video tools


GUI For DVDauthor – added 9/9/2005

GFD was written primarily to get captured television broadcasts comfortably into a DVD conform format. Naturally you can use the program also for MPG videos of other origins, however no typical functions for copying DVDs (e.g. ripp, transcode…) are contained. GFD features: PAL + NTSC, 4:3 + 16:9, SingleVTS and MultiVTS, Elementary and Multiplexed Videostreams (mpv, m2v, m1v, mp2, ac3, dts, mpg, vob), preview, Chaptereditor, Subtitlemenus and much more.


Sherlock – added 8/23/2005

Audio and Video playback problems can often be caused by NOT having the correct codec installed on your computer, or even the wrong version installed, and this is the purpose of Sherlock: for troubleshooting audio and video playback problems.


CombiMovie – added 8/8/2005

CombiMovie can combine two or more mpg/mpeg files into a single continuous mpg file. It works very fast, almost as fast as copying the files itself! Suitable for digital camera or internet movies.


AviSplit Classic – added 8/7/2005

AviSplit is an application for cutting and rejoining AVI/DivX files. Avisplit can split a large AVI file into more convenient pieces (you set the size), rejoin those pieces or extract a clip with a specified starting and ending point. Whether pieces or a clip, Avisplit output can be viewed in any standard player, and when the pieces are recombined, the result is exactly the same as the original. Whether splitting, rejoining or clipping, AviSplit is very fast as no data processing is involved (lossless). Generally, using Avisplit is about as fast as copying the file itself!

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