Joyoshare Media Cutter 3.0 for Windows giveaway olarak 21 Ocak 2019 tarihinde sunulmuştu
Joyoshare Media Cutter for Windows AVI, MP4, MPEG, VOB, WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB, 3GP, AAC, MP3, WMA, M4R vb. formatları video ve ses dosyaları olarak ayırmanıza yardımcı bir programdır.
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downloaded, installed, registered -- super easy. No Facebook hoops, no gcd wrapper or security flags.
Do need to, as with all GAOTD, extract all from the download and read the read.me for key.
tutorials and guides on the home page could be much better. Just screen shots with music background.
did open a video quickly and started to play it. Haven't tested the file splitting yet.
Says will do merges. This seems limited. I expected being able to string together, say 20 short (10 seconds to 2 minute) camera and phone files to play in one video.
Web site states: "This is not only a smart video cutter but also a professional video joiner, because it can merge multiple video and audio clips from the same source video with a few clicks only..."
Do not understand SAME SOURCE, and tutorial again not that helpful. Seems to be could get min 1-2, skip 3-5, continue with 6-10 from the video are editing.
Couldn't tell if can reorder scenes. So often have "Title shot" as leaving.
Nor does it appear to have any titling or menu/selections creations ability.
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No "save to source folder" with suffix, and creates annoying new folder for every file, but overall one of the best Cutters on the market. Very simple and yet powerful.
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From the web site of the publisher "You can only merge video/audio segments from the same video/audio"
What does this mean? That you can't merge different videos? If yes,what is the usability of this?Any help please?
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You're talking about video editing when you talk about cutting/splitting & joining/merging audio/video clips. In more full-fledged editing software, e.g. Nero Ultimate or Video Studio Pro in the lower mid range, or the free DaVinci Resolve at the higher end, you piece together snippets of audio & video, normally with some sort of transition [e.g. fade] at each junction, and that's how TV programs, movies, & sometimes YouTube videos are made. And in most cases everything's re-encoded, & since that means a guaranteed quality loss, you [should anyway] start out with higher quality video than your finished project. But what if you could skip that expected quality loss?...
It is *sometimes* possible to join existing video & audio clips without re-encoding -- you basically write one video clip to a file, & when it comes to the end of that clip, start writing a 2nd clip to the very same file. It's tricky though, since video formats & files are complicated things, and generally can only work *for some video formats* when all of the video clips are encoded *exactly* the same -- same encoder And same encoder settings. Cutting is easier, though the software may have to re-write the beginning of the file to point to a new end time. And cuts & joins can only occur at key frames -- most video formats store a complete picture every so often, and all the frames in between those key frames only store the parts of the picture that have changed. Depending on the format, audio can work much the same way, though often the audio is decoded, cut or joined, then re-encoded, because the quality loss is harder to detect.
You can find special software to do true lossless cuts & joins at videohelp[.]com, though often apps specialize in only one video format. It's not clear if Joyoshare Media Cutter does the same thing -- the video talking about it on the app's site isn't captioned, so you'll have to watch it & judge for yourself. While it's working, outputting your video, you could tell by the amount of CPU being used, but you'd have to know just what video formats will work, if it does true lossless joins, for that sort of test to be meaningful.
That all said, the ad copy about lossless editing could be false, and Joyoshare Media Cutter, like most competing video converters, might do a good enough job re-encoding your video that you don't see any huge quality loss. So to perhaps many people it won't matter?
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For those who care about frame accurate editing, this program does appear to do it. Firstly there are credible forward and back buttons, one pair for frames and one for key frames (and the time jumps make sense) and secondly there is a high speed copy option which is a feature of frame accurate cutters (they only encode the beginning and end where the cuts are, and copy the rest as is). Lastly, a short test clip did appear to run from and to cuts deliberately made between key frames.
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