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Video Workshop is a very easy to use digital video
Video Workshop is a very easy to use digital video converter/editor. The main function of Video Workshop is to convert video files from one format to another. Good for people who are just getting started with video editing. It has also an audio mix option, but I can assure you that 'Windows Movie Maker' is better in mixing different sounds in the video file.
This is the only good part.
The bad part is that you cannot use any DivX files, even if in the 'Help' it is written that supports this format. On my first try I had a codec package installed and I thought that there are some conflicts, but on my second try I just installed DivX 6 and I got the same message that the file is not supported or the codec is not installed.
The conversion function is very slow and sometimes the application will crash. It can extract also single frames into different image files like BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PCX, WMF, EMF, TGA, PNG, RAS, JPEG2000, cut a part of file into new video file, merge two or more files in one, rip audio tracks from video files to mp3 or wave files, and mix audio files (mp3 or wave) into new video file.
Pluses: easy to use
Drawbacks / flaws: DivX not supported; slow conversion function
In conclusion: Good for newbie users, but if you want a complete converter try MPEG4 Maker
version reviewed: 1.30
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