codecs, and can help you transferring videos from your camcorder to DVD or Blu-ray discs that any standard desktop player can play back for you.

Actually, you can add videos to your AVS project from three different sources – your hard drives, your video cameras, or by capturing any activity on your desktop and saving it as a standard video file. You can mix any of these sources into the same project, and organize the selected files easily and efficiently using the program’s timeline. AVS Video ReMaker allows for some editing, namely trimming and splitting your source files.

Before moving into the DVD/Blu-ray creation part, you may want to chapter your source files for more convenient disc navigation, as well as add pro-looking transition effects for a more seamless viewing. Once you are happy with the looks of your videos, you can add a nice-looking menu that helps you identify and access the various clips easily. The programs also offers an oversized built-in video player, which will help you preview any changes applied during the editing process as well as the resulting video.

The entire editing and disc creation processes are both simple, intuitive and yield high-quality results, thus making AVS Video ReMaker a tool that one could recommend to both beginners and more demanding users.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports all well-known video codecs.
  • Includes some interesting extra tools, like AVS Screen Capture, AVS Video Recorder, and AVS Video Burner.
  • Excellent choice of templates and transitions.
  • Timeline support.
  • Allows you to edit your source videos.
  • Nice, oversized built-in video player

Cons

  • All the files you add to the conversion/editing list need to follow the same codec
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