Sunday, 23 October 2011
Pinnacle VideoSpin v220.127.116.119 Multi (VirtualSoftZone)
VideoSpin is the free video editor that I kind of wish Windows Movie Maker was. It's easy to use, and it doesn't lock up on me the way Windows Movie Maker likes to after I've made a few splices. I first checked out VideoSpin back in early 2008, but today Pinnacle has released an updated version that adds a handful of new features and support for a bunch of new video formats.
VideoSpin 2.0 includes support for YouTube's new higher quality video player. You can upload your finished videos directly to YouTube in widescreen and higher quality formats. You can also import and export .MOV video files, which comes in handy if you have a digital camera that records in Quicktime format.
The basic video editor is available as a free download, but you can also pay for advanced codec support which will allow you to exprt videos in 3GP or Real Media formats. The SpinPack codec pack also adds the ability to save DivX videos or configure your videos for the iPod or PSP. Of course, you can also just save your videos as MPG or AVI files and then use a free video converter like Virtualdub to save convert your files to DivX or XviD. But VideoSpin is aimed at less tech savvy users looking for an all-in-one solution.
Download VedioSpin 2.0.69