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VideoReDo is the perfect tool to edit your MPEG1/MPEG2 files. Whether you create digital video by capturing off-the-air programs, convert analog (VHS) tapes, HDTV, DigitalTV, DVB, TivO, ReplayTV, DVR-MS/WTV or extract chapters from DVDs, VideoReDo makes fast work of trimming, cutting, and/or joining your MPEG compressed digital images. Repair/fix MPEG streams. Convert to DVR-MS, WTV. Videoredo TVSuite/H264($100) can also author DVDs. Version 5 TVSuite/H264 supports H264/AVC/MTS/M2TS/-AVCHD/MP4/MKV editing.

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TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-05-21)
[Change] Output: Frame rate converter didn't work with joiner or DVD output if there was a mix of frame rates.
[Change] Private: Enable debugging by going to capture frame, changing the file name to "debugging", and then shift+Cancel.
[Fix] WMV: Saving to WMV will crash if source isn't MPEG2 or H264 and no audio recode or video cropping being performed.
[Fix] Captioning: When recoding from MPEG2 to progressive H.264, NTSC captions repeat frame flags will cause caption corruption.
[Fix] MKV output: MKV output could fail with ffMpeg write packet error if a DVB subtitle stream had an invalid PTS.
[Enhancement] Audio: (VRDPro) Add SMPTE-302M and Dolby E pass through support for H.264
[Fix] H.264: (VRDPro) Smart editor could trigger a crash in x264 4:2:2 encoder.
[Fix] Audio output: (VRDPro) Problems setting peak db on advanced profile dialog.
[Fix] Audio output: (VRDPro) when recoding to SMPTE-302M, volume was being raised by 6 db.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-05-14)
[Change] Audio mixing: (VRDPro) create pseudo AES channel Ids for non-SMPTE streams so we can use the same stereo profiles.
[Fix] Batch: Yellow exclamation Icon not properly showing errors in Batch output list.
[Fix] GUI: Frame capture not working properly on 4K material. Cuts off image if image width is > 2048 pixels.
[Fix] H.264: QSF could stall or crash if time stamp wrapped by more than 4 seconds.
[Fix] H.264: PTS calculation routine was looking at the max_pic_order_cnt_lsb for the next GOP rather than the current GOP.
[Fix] Captioning: When recoding from MPEG2 to H.264, NTSC captions could cause application crash if converting from 1080 to 720.
[Fix] Output: WMV/VC-1 output didn't work
[Fix] Output: (VRDPro) Crop and border bottom doesn't work if both values are the same.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-04-26)
[Fix] Audio output: (VRDPro) When advanced mixing from 5.1 source to PCM, LFE channel not being correctly counted as a source channel.
[Fix] Captioning: When recoding from MPEG2 to H.264, NTSC captions may be corrupted if any source frames have a repeat field flag.
[Fix] DVD authoring: Slow recoding, sync errors, and possible TOD if source is 720p with repeat frame flags.
[Fix] ES Muxing: ES muxing could pick up AAC audio as MPEG1 Layer 2 causing sync errors and dropped frames.
[Fix] ES Muxing: If output is .TS and one of the audio streams is PCM says audio recode (OK). Remove PCM stream, still says recode.
[Fix] ES Muxing: Improve ES muxing when output is TS and mux rate is automatic.
[Fix] H.264: Adding a title and doing a smart edit save would cause a crash. (broke in 727).
[Fix] H.264: Creating mono HE-AAC silent frames had wrong frame duration. Will now create frame as stereo HE-AAC.
[Fix] H.264: Save might drop last frame if audio is AAC and there are an odd number of audio frames being output.
[Fix] H.264: Save will drop frame if last frame of file is a single frame GOP that starts with IDR with POC_LSB = 0.
[Fix] Output: Audio normalization didn't work when downmixing output.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-04-02)
[Enhancement] Captioning: (VRDPro) Added option to display 16x9 with a maximum 42 columns rather than the default 32 column maximum.
[Enhancement] Captioning: Display and save existing MP4/MOV "tx3g" captions.
[Enhancement] GUI: Add a "don't show again" to the Queue To Batch confirm pop-up.
[Enhancement] H.264: Shift+Tools>Options 55. Allow UHD 4096 output. Allows Ultra HD output, must select SAS or type in dimension.
[Change] GUI: (VRDPro) Tools>Options>Stream parameters "Include initial closed GOP B frames" defaults to enabled (checked) for new installs
[Change] GUI: Move the the "Encoder quality" from Tools>Options>Stream to Output profile: Advanced: Intelligent Recode Options
[Change] GUI: Shift+Tools>Options: "Include initial closed GOP B frames" has been moved to Tools>Options>Stream parameters
