London - Online Media Technologies Ltd. has released AVS Video Tools 5.4., a set of tools for the cross-conversion of key video formats, video capturing, DVD, and video file transference to various handheld devices, such as iPod, Sony PSP, Archos DVR, Zen Creative, mobile phones, and portable DVD/Dvix players. AVS Video Tools 5.4 adds AVS Video ReMaker, a tool for direct editing of DVDs and various MPEG files, including DivX and XviD without re-encoding.
AVS Video ReMaker features MPEG editing capabilities which allow you to cut out commercials of a TV broadcast, remove unwanted parts from DVDs or video files recorded with DVR & DVD camcorders, edit, cut and trim MPEG files on the go. When saving the edited file, AVS Video ReMaker enables you to make a DVD menu and burn MPEG2 video directly to a disc for a home DVD Player.
AVS Video ReMaker enables users to work not only with MPEG formats: MPEG 1, 2, but also with MPEG4 and even DivX, XviD, DV and with containers: DVD (incl. VOB, VRO), AVI, MPG, MOV, 3GP, MP4. MPEG editing operations can be performed in a batch mode, as a result, you can edit several MPEG files of the same type at once to save time and effort.
AVS Video ReMaker scene detection algorithm scans, splits video into logical episodes, and indicates a commercial break for deletion eliminating the need to search for transitions or adverts manually. AVS Video ReMaker timeline feature, navigational controls and tabs ensure precise and accurate edits, cuts, and joins of the specific frames you choose.
AVS Video Tools runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003, and a single-user license costs $29.95.