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Exsate VideoExpress

Converts DV to DVD with DV date-time stamp, menus, chapters, transitions


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  • Last Updated: Nov 4, 2010
  • License: Shareware $39.99 Buy
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Exsate VideoExpress is a DVD & Video software developed by Exsate Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Exsate VideoExpress:

EditByBrothersoft: All-in-one automatic DV Capture, DV editing and DV recompression wizard. The application is specially designed for DV camcorders to beat two main purposes: easy and fast creation of professional-looking home movies and video archives in one minute with highest possible quality. This makes the tool useful both for video amateurs and professionals.

DV capture module of the software automatically ReWind a tape, finds the beginning of a record, stops at the end and captures to multiple files without dropped frames.

DV editing module automatically corrects some corrupted frames on a tape, automatically constructs a timeline, analyzes pictures and recorded DV date/time stamps and inserts the best transition for the moment, resizes clips to let the timeline fit a given total time, gives you NLE capabilities to edit the timeline, supports more than 50 transitions.

DV export module successfully completes the idea of the DV to Movie wizard. It supports automatic export/recompression to any AVI format with MultiPass encoding, exports to multiple files, works in background to let you run other applications while Exsate VideoExpress is working.
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