VidePub 1.3.0

VidePub is an open source, easy to use, frame accurate MPEG video stream editor with automated logo detection to cut commercials. The software can work with MPEG2 and H264 transport stream video. During films or series, TV channels often display a logo on the corner of the screen, and this logo generally disappears during commercials. Therefore, you just have to isolate sequences with the logo to clean the movie. Of course, the tool has all the necessary functions to manually adjust the sequence on a frame-by-frame basis. You may cut unwanted parts and remove TV ads from video files recorded with various PVR, DVR & DVD camcorders. The sequences are saved in the input format (no re-encoding), therefore it's very fast. To re-encode, you'll have to use another tool. The logos can be stored as presets to be automatically reused each time you process a movie from the same channel. The application has a user friendly and intuitive interface which enables to edit your video files without any difficulties.

What's new in this version:
Installer now includes VC 2010 runtime package
Ability to save some logo presets which are automatically recognized and selected when opening a new video
Fixed : Filenames in the segment list are now kept when a new region is added
Upgraded to FFMPEG 2.11 and Qt 5

VidePub Screenshot

VidePub Interface

Latest version: 1.3.0 (27 Feb 2014)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8
Download: VidePub_setup_win32.exe (23.3 MB)
Download: VidePub_UserManual.pdf (192.0 KB)

See also:
MPEG Streamclip
Ashampoo Movie Studio
VSDC Free Video Editor

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