AVS Video ReMaker allows you to edit your video files without re-encoding, but you will still need to save them to apply all the changes made.
After editing your video you will be able to save it to the computer hard disk. To do it click the Remake Now ! central button. The following window will be open:
In the Output section enter the file name and choose the folder to save your resulting video. Drop down the Folder combo box and select one of the available folders or choose the Browse option to select an appropriate directory or create a new one.
If you plan to save all the added video clips as separate files check the Save each clip to a new file box, if you plan to merge them into one leave this option unchecked.
In the Settings section you can set the video/audio output file format selecting it from the corresponding drop down list.
For interlaced video:
720х480, 29.970 fps
720х576, 25.000 fps
1920х1080, 25.000 fps or 29.970 fps
For progressive video:
1280х720 and 23.976 fps, 24.000 fps, 50.000 fps or 59.940 fps
1920х1080, 23.976 fps or 24.000 fps
When everything is ready click the Remake Now! button to start the video file processing. You will see the process progress on the progress bar in the lower part of this window. It will take some time depending on the file length and your computer configuration.
When overall progress reaches 100%, the following window will be opened:
If you choose the Burn to Disc... option, the program will burn the processed files onto an optical disc using the internal AVS Video ReMaker burning engine.
Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.
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