Home Video? Bring it On

So you got yourself a digital camcorder. If you want to be able to edit and produce awesome home videos, you'll need some tools.

VideoCharge
http://www.deprice.com/videocharge.htm

VideoCharge is a quick, easy, and simple processing solution for Video, Audio, or Image files. VideoCharge is a full-range editor, which allows users to perform practically any operations with incoming files such as: splitting files up into several scenes, merging several files into a single file, cutting scene(s) out of video files, creating video file(s) based on selected scene(s), creating thumbnails for video files in manually or automatically mode, addition Watermark to movie(s) or thumbnail(s), Solving Interlace Video problem. VideoCharge includes enhanced DVD Ripper and DVD Player, which are intended, except processing DVD contents, to play and convert Mpeg2, VOB files (.vob), and also to work with a group of VOB files, using index information from IFO files.

AVOne Gold
http://www.deprice.com/avonegold.htm

AVOne Gold - DVD/VCD/SVCD/MPEG/AVI/ASF Converter is a powerful tool for video file conversion. It also allows you to specify NTSC or PAL format of output file, PAL-to-NTSC conversion, and vice versa. Support for AVI, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, and MPEG4 formats. User-friendly interface lets you easily preview video files and convert; Split a large video file into several small mpeg file to burn on CDR, Joint function let you joint all imported file into one large video. You can adjust color for exporting video via color tools. Paste your own LOGO on exported video.

dvdSanta
http://www.deprice.com/dvdsanta2.htm

dvdSanta is an All-in-One software that lets you copy, create, convert and burn your DVD movies. It can copy 9GB double layer DVD movies into a 4.7GB DVD-R disc, can turn your photos into DVD movies with Hollywood style motion effects, can convert other video formats(avi, wmv, vob, asf, DivX, Mpeg,...) into DVD video, can transfer miniDV camcorder tapes directly to DVD video.

Ok, final tip. If you want to be able to watch your home videos on Pocket PC, consider getting Poket DVD Wizard. http://www.deprice.com/pocketdvdwizard.htm

The Pocket DVD Wizard allows you to make backup copies of your personal DVDs, Mpeg, Avi and DivX® video and then play them on your Windows Mobile? Pocket PC or Portable Media Center.

Imagine the possibilities! You can now record your favourite TV program with your DVD recorder and transfer it to your Pocket PC, then watch it later in the office, or on the beach!

The Pocket DVD Wizard is designed for Windows XP (or Windows 2000) based PCs, and Pocket Pcs running Windows Mobile? 2003 or later. Using the Pocket DVD Wizard you can fit over 90 minutes of compressed DVD recording, Mpeg, Avi or DivX® video on a single 128Mb memory card, then take the recording on the road. The Pocket DVD Wizard works with both standard Pocket PCs, and high resolution 640x480 VGA Pocket PCs, allowing you to select the quality level you want, and to watch the converted video 'full screen' without black bars above and below the picture.

David D. Deprice shares his secret tools for producing studio quality home videos at http://www.deprice.com/multimedia.htm

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