AVS Video ReMaker

AVS Video ReMaker 6.0

Perform basic video editing operations without re-encoding
4.3  (34 votes)
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AVS Video ReMaker can help you perform some basic video editing operations. Thus, this tool comes in very handy mostly when you need to create a new clip out of footage recorded from a video camera or your computer screen. Moreover, it supports importing a wide range of video formats, including those in high-resolution. However, it does not come with all the necessary codecs so it may ask you to download them separately.

In my opinion, the best advantage of this editor is that it does not perform any type of re-encoding so the results of your work are almost instantaneous. However, it is a pity that this becomes its great limitation as well because this means that all the clips you import need to have exactly the same format. Likewise, it is impossible to set an output format different from that of the source files, which makes this application inappropriate for conversion.

The application has a very nice interface that helps the user carry otherwise difficult procedures without much effort. The usual workflow consists of importing the files and placing them in the desired order. For this purpose, there is even a timeline, which also allows you to divide the film into chapters. I especially liked the possibility of extracting various segments from the same source clip. Moreover, you can add transitions between the different scenes. As an additional feature, the program lets you create DVD discs.

All in all, AVS Video ReMaker certainly deserves a try. Fortunately, it is shareware, but I have to alert you that its limited version can only process the first minute of your video only.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Almost instantaneous processing
  • Supports multiple formats, including high-definition
  • Timeline
  • Multiple trimming
  • Division into chapters
  • Burns DVD discs
  • Records from camera and screen

Cons

  • Some codecs need to be downloaded separately
  • All clips imported in the same format
  • No format conversion
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