[Change] MPEG2: (VRDPro) Support for reading and reporting AFD code in MXF SMPTE-436M ANC packets.
[Fix] Batch: Disable the "Problem while seeking" message if running from batch.
[Fix] DVD authoring: Aspect ratio could be wrong when cropping set in DVD dialog
[Fix] GUI: (VRDPro) AFD code was being displayed on Tools>Show Program Info in non-Pro version.
[Fix] GUI: If preferred audio set to MPEG1 Layer 2 and file only has AC3 it won't find the audio.
[Fix] GUI: Video display problem if encoding height was not a multiple of 4, and YUV acceleration is disabled.
[Fix] H.264: Smart editing could hang if doing audio normalization and IDR frame isn't found at start of first cut.
[Fix] TiVo: Changed the Tivo filter to use a different read mode so that it won't stall in batch.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-03-06)
[Fix] Beta: H.264 Smartediting could fail if no IDR frames found. Broke in 725f.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-03-05)
[Enhancement] DVD: Add DVD video option to select the Intel QS encoder.
[Enhancement] GUI: On Tools>Edit>Profile page add a checkbox which will set whether to use the consumer or grid as default. (VRDPro).
[Enhancement] MKV: Enabled support for DVB subtitles in MKV
[Change] MPEG2: In rare cases an AC3 streams would not be found even when present.
[Change] Output: Removed H264Encoder.dll from installation setup/install. Functions consolidated in other files.
[Change] Profile: Change default profiles to default to 4K.
[Fix] Batch: output folder does not stick in batch
[Fix] DVD authoring will crash when enabling QuickSync and re-encoding with mulitple titles.
[Fix] Files with "&" fail when processing through Batch Manager
[Fix] GUI: "Add files to batch queue" could fail the first time it's used as the default remembered folder name is blank.
[Fix] GUI: Double clicking on the time code control would always copy the time code to the clipboard overwriting what was there.
[Fix] GUI: Old style file dialogs not working in QSF and ES muxer. Old style dialogs enabled via: shift+T>O # 46 (false).
[Fix] H.264: 608 and 708 caption display could be incorrect if SEI captions were stored by field rather than by frame.
[Fix] Joiner: When auto restoring after crash, saving the restored joiner with H.264 throws an error, "Compressed stream not found"
[Fix] MPEG2: VRD will crash in preview if a secondary audio frame isn't found (broke in 724).
[Fix] Output: It's possible to save to an MP4 with the same name as the source triggering a problem with the MOOV atom rename.
[Fix] Profiles: Some of the "advanced H.264 stream options" in the profile editor were not being honored, e.g. RemoveFiller NALs.
[Fix] QSF: Failing when clock is reset near beginning of the file.
[Fix] QSF: Triggering a QSF with filters from the "Dimension Changed" message box, the "filter" checkbox in QSF dialog isn't checked.
[Fix] QSF: When filtering by dimensions changes frame rates, the output frame rate is set to first frame rate in the file.
[Fix] Queue to batch from QuickStream Fix will stall when source and output names are the same
[Fix] Saving: Save as audio only .m4a not working.
[Fix] Subtitle display: VRD could crash if user tries to display teletext subs which follow DVB subs in the in the view subtitle menu.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-02-14)
[Change] H.264: Process DVB subtitles recorded from ARTEHD which have incorrect timestamps.
[Change] GUI: Updated Spanish translation.
[Change] MPEG2: Remove limit for maximum PTS discontinuity checks.
[Fix] H.264: QSF will drop last frame of file if the last encoded frame is the last displayed frame. Normal save is OK.
[Fix] GUI: (VRDPro) Pro version is checking consumer version numbers rather than Pro releases.
[Fix] Batch: Batch wouldn't launch a second time if previously minimized to the system tray and closed.
[Fix] Profiles: Editing a profile will crash VRD if running Vista or user selected "audio only" and codec wasn't set to "automatic"
[Fix] MP4 muxing: When doing MOOV atom renaming, some unicode characters can cause logging error and put logging into loop.
[Fix] GUI: Remove incorrect URL reference (404) in tip of the day to our support page. Replaced with Quick Sync tip.
[Fix] Output profile: Crash when changing some H.264 encoding options.
[Fix] GUI: Don't show Tools>Options>Quick Sync options page when running XP or Vista. Prevents crash in Vista.
[Fix] GUI: Issues with Windows DPI scaling. Improved font readability at high DPI settings.

