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VisioForge Video Edit SDK .Net LITE 6.5

Integrate video editing and processing capabilities into your software.

Developer:
VisioForge
License:
Freeware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 7 / CE
Requirements:
Windows 2000 and later, DirectX 9, .Net 2.0 and later
Date added:
4/19/2012
Last Update:
8/6/2012
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |29.65 MB ) VisioForge Video Edit SDK .Net LITE 6.5 Publisher's description
Have you ever wanted to create your own movie? - No problem. With this Video Edit SDK .Net, you get everything you need to make your dream come true. This .Net-based devkit allows integrating video editing and processing capabilities into software, and you can use it to create your own movies out of individual audio and video files and fragments.

The SDK can handle videos in AVI, MPEG, WMV, 3GP, MOV or any other formats if accompanied by a corresponding decoder. Audio files can be fed in WAV, MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC or a custom format, also with a corresponding decoder installed on the computer. Along with entire files, you can paste parts of video and audio files to the timeline. You can also insert individual shots into your movie; the software accepts BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG and TIFF images.

To further enhance your movie, add effects to it. Choose from a variety of predefined effects, such as overlaying the picture with graphics or text, adjust video transparency, brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, and other parameters. Plus, you can apply over 80(!) transition effects. You can further improve the picture by resizing it or changing its resolution, deinterlacing or denoising it, adjusting frame rate and other settings. The software supports chroma-key, 3-rd party DirectShow filters, and integrates AForge.Net. The audio tools include a volume booster, equalizer, 3D-bass system and other effects.

Videos can be output to AVI, WMV.

The software runs well under Windows 98 through Seven, both x86 and 64-bit. The earlier versions of Windows may require installing .Net Framework 2.0 and DirectX 9 or later.