From Mien Software:
MediaEdit 3 is the easy-to-use movie editing software designed for the consumer. Experience a better way to edit. Built completely from the ground up with the latest video editing technologies. It supports unlimited media layers, comes with standard filters and transitions, and edits more than just DV. It can edit virtually all QuickTime compatible formats (.mov, .avi, .mp4, .dv). Key Features: supports virtually all QuickTime compatible files, unlimited media layers add video, audio and text instantly, non-destructive editing, multiple levels of undo Live previews and background rendering, capture video and audio, powerful yet easy-to-use timeline, resize and position clip display region Comes with standard effects, filters and transitions Video composition: chroma keying, matte, and hard light. Export to QuickTime, DV, MPEG-4 and to the Web Add chapter markers Create slideshows.
What's new in this version: Added support for Lion
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All versions:2.9 stars
out of 14 votes
Current version:3.0 stars
out of 2 votes
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"Basically well designed, but ..."
Version: MediaEdit 3.2
Good enough for amateur editing.
There is a number of bugs that disturb the work process.
No automatic saving of your project (and you really need to save all the time!).
A lot of patience necessary. Avoid if you easily get irritated.
"Best all round choice"
Version: MediaEdit 3.2
This is the best Movie editor out there for Mac, though admittedly the choice isn't great. It beats the pants off the clunky ergomomic disaster that is now iMovie. The great thing about it, is that it doesn't over-complicate anything (like FCP does, for instance.) It takes next to no time to create a professional-looking result. The layering concept works really well - you can move titles quickly and easily, and add remixed sound into layers as well.
Why only four stars then? Mainly because it needs further development. You can't mix sound within the programme, only layer it (though you can export it to the likes of Protools, mix it there and reimport it.)
And there are some bugs.
The comment above about cropping is correct, but few movie editors do that and none at this price.
Flexible, speedy and uncomplicated. Just like Movie editing should be. Why aren't the others like this? Especially the awful iMovie.I should have made it clear that I think this is the best choice for amateur move-makers. Of course, it can't compete with the bells and whistles of high end pro software from the likes of Avid and Adobe. The gap isn't so wide between it and the new FCPX, though.
If I had the money I'd invest it in developing this product, which has the potential to wipe the floor with other movie editing software. Well done, Mein software, and keep up the good work. By the way I am not connected with this company in any way - I live in the UK.
Updated on Dec 30, 2011
Updated on Dec 30, 2011I should have made it clear that I think this is the best choice for amateur move-makers. Of course, it can't compete with the bells and whistles of high end pro software from the likes of Avid and Adobe. The gap isn't so wide between it and the new FCPX, though.