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AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

Shareware
Vista / Win2k / WinXP
AVS Video Tools is a complete video suite for converting, editing, transferring and burning video files.

It consists of 4 different videotools: AVS Video converter, AVS DVDtoGO, AVS Capture Wizard and AVS Video ReMaker. It's easy to use and the multilingual support allows you to use it in English, French, German, Spanish or Italian.

AVS Video Tools can capture video from DV cameras, rip DVDs and transfer the converted files into several diffenrent portable devices including local hard drive, Sony PSP, Apple iPod, Archos and Zen Creative. Video editing features allow you to cut unwanted parts and TV advertisements from the video clip.

AVS Video Tools allows you to convert video files between almost any formats. Supported formats include AVI (DivX, XviD, etc.), DV AVI, MP4 (inc. Sony PSP and Apple iPod), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), SWF, DVD, VOB, VRO,MPG, MPEG 1,2,4, DAT, VCD, SVCD, ASF, ASX, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, Real Video (RM, RMVB), DVR-MS, MKV, OGM and FLV.

Note!: this version does not include any mechanisms that will bypass copy protections
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AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672Filesize: 46.19 MB

Keywords:
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License type Shareware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 08 Mar 2007
Downloads 21,740
File size 46.19 MB (6min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Vista / Win2k / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

Never used this soft but if is not free forget about theres this program called SUPER. google or something is an amazing video converter/encoder and its free...only down is da i can use lots of resources(video software usually does) but great software...

gerbs
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AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

Too bad about that damn banner--it really does indicate a lack of concern for their customers--meaning it indicates deeper problems latter. Cucusoft does the same damn thing and suckered me. Software was less than adequate and company was of no help with things like poor sound sync. Tsunami (Tmpgenc, I believe) offers a 30 day trial and place a very unobtrusive logo only on the menu. The logo doesn't even look bad. Still, after 30 days you have to purchase it. Wish I could recommend a freebie!

AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

this software was perfect, very simple and even by passed security that other programs i tried didn't. <br/> <br/>but as the first poster said, it is not free, it puts a banner smack in the center of the video. i found the program on download.com and it was portrayed as a free, only after i installed it did it mention the banner that you can only get rid of by paying for it. to me it was misleading on purpose and wasted my time. if they had been straight forward about it or offered a trial version that didn't have the banner or a less obtrusive one, i would have seriously considered paying for it. but i can't reward that kind of dishonesty, all they will get from me now is a big fat middle finger.

AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

"Above average if you want to pay for the regestration. But there are so many free and better tools out there." <br/> <br/>can you please name one or two free programs that work the same way as this one? <br/> <br/>i want a program where i just have to select the IFO file , press one button and it rips the movie to my drive as an mpeg. <br/> <br/>this software was perfect, very simple and even by passed security that other programs i tried didn't. <br/> <br/>but as the first poster said, it is not free, it puts a banner smack in the center of the video. i found the program on download.com and it was portrayed as a free, only after i installed it did it mention the banner that you can only get rid of by paying for it. to me it was misleading on purpose and wasted my time. if they had been straight forward about it or offered a trial version that didn't have the banner or a less obtrusive one, i would have seriously considered paying for it. but i can't reward that kind of dishonesty, all they will get from me now is a big fat middle finger.

AVS Video Tools v5.5.2.672

It's not free. It creates a very annoying banner in the middle of the video it converts. <br/> <br/>Above average if you want to pay for the regestration. But there are so many free and better tools out there.