Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD Review

March 29, 2010 by  
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Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD Review

Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD is a frame accurate MPEG editor which comes with DVD authoring and full AC3 audio support. It includes all the features and functionality of normal video editing software but sits to one side of the mainstream of video editors because of its MPEG2 and MPEG (mp4) specialization. One of the best things about MPEG Video Wizard DVD is that it is very smart at detecting just which parts of the input video needs to Read more

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How to remove unwanted scenes from DVD movie without re-encoding?

March 4, 2010 by  
Filed under DVD authoring, Video editing

In this guide I will show you how to use Womble EasyDVD to delete unwanted footage from DVD movie and then burn it back without any video quality loss. Womble EasyDVD is an excellent tool for small DVD edits or to author a new DVD from existing DVD footage, without the need for any re-encoding. So you don't have to wait to re-encode the whole movie and suffer the heavy quality loss for every little cut that is made. Read more

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How to remove commercials from MPEG files without re-encoding?

December 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Video editing

You may want to do away with those annoying advertisements in between your favorite recorded TV shows or explicit scenes in a movie not suitable for family viewing. The following three guides will show you how to remove commercials or other unwanted scenes from MPEG files without hampering the audio or video quality. If your video is other format,  like AVI, ASF, RMVB, WMV etc., you can follow guide 2 to delete ads or unwanted footage which will need re-encoding your video.

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