DRD Systems Launches MPEG Video Editor VideoReDo

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VideoReDoÂ? now supports MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and High Def (HD) streams.

VideoReDo, a division of DRD Systems, Inc. announces the release of Video Editor VideoReDo QuickEdit, the Frame Accurate editor for native MPEG video. VideoReDo allows the user to edit video faster and with higher quality by working directly with native MPEG Edit streams.

VideoReDo MPEG Editor works directly with native compressed streams and without massive recoding, enabling the user to edit faster while still preserving the full quality of the original audio and video content. Version 1.7 of VideoReDo now supports MPEG-1 Streams Mpeg-1 Editor, including VCD Program Streams, as well as, MPEG-2 transport and program streams, including SVCD, DVD and High Definition programs.

VideoReDo quickly edits TV broadcasts captured from digital cable, satellite TV, Personal Video Recorders or DVRs. Thousands of consumers love the system because they can easily edit out TV commercials from their Home Theater PC captured TV shows Video Capture.

The VideoReDo QuickStream™ capability repairs video sync problems quickly and reliably with DVD Sync. It is perfect for quickly cutting and joining videos and corrects the effects of dropped frames when burning DVDs, noisy video tapes and other synchronization problems.

Further details and a free trial version are available from http://www.VideoReDo.com

About DRD Systems Inc., VideoReDo Division

VideoReDo has quickly become the worldwide leader of frame-accurate Native Video Editing™ technologies. The technology focuses on video editing with minimal reprocessing in MPEG and other compressed native DV formats. In addition, look for a Microsoft WMV (ASF) editor released soon. VideoReDo is frequently used in the consumer market to quickly remove TV commercials from captured TV shows. In the professional market, VideoReDo is the fastest solution for high quality Non-Linear splicing. VideoReDo now supports MPEG1, MPEG2 and High Definition (HD) Streams.

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