This page can help you to understand some of AVIedit features, like
color filters or transformer. Please don't expect the full-screen videos
here, because they would be very big and slow to download. I have used very small
frame sizes and have compressed it well, to give you the shortest and
easiest way to overview.
At 14 kbps Internet connection you may expect about
three minutes to download each video sample. Note: your media player may
need to download video codecs too.
This is the sample frame passed through color filter. It is a built-in
filter and does not require any external plug-in. The rule of filter can be
time-independent or may include video frame number to vary over the time. You
can create fadings, flashes and other visual effects. Also it is a general way
to make videos white-balanced and properly colored.
This is the same frame passed through deformation filter. It is a built-in
filter and does not require any external plug-in. Currently AVIedit includes
about 30 ready-to-go deformations, and each of these has up to seven parameters
that can be changed by user, creating effects never seen before.
You asked me: "It is a joke ?! AVIedit is tiny editor and CAN NOT be so powerful..."
No any joke. It is mighty.
Instead of wasting your HDD space
with lots of redundant code (having all filters in binary form as
like *.8BF you know), AVIedit holds only formulas and fast JIT-compiler.
The filters are created "on the fly", just before you run it.
We think AVIedit is the only video editor with such a feature.
This is source (unchanged) avi clip. Do you don't believe ?! It really is.
Compressed with MS MPEG4 V3 codec.
I have converted frame to grayscale, then subtracted it twice from source
frame that was taken three times. Are you impressed ?
Compressed with MS MPEG4 V3 codec.
This is source (unchanged) avi clip. It was captured from TV, then downsampled
to 176x120 pixels and compressed with VDOwave® codec at 192 kbit/s. Use it
as reference point (to see where the image was distorted by the compression).
Here is the result of Colors/Disco Fever preset. Light Blur filter was applied
to make edges a bit soften.
I have created a round selection, then filtered it in RGB->gray
. Next, the contours were slightly enhanced.
The clip was passed through the Colors/Invert filter preset. Also
the Find Edges 3 filter was added to enhance contours.
The AVIedit supports some the Adobe Photoshop® compatible
This is result of Angled Strokes plugin. Clip is not available.
Here is the combination of Transformer/Dry brush filter and
Median 2. It looks like an oil painting. The frame edges have a little
green (background/transparency colored) garbage.
This is Transformer/Round filter with a few Blur to hide aliases.
It looks like a lens or a round mirror. The green background can be changed or
even made transparent.
What our customers are saying:
I'm toying with filters now, ..., with the
Plastic Wrap effect. Jeez. This is a _fun_ toy. :)
Henrik 'Snout' Isacsson
...Just to say that this program is very effective and can be learned easily !
Most Video editors are very big (20 to 30 mb) in size.
Your AVIedit is very stable and fast and easy to use.
Josef H R Heck
Anyway, I enjoyed using your program.
I'm happy to use your AVIedit to do that - improve underexposed and not
Lockergnome only chooses the best of
the best... you're definitely noteworthy!
Keep up the good work, I hope you do
well when you go "public"!
...we have found your
application "AVIedit" and we would be more than happy
if you could add it to Super Shareware...
Pedro Murillo Tello