Although the main function of AVS Video Converter is to convert video files from one format to another, it also gives you a possibility to edit your input video files if needed.
Please refer to this section to learn more about the editing process. It includes the following information:
Working with timeline
Here you can read explanations on how to use Timeline to delete unwanted scenes from your video and set chapters. You need to add chapters while creating a menu for your DVD or Blu-ray disc or for splitting your input video file into two or more separate files.
In this chapter you can find description of each audio and video effect available within AVS Video Converter, as well as instructions on how to apply it.
Extracting audio from a video file
In some cases you might need to extract the audio track from your input video file and save it into one of the available audio formats as a common audio file. Here you can read some further information on how to do it.
Exporting frames from a video file
This chapter includes all the necessary instructions concerning exporting frames from your input video and saving them into one of the availabe image formats as a common image file.
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