Date Added:Apr. 24, 2013
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It's free, but only imports/exports wmv/avi/mov;limited but useful effects; unlimited render video length; no video watermarks/no sound "watermarks"; seems to have no bar to commercial use; with all Microsoft dependencies it downloads, still in sum only takes up about 400MB HDD space; at install finish offers three types GPU and one CPU engine option; ivsEdits is from Interactive Video Systems in Italy, a company which exhibited recently at IBC RAI in Amsterdam; IVS says this will work on a number of laptops, offering portability to those who edit/require advanced workstation on mobile basis; they have a 65 minute video posted at their site explaining how to use.
It does require UAC to be completely 'off' to run (advanced users may know how to put UAC back on then allow only ivsEdits through it); no support of any kind for free version; pdf manual is included but for earlier version (seemed not completely out of date); it will install and run on equivalent of Acer 5736Z (2011) dual core (AMD/Intel 4500, non-hyperthreading)64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium notebook, choosing CPU as rendering engine, but at simplest 16:9 NTSC wmv setting, if any sound/effects applied, it takes ten times video length to render; it relies on Quicktime or windows Media Encoder 9...rather than better codecs...to render .mov or .wmv formats, renders resulting in quilting/banding issues where other paid/free NLEs have not on same notebook; on notebook, couldn't "see" any video device including inbuilt webcam I tried; no titling in free version.
If you've got a powerful system, this might work well for you as long as you mind UAC issue, but in free version there's still the artifacts issues to contend with. If you've got lower power, unless concern over "commercial use" of your footage in re NLE EULA is an issue, VLC Media Player, Freemake, or certain other free editors are far more likely to render faster for you...keep Googling/trying NLEs until you find one that won't give you artifacts.
Reply by robertoivs on September 30, 2013
To compare ivsEdits exporting speed with applications that are able to convert a single file instead of a Timeline with multiple video and audio tracks is not correct.
ivsEdits to create MOV and WMV files uses respectively the slow frameworks from Apple and Microsoft. To use FFMPEG was surely faster, but you ignore that FFMPEG is not legal in all countries and ITUNES service rejects any upload if many MOV files are created with FFMPEG or other not Apple certified libraries. Of course If you try to export Avi Dv-DVCPRO HD files you will see the speed of ivsEdits.
ivsEdits is the first free NLE to offer Audio-Feedback during scrub and with Blackmagic Minimonitor 145$ you can output your videos on HDMI or SDI Monitors.
We have received a lot of enthusiast feedback from many broadcasters in many countries. Also some JVC's video reviews has been edited and finalized with ivsEdits:
Reply by robertoivs on September 30, 2013
as Product Manager of ivsEdits, I'will reply to your rewiew. Your post looks to be very accurate and you have worked a lot to write it.
Anyway several features have been analyzed in wrong mode.
Probably before to start to write this review you would have done better to start reading the system requirements and the table with media files supported for editing. All is accurately reported on the official web site of ivsEdits:
Anyway attempting to ignore that the Pc used to review it is not suitable
to run ivsEdits, and so probably was not ethically correct create a review for it,
we cant ignore some big evaluating errors because you are forgetting that ivsEdits software is targeted for professional video editing so you should know that the interlacing if managed not properly will produce undesired artifacts as you reported.
ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY NONE !!!
It's very existence.
The installer (Or something hidden within it) DOES SOMETHING TO DISABLE USER ACCOUNT CONTROL (Was prompted to restart my computer so Windows can complete that process)
It also wanted me to DELETE TeamViewer since it's a Remote Control VNC monitor program. WHY should I do THAT just to install A VIDEO EDITOR ??? SOMETHING doesn't add up as there's NO REASON WHATSOEVER for TeamViewer to conflict with VIDEO EDITORS (Which it doesn't)
CNET needs to look into this. Last time I checked, this stuff is called WAREZ !!!
I dunno how badly I've messed up my computer. Heck, I don't even DARE restart my computer until I get the registry cleaned out (I can only hope I've stopped the install in time)
In the meantime CNET - DELIST THIS !!! IT IS DANGEROUS !!! IT IS DANGERWARE !!!
YOUR REPUTATION AS A DOWNLOAD SITE IS ON THE LINE HERE !!!
it contains " sweetpacks" ant hijacks your browser
Stay away this is a worthless program
1. Easy to use!
2. Superb quality!
3. Realtime Effects!
4. Supports AVI, MOV, MXF , TGA, JPG, BMP and WAVE files.
5. Very rich functionality.
I don't have a one.
A great video editor. Simple, easy to use interface. And, did I mention, it's FREE.
I would recommend ivsEdits LE to anyone.
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|Publisher||Interactive Video Systems|
|Publisher web site||http://www.ivs.it|
|Release Date||April 10, 2013|
|Date Added||April 24, 2013|
|Subcategory||Video Editing Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7/8|
|Additional Requirements||CPU: Quad/Six Core Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i7 GPU: ATI/AMD Radeon HD6850-6950-7770-78X0-79X0 or Nvidia GTS250, GTX265, 275, 285, 470, 480, 570, 580, 670, 680, etc. System Memory: 6GB, Apple QuickTime player 7.71|
|Downloads Last Week||19|