VirtualDub 1.10.5 Beta 5

VirtualDub enables you to edit, process and enhance your videos. It lacks the editing power of a general-purpose editor such as Adobe Premiere, but is streamlined for fast linear operations over video. It has batch-processing capabilities for processing large numbers of files and can be extended with third-party video filters. VirtualDub is mainly geared toward processing AVI files, although it can read (not write) MPEG-1 and also handle sets of BMP images. The program allows you to capture video with real-time downsizing, noise reduction, and field swapping features. The program can also be used to trim and crop a portion of a video, clip and append video without having to re-render or recompress the file, recompress and decompress the video and audio, extract audio tracks from videos, apply video filters to improve picture quality such as sharpen, blur, emboss, smooth, flip, tune levels and thresholds and more.

What's new in VirtualDub version 1.10.5 Beta 5:
(test-5) Video filters dialog now saves its size.
(test-5) Fixed Save Segmented AVI turning off video compression.
(test-5) Now built with Visual Studio 2010 -- minimum system requirement raised to XP Service Pack 2
(test-4) MRU list fix for >4 entries.
(test-4) More UI text truncation fixes.
(test-3) Dialog truncation fixes.
(test-3) Added option to disable reload edit warning.
(test-2) Filters: Fixed secondary frame layout problems.
(test-2) Adjusted labels in video compression dialog.
PluginAPI: Added SSE4.2 detection.
AVI: Fixed crash when exporting segments with no audio track.
Script: Added filters.BeginUpdate/EndUpdate() in saved job scripts to force timeline to update when frame rate changing filters are added.

VirtualDub Screenshot

VirtualDub Interface

Latest version: 1.10.5 Beta 5 (23 Jul 2014)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Download 32-bit: (1.8 MB)
Download 64-bit: (2.0 MB)

See also:
VirtualDub Filter Pack
VirtualDub Plugin Pack

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