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MainActor was video editing software from MainConcept [1] for Windows and since July 15, 2004 also for Linux.[1] The last version was 5.5, being available for SuSE 10.1 and Ubuntu 6 distributions.[2] In the beginning the software was written on the Amiga.

The software cost EUR 167.23 / USD 199.00. A free demo version, that shows a watermark, was available.

MainActor was created and developed by Markus Moenig, the CEO of MainConcept at that time.

In May 2007, MainConcept decided to discontinue the supply and development of MainActor. In November 2007, MainConcept was taken over by DivX, Inc. The software is no longer officially available or supported.

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