VSuite V5 - (Released 2015-01-23)
[Fix] Resizer: New multi-threaded resizer would crash if cropping top or bottom of source video.
[Fix] Output: When converting 1080i to 720p, captions were being doubled up.
[Fix] Profile: H.264 encoder being set to CBR when source file is also CBR, regardless of bit rate settings,
[Fix] Batch: Starting batch as minimized wasn't working.
[Fix] Elementary stream output: Audio file names could have wrong extension when primary audio stream wasn't the first stream in file.
[Fix] DVD: Audio needs to be forced to 48Khz.
[Fix] Output: Frame rate changer wasn't honoring MPEG2 3:2 telecine flags.
[Fix] H.264 output: Converting progressive DVD with 3:2 telecine to 1080p with software encoder created chroma artifacts.

TVSuite V5 - (Released 2015-01-10)
[Enhancement] Profile: Frame rate change enabled.
[Enhancement] Output: Resizer, improved performance of the resizer enabled via shift+T>O> # 36 "Number of threads" to value >=2
[Enhancement] Video output: Performance enhancements to the smart de-interlacer improves out...

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Alternative to VideoReDo:
Smart Cutter Ps/Ts
TMPGEnc MPEG Smart Renderer
Transport Stream Packet Editor

Guides and How to's:
Removing commercials in MPEG with VideoReDo - Read
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Acronyms / Also Known As:
Videoredo, videoredo plus,videoredoplus,VRD, videoredo tvsuite, videoredo tv suite, VideoRedo TVSuite H264


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I've had VideoRedo for a few months now and it's easily the one of the best video tools I have. Extremely dependable and easy to use. It's an integral part of my video editing process. If you need to edit mpeg or vob files or adjust their audio sync, don't hesitate. Get VideoRedo!

Posted April 21, 2006 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

I was searching for an VOB file cutter to remove some bad capture from the beginning of a VOB file.

This utility turned up and it worked perfectly. No frills just quick edits and joins.

Fabulous utility for your video toolbox.

Posted February 28, 2006 by . Tool version 2.21 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

Fast and accurate mpeg cutting especially useful for cutting commercials. The commercial finding feature, 'Add Detective', does a very good job. GUI is easy to learn and very functional.

Customer support rocks!

Posted February 02, 2006 by . Tool version 2.2.1-446 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

Hi all,

Itz worth buying this software. I bought sony DVD Handycam as i had booked a vacation to Orlando-Florida. U all know the bulk videos taken in Florida...As i'd to edit those videos and send it to India, I badly needed an editing software. I got Redo! It was EASY TO LEARN, EASY TO USE and VERY HANDY.

Itz worth buying...


Posted February 02, 2006 by . Tool version 2 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 8 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

A very nice piece of kit! This will fix stream errors in files like what is produced by the Liteon 5001 and other inexpensive DVD recorders when you try to rip the discs. Those files can't be processed even by the mighty Womble Mpeg Video Wizard. Videoredo will let you know though that you can save a restreamed copy of the file as an Mpeg. It took under 10 minutes to do this with my PIII 1GHz. That file is now compatible with all my other software including the authoring software TMPGEnc DVD Author and Womble Mpeg Video Wizard. Well done!

Posted November 22, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10

This is an excellent tool. I bought it for just one reason: to fix mpg files that cause problems in other editors like Womble. When I would have a problem, I would get A/V sync problems. But using the "QuickStream Fix" utility seems to fix these problems. I still use other editors for most of my editing because this tool lacks some of the more fancier features. But if you are looking for a tool which has frame accurate cutting, this is the tool for you. Their support is also very good.
Someone mentioned that they did not think it support AC-3 audio, but I happen to know it does because I have used it on mpeg's from commercial DVDs which almost always use AC-3 audio.

