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[About Dolby Digital 5.1ch]
This product does not support Dolby Digital 5.1ch.
For purchasing Capty MPEG Edit EX capable with Sony HDD camcorders (Capty MPEG Edit EX Dolby Digital 5.1), please click here.

None-image deterioration for MEPG-2 movies!

This software enables you to trim movie by frames, as well as by GOPs.
Divide a movie into several files by selecting multiple ranges.
Encode the edited file to QickTime format.
Supports MPEG Elementary Stream format.
Combine multiple MPEG-2 files into a single MPEG-2 file.

Trimming mode

In the "Trimming mode", you can import a single video footage and pick up necessary parts from it, or divide it into several files.

[Select a trimming range]

When editing long videos, you can apply only the required range from the entire time in order to perform detailed operation of the specified position on the Play Slider.

* Selected frames can be viewed in thumbnails.

[Simple operation with just Drag & Drop!]

You can easily set IN point and OUT point by dragging and dropping.
Click [Set] and the specified range is displayed in the Trimming List.

File combination mode

File combination mode enables users to combine multiple movie files into a single new file.
Simply click [Add] button to add video files to [File Combination] window.

* You can also add video files by dragging and dropping to [File Combination] window.

File Saving Format

* MPEG(system stream)format : Encode to one video file.
It can be used for PIXELA's "Capty DVD/VCD Ver.2".
* MPEG(elementary stream)format : Separate files to video data and audio data.
It can be used for Apple's "DVD Studio Pro".
* DV Stream format : Encode as a DV Stream.
It can be used as a content for Apple's "iMovie".
* QuickTime Movie : Encode as a QuickTime Movie

** It may not be converted depending on a version of QuickTime or component.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

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