AVS Video Editor

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AVS Video Editor
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AVS Video Editor version on Windows 8
Developer(s) Online Media Technologies Ltd.
Initial release September 2003; 11 years ago (2003-09)
Stable release / April 28, 2015; 3 months ago (2015-04-28)
Operating system Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Vista
Size 146.77 MB
Available in 11 (English, Deutsch, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Danish) languages
Type Video editing software
Licence Trialware
Website Video Editor Homepage

AVS Video Editor is a video editing software published by Online Media Technologies Ltd. It is a part of AVS4YOU software suite which includes video, audio, image editing and conversion, disk editing and burning, document conversion and registry cleaner programs.[1] It offers the opportunity to create and edit videos with a vast variety of video and audio effects, text and transitions;[2] capture video from screen, web or DV cameras; record voice;[3] create menus for discs, as well as to save them to plenty of video file formats, burn to discs or publish on Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, etc.[4]



The layout consists of the timeline or storyboard view, preview pane and media library (transitions, video effects, text or disc menus) collections.[5] The storyboard view shows the sequence of video clips with the transitions between them and used to change the order of clips or add transitions.[6] Timeline view consists of main video, audio, effects, video overlay and text lines for editing.[7] Once on the timeline video can be dublicated, splitted, muted, freezed, cropped, stabilized, its speed can be slowed down or increased, audio and color corrected[8]

Importing footage[edit]

Video, audio and image files necessary for video project can be imported into the program from computer hard disk drive. User can also capture video from computer screen, web or mini DV camera, as well as from VHS tape, record voice.

Output (web, device, disc, format)[edit]

AVS Video Editor gives the opportunity to save video to a computer hard drive to one of the video formats: AVI, DVD, Blu-ray, MOV, MP4, M4V, MPEG, WMV, MKV, M2TS, TS, FLV, SWF, RM, 3GP, GIF, DPG, AMV, MTV;[9] burn to DVD or Blu-ray disc with menus; create a video for mobile players, mobile phones or gaming consoles and upload it right to the device.[10] The most popular devices such as Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, Sony PSP, Android and BlackBerry are supported. There is also an option to create a video that can be streamed via web and save it into Flash or WebM format or for the popular web services: YouTube, Facebook, Telly (Twitvid), Dailymotion, Flickr and Dropbox.

Utilities Embedded into AVS Video Editor[edit]

  • AVS Mobile Uploader is used to transfer edited and converted media files to portable devices via Bluetooth, Infrared or USB connection.
  • AVS Video Burner is used to burn converted video files to different disc types: CD, DVD, Blu-ray.
  • AVS Video Recorder is used to capture video from analog video sources and supports different types of devices: capture card, web camera (webcam), DV camera, HDV camera.
  • AVS Video Uploader is used to transfer video files to popular video-sharing websites, like Facebook, Dailymotion, YouTube, Photobucket, TwitVid, MySpace, Flickr.
  • AVS Screen Capture is used to capture any actions on the desktop to make presentations or video tutorials more vivid and easily comprehensible.[11]

Important upgrades[edit]

The initial release of AVS Video Editor was in 2003 when the program was offered inside AVS software bundles together with AVS Video Tools, AVS Audio Tools and DVD Copy software. In 2005 the program is offered as a part of multifunctional AVS4YOU software suite. AVS Video Editor is frequently updated. The main updates include adding several important features for video editing

Release date Description
June 2009 Speed control, audio and color correction, Blu-ray, M2TS, TS video support, multithread usage possibility, Nindendo Wii, Sony PSP and SanDisk Sansa View support
August 2010 Support of GPU technology, user folders in Media Library, Stabilization and Pan and Zoom effects, imported files cashing were added
December 2010 Screen capture application and personilised DVD menu editing became available
June 2011 Loop DVD option, Gif, tif(tiff) animation support, merge projects option added
August 2012 Windows 8 compatibility, countdown effect, WTV format for input
July 2013 Enhanced deinterlacing method, enable looping in SWF option
December 2013 Full HD "Video for slideshow" profile, new Android profiles for Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab, new Apple profiles to convert video for iPhone 5s/5c and iPad 3/4/Air
October 2014 2560x1440 (QHD - 2K) and 3840x2160 (Ultra HD 4K) output video support
March 2015 New flat style skin

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Drupal-itseopiskelukurssi" (PDF). theseus32-kk.lib.helsinki.fi. Tommi Tersa. Retrieved 2013. 
  2. ^ Syed, Tanzir (June 2, 2013). Learning Avs Video Editor 6.3. Islam: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 1484118197. 
  3. ^ Бондаренно, Сергей и Марина (Oct 18, 2013). "Видео на память. Обзор несложных в освоении видеоредакторов.". Мир ПК. 8-2010: 49–50. 
  4. ^ "AVS Video Editor". ixbt.com. Сергей Мерьков. Retrieved 4 September 2006. 
  5. ^ "AVS Video Editor 4.1 Editorial review". software.informer.com. Daniel Mantilla. 
  6. ^ Com, J. (Sep 1, 2008). Bikin Keren Video Ponsel. Rekam gayamu sendiri & edit pake komputer probadi. Yogyakarta: Multicom Media Utama Galangpress Group. pp. 167–189. ISBN 9789791828420. 
  7. ^ Shelly, Gary B. (Sep 23, 2009). Teachers Discovering Computers: Integrating Technology and Digital Media in the Classroom (6 ed.). Boston, MA USA: Cengage Learning. p. 510. ISBN 1111788847. 
  8. ^ "Drupal-itseopiskelukurssi" (PDF). theseus32-kk.lib.helsinki.fi. Tommi Tersa. Retrieved 2013. 
  9. ^ "COMPUTER-AIDED PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE" (PDF). journalsgate.com. Herbert Mushangwe. Retrieved 2013. 
  10. ^ "ROBOTICS BASED ON FPGA FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES" (PDF). ohm.ieec.uned.es. PEDRO PLAZA MERINO. Retrieved 7 October 2013. 
  11. ^ "Utilities Embedded into AVS Programs". AVS4YOU Online Help. Online Media Technologies, Ltd. Retrieved 2004. 

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