If you are looking for a tool to cut out commercials, or to edit commercial movies to make them more family friendly, this is probably the best tool available. If you want to do more than simple cuts, and don't mind spending a extra time learning about all the features, I would recommend Womble MPEG Video Wizard instead (or in addition to).

Posted November 01, 2005 by . Tool version 2.1.2-417 (Plus) using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10

As a LONG-TIME fan of Womble MPEG2VCR it was hard to pry me away from it but I have to say, with no exaggeration, that VRD is awesome.

Ignoring the fact that it does edit MPEG2 with no sync problems its the little touches that make it so good. Authored a DVD ISO image and forgot whats on it? Drag into VRD and it opens the video. That is neat. DVB-T streams over DVD 8Mbs max? Just set at the level U need for compliance. Joining same resolution MPEGs but with diff bitrates. No problem.

And if U find a feature you need. Mail the author. He responds unlike "mr Womble".

The only possible criticism is that the interface is perhaps IMHO not as easy to pick up but it doesnt take long and you need more buttons etc for the extra features.

Oh did I mention Ad-Detective? Or DVR-MS support... theres loads more. This is worth being on any videophiles machine(s).


Posted November 01, 2005 by . Tool version 2.1 Trial using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

I haven't actually bought this program as of yet.
But I rate it a ten because I know it would be worth it..

I had a couple of recordings from my DVB-T capture card that was totally broken.
No program was able to fix all errors in my stream.
I got a couple of billion errors while running them through ProjectX or PVAStrumento.
And afterwards there would either be synch-errors, or he would make a cut in the movie wherever there was a problem.

Running my stream in this excellent application fixes this problem just like that!
I load my stream here and cut out commercials etc and just save it as an mpg.
Then run the newly created mpg in ProjectX, and I will not get a single error and all works fine and synch is perfect!

Other than that this program is very easy to use and extremely powerful.
This is the ultimate application for cutting your mpg movies in.
The cutting is very accurate, like other mpeg-cutters aren't.

The only downside I can see is that it doesn't appear to support AC3 audio?
I'm not sure about this though, but it seems that way.
I just produces no audio in VideoReDo or the output file.

But I don't have so many AC3 audio-sources so this is well worth the buy for me when my trial-version has expired.

One word: EXCELLENT!

Posted October 31, 2005 by . Tool version 2.1.2-417 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

This is the best mpeg2 editing software. I've tried just about everything else out there, from freeware to expensive trialware, and nothing works as well and as robustly as this (if indeed anything else works *at all*, for some operations). If you want to cut or join mpegs or DVD vobs without re-encoding, at either the frame-level or GOP-level, this is it.

It also has the best user interface I've seen. It's Fisher-Price ugly, but it works really well. You can actually see exactly which frame you are on, and whether it is an I-frame or not. And you can navigate frame-by-frame or GOP-by-GOP if you wish. For example, I've configured in my options to have arrow keys move by GOPs, and shift-arrow keys move by frames.

There are a couple bugs still in the software, but the devs are very active on their message board and quickly fix bugs uncovered by users. I wish other vendors had this kind of open-minded support.

Posted September 30, 2005 by . Tool version 2.1.1-413 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

1 word 4 this tool EXCELENT!!!

Posted September 30, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
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Wonderful accurate MPEG2 editing. The main use for this for me will be editing DVD Recorder discs where TDA has converted the Vobs to MPEG; it has done this perfectly without any sync issues.

I have dropped a point for the cartoony style, but apart from that a highly recommended video tool.

Posted September 21, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10

This tool is brilliant! Whether for a pro or newbie this is a must have tool,it is extremely reliable and cuts video to perfection with great ease.Its sync correction feature is like no other software available.The tool is unique.
The tech support is the most helpful I have ever had the pleasure in contacting.My request was rather demanding but they were kind and supportive enough to fullfil it.Best support ever!They really do care about their customers unlike a lot of $$$ software companies.
Its worth every penny,test drive it and buy it and I can assure you that you wont regret it.Totally recommended!


