How to Cut Videos Easily: Renewed Free Video Dub by DVDVideoSoft
NEW YORK, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Freeware developer DVDVideoSoft continues to renew and enrich the 40+ multimedia tools from Free Studio package. This time the video editing program, Free Video Dub, has been renovated to satisfy the most exigent users.
Free Video Dub is an easy-to-use video editing tool to cut videos which have been recorded by any camera. The most attractive innovation is functioning without re-encoding, so Free Video Dub preserves the input video quality. All a user has to do is to set a start and an end point for the unwanted part, delete it and press the button “Save video.” The edited video is saved as a new file.
This lossless video editing program supports a variety of input video formats: *.avi, *.mpg, *.mp4, *.mkv, *.flv, *.3gp, *.webm, *.wmv. Previously only MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 were supported; now you can cut MP4 videos with h.264 and MPEG4 codecs. The program edits videos without influencing its original quality.
The company’s representative Aline Terny: “We are happy to suggest Free Video Dub 2.0.5 to you. This program lets you delete unwanted parts from video files without re-encoding and that means that the program preserves original quality of the input video files. We ourselves like to use this program as it functions easily and fast. We’d like to share this tool with you.”
The updated Free Video Dub 2.0.5 as well as the whole set of DVDVideoSoft tools Free Studio 5.4.8 can be downloaded from the company’s website www.dvdvideosoft.com.
DVDVideoSoft (www.dvdvideosoft.com) is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing. DVDVideoSoft offers 47 multifunctional easy-to-use applications with step-by-step instructions on how to solve different multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and, if necessary, provides free comprehensive support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese languages. The daily rate of visitors to www.dvdvideosoft.com is constantly growing and today reaches 350,000.
SOURCE DVDVideoSoft Ltd