VideoReDo Plus eliminates the quality and performance limitations of typical video editors by quickly editing in Native MPEG (smart rendering), changing only the few frames you change. So you experience a fast, easy, high quality result.
VideoReDo Plus
The Native MPEG Video Editor
Just cut to the good parts with these great features!
Automatic Repair Synchronization is for those situations where the source material may have transmission errors (Over-Air Broadcasts) or not have the perfect timing required by MPEG digital compression ( Camcorder or VHS to DVD ).

Why does my video get out of sync?
Frame accurate (frame level) video editing that precisely and reliably edits, cuts and joins at the specific frames you choose.

Why do I need frame accurate editing?
AdDetective™ Commercial Detection takes the pain out of finding the best places to cut advertisements from your videos. AdDetective will scan your files for likely places where advertisements start and end.
Works with all TiVo Set Top Box DVRs when using TiVoToGo™ on your PC.
Use your standalone DVD Recorder to capture video. All you need to do is drop your DVD onto your PC and edit.
Real-time preview of your edits allow you to check your work, before saving, to make sure you have selected the optimal frames to cut.
Works with many formats MPEG1, MPEG2, Transport Streams (.ts), Windows MCE DVRMS files, Siemens M740AV .CRID files, and Topfield .rec files. The result is that VideoReDo TVSuite works with the widest variety of TV PVR and DVR formats.
Advanced batch processor.
Save your edits directly from the TVSuite editor or queue them up for background batch processing.  Batch works automatically so you can edit one video while a previous one is being processed
If you are using a PVR or DVR to record TV, VideoReDo TVSuite will simplify your editing, and commercial free versions of your TV shows in minutes rather than hours.

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editing:

Why is Native editing
important to you?
H.264 and MPEG are highly
compressed formats. Most full-
featured video editors convert
your videos into uncompressed
video for editing and then re-
encode it when saving the edits.
The result is that it can take hours
to save your video rather than
just minutes as it does with
VideoReDo.

More importantly, each recoding
results in a reduction of quality.
With VideoReDo's perfected smart
rendering technology you can edit
again and again without degrading
any of your precious videos.

Why do my videos get out of
sync when saving edited
videos?
There are many different reasons.
For example, if you are capturing
off the air, cable or satellite, a
transmission error can result in
dropped video frames.
Transferring from VHS tapes has
its own unique set of sync
problems as the timing of
consumer VHS players and old,
noisy tapes can quickly result in
out of sync DVDs.

When you capture your video,
your audio and video information
contains time code tags which
keep the playback in sync. When
a program is authored to DVD,
these time code tags are removed
by the authoring tool and potential
sync corrections are lost.
VideoReDo automatically
processes files so that when these
tags are removed the resulting
audio and video streams stay in
sync. No matter what the original
source.

Why do I need frame
accurate editing?
Because if you don't have frame
accurate editing, you will not be
able to specify the exact cut
points resulting in a very chopped
looking edit. You will either
remove wanted program material,
or leave in parts you did not want.

Frames in a compressed video are
not stored sequentially and most
frames are stored simply as
changes from some prior frame.
Without VideoReDo's special
capabilities, the only place you
can cut safely is on a GOP
boundary. A GOP boundary is
where the original encoder has
encoded a complete frame.
Depending upon your source
material, GOP boundaries occur
every 1/2 to 30 seconds.

Why do I need to Autocrop
letterbox?
For optimal playback, especially
on wide screen monitors and
devices, the video should be
stored in its native aspect ratio of
either 16x9 or 4x3. However,
programs captured from some
sources such as a video capture
card or DVD recorder will store
the video in 4x3 format. Programs
that should be displayed in a
widescreen format are
"letterboxed" with dark blank
areas above and below the
programs.

Autocropping of letterbox material
will remove the blank areas above
and below the program material
and create a true 16x9
(anamorphic) DVD or video.