Posted September 09, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

This software is a required app for anyone doing video cutting whether it be from a MPEG2 capture card (WinTV PVR 250/350 for example) or for people that are messing with DVB streams. This is the ONLY app that can properly handle cutting of DVB streams, and in general is a joy to use. Very simple and well worth the money. Everything else is just junk after you try this program. It seems that the so called "professionals" in video (Pinnicle, Adobe, Ulead, etc) need to take some serious lessons from the author of this app..

Posted August 03, 2005 by . Tool version all using OS Win2K
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

VideoReDo is wonderful! One of the best software investments that I have ever made. I've been using version 1.6 for about 9 months and recently upgraded to version 2.1. It's even better. VideoReDo makes editing out commercials fast and easy. With version 2.1, ad removal is virtually automatic. Also, I often edit files produced from old VHS tapes and they can have "bad spots." With v 2.1, it's even easier to fix this because you can see a graphic of the audio stream along with the picture, making it easy to see how a cut is going to affect sound. I also love the new cut preview mode, which is a big time saver. In addition, the audio sync tools (both manual and automatic) work wonderfully.

This software is very easy to use and yet very powerful. I've used it on mpeg files from over 500 TV shows. I use it on a daily basis and have never regretted buying it. For the one time that I had a problem, the author replied immediately to my post of the VideoReDo website's message board and told me exactly how to fix the problem.

Posted July 30, 2005 by . Tool version 2.1 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

Really super impressed with this product. I have a ton of video that I recorded using PowerVCR II, and found out about its poor ability to deal with missing frames. With this tool, I can pass my video (in batches) through their "Quickstream Fix" function and all my audio sync issues are removed. The tool removes the areas where there is audio, but no accompanying video. My areas like this are small (maybe 30 frames/hour), so the removal isnít noticeable, and my audio comes back into perfect sync rather than slowly slipping over time. I am quite impressed with this product, and the company behind it. During my trial period, I received fast email support with very understanding and knowledgeable people. These people have really done their homework.

Posted July 28, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

VideoRedo is an excellent quick editing tool for trimming, cutting, and adding segments to a video project. Very easy and intuitative to use and has not yet given me a bad output file.
The combination of price, support, and how it fulfills its intended functionality make it a real winner.

Posted April 27, 2005 by . Tool version (beta) using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

I have been using VRD for a few months now and it is a valuable
tool in my video tool box.

Struggled for a long time with cutting and trimming mpeg files
until I started using VRD. Great GUI and fantastic customer

Posted April 24, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

The best MPEG'S editor for my Terratec Cinergy 1200 DVB-T.
Extremely precise in mpeg's cut, is very fast, and very easy to use. No sync problems. I love it!

HIGHLY recommended.

Posted April 17, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

I have used VideoReDo to edit over 90 GB of video captured from Adaptec's VideOh! DVD Media Center USB 2.0. VideoReDo is the best, hands down. Video editing and audio synchronization adjustment in the same package - amazing. Created perfect Seinfeld and M*A*S*H DVDs from VideoRedo outputed files (MyDVD and Nero authoring).

I can not comment on tech support at this time because I have never had a problem with this product. Do not waste your time with any similar type mpeg editor.

Just a happy customer, for once...

Posted April 13, 2005 by . Tool version 1-6-2-284 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

This software saved me many hours of frustration and I love it! I bought a DVD Xpress encoder to just dump out some old home movies that were about 15 years old to my computer. My plan was to make DVDs out of them, a simple idea with what I thought would be all the tools needed. When I burned my videos I was noticing that the audio was losing sync. I searched around and found that dropped frames would be the issue. Thought that was odd since I have a P4 2.6 with a gig of ram but quickly turned to the old VHS tapes as the problem. I ran my video through MPEG Wizard, Tmpgenc's mpeg tools... everything I could think of trying to get audio back in sync. I was trying any program people would mention and going through a lot of hassle. I didn't want to have to replay the tapes any more than once and was getting worried.

Finally I saw people talking about this program Videoredo. I thought what the heck, at this point I would do anything to get moving on this project. The trial limits your output to 30 mins but it was more than enough to sell me on the program. Upon completion of the output it told me there were quite a few frames that were out of sync and that it fixed it. This was in line with what people were saying about this program and it's ability to clean up files.

When I authored and burned the disc I kept my fingers crossed hoping that finally I had found the cure to all my problems. And when played back on my TV the audio was perfectly synced. Before the end of the disc I was on DRD's site purchasing the software. Not only did I get a tool to clean up the old video files, I got an MPEG editor too. And all for only 50 bucks.

The purchasing process is very quick and simple. I paid for the program and within ten minutes I had my key and was saving the full two hour file without a problem. It was really a simple and painless process. I'm a person that if I'm going to buy something I want it now and that's what they delivered. I was very pleased with my purchase all around.

Now some may say that this software is too expensive for what it does. I tell you it's the perfect price for saving your time without worrying about reburning DVDs over and over trying to get the audio in sync or messing around with waiting for some other editor to reencode the entire file all over again because you cut out 30 seconds here and there.

To put it plain and simple: if you want to work with MPEG files, this is the software to use. Forget everything else, this program did what it was suppose to and did it quick and without fuss. The interface may look odd at first but spend just five minutes working with it and you realize it's set up for editing in mind. You can change how it works and the author is always listening if you have problems or suggestions.

Give it a try and I'm sure you'll love it like I do. After over 16 hours of footage and 5 dvds later I can tell you this program is what saved my project and really made it possible in the end. Without it I was stuck with PCM for audio as it was the only way to keep the audio in sync but lost a lot of space on the disc. Ran it through videoredo and was able to reencode the audio to AC3 without a problem.

This program really is a miracle. Worth every penny.

Posted March 16, 2005 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

Speed of conversion to MPEG format is excellent and it maintains 5.1 Audio as well but this software can not generate any VOB + IFO files needed for DVD Players!!
How can you convert these MPEG videos to VOB + IFO while maintaining 5.1 Audio?
My Nero Vision Express downgrades everything to AC3 Stereo only and does not accept MPEG only!!!
What could be a good DVD Authoring software (capable of keeping AC3 5.1 audio) working with this software?

Posted December 07, 2004 by . Tool version latest using OS WinXP
Ease of use 6 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 3 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10

After running off numerous VHS home movies & almost having to watch them all in real time to sort and capture in "categories" with my capture software, I found this tool which enabled me to capture the whole 3 hours (with other software)& then "edit" with videoredo.

As well as just highlight & "save as a new file", I can highlight several "scenes" all over the 3hrs & save as one continious scene, ready to throw into the dvd author software.

The trial went for ages & enabled me to do heaps of work & I was so impressed I paid my $. (I went through similar tools,freeware & trials, but to me they couldnt match the whole functionality, ie real time viewing)

Posted December 05, 2004 by . Tool version 1-6-2-284 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 8 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

I tried to cut commercials out of my Hauppauge PVR 350 captures with both nanoEdit and MPEG-VCR. nanoEdit was inaccurate and gave audio sync problems when trying to merge files. MPEG-VCR always gave audio sync problems. The greater the number of cuts, the worse the problem. I have now processed well over 15 hours of captures with Video Redo and have perfect results. I have cut commercials and merged files with frame accuracy and no sync problems, then burned the result with Ulead MF 3. The more I use it, the more I like it. I only have a slight issue with the price - $50 strikes me as being a little high for the simple tasks I want to perform. Then again, as the previous poster mentioned, it is rare to find PC software that actually works and is well supported. And it is cheaper than MPEG-VCR which didn't work for me.

Posted November 19, 2004 by . Tool version 1-6-2-284 using OS Win2K
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10

The current version ( as at 2 Nov 04) just rocks. It is fast, stable, and very keystroke efficient. If you record Digital TV and get several programs in one continuous capture, and/or need to cut advertisements, then there is no faster program. You sit inside the timeline progressively hitting start/stop chop points, and as you capture each batch you get prompted for a filename then go straight back into editing the stream. This prog is saving me much time. Well done.

Posted November 02, 2004 by . Tool version using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

Most of the time when I buy software, I feel ripped off. With VideoReDo, I feel like I got my money's worth and then some. VideoReDo is easy to use. With the customizable keyboard navigation, I seldom use the mouse when editing. The support is amazing and the author is very open to feature suggestions from the users.

Before I found VideoReDo, I could not capture from VHS with my Hauppauge PVR-250 and author a DVD with the audio in sync. Now it is no problem. This is GREAT software and I am a very satisfied customer.

By the way MPEG1 editing is in beta and should be in the next release, which is due very soon.

Posted October 11, 2004 by . Tool version (beta) using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10

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