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Offline Dmitry Vergeles

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Ann: SolveigMM Video Editing SDK 1.0 released
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2007, 10:43:01 AM »
Solveig Multimedia released long-awaited SolveigMM Video Editing SDK v 1.0
http://solveigmm.com/?Products&id=EditingSDK

SolveigMM Video Editing SDK is a software development kit to enable programmers to develop applications for advanced editing digital video/audio data of various formats (MPEG-2, ASF/WMV/WMA, AVI ) using Solveig Multimedia components.

SolveigMM Video Editing SDK is composed of the editing components to be COM objects and DirectShow filters, Visual C++, VB.Net, VB 6.0 sample applications, developer reference documentation and API.

Fealures:
# Multipart Frame accurate trimming MPEG-2 video files
    * Supported MPEG-2 Program and Transport streams

# Multipart GOP-accurate trimming AVI files
    * Supported AVI formats: AVI DV type 1,2; OpenDML AVI; AVI files contained audio/video streams encoded by any codecs; AVI files of any size (>2Gbytes and even 4 Gbytes)

# Multipart GOP-accurate trimming WMV files
    * Supported WMV format: WMV files contained audio/video streams encoded by Microsoft Windows Media codecs

# Multipart GOP-accurate trimming ASF files
    * Supported ASF format: ASF files contained audio/video streams encoded by encoded by any third-party codecs

# Multipart trimming audio files
    * Supported audio formats: MPEG-1,2 audio; Windows Media Audio

# Re-multiplexing various media formats to Microsoft ASF format without re-encoding
    * Supported media formats: AVI, Windows Media Format (WMV, WMA, ASF files) MPEG-2 Program Stream, MPEG-2 Transport Stream

# Repairing, Indexing damaged or unindexed Windows Media Files (WMV, WMA, ASF files) by means of re-multiplexing
# Extracting audio or video streams from AVI, WMV, ASF files
# Processing batch of media files. All media files trimming configurations must be described within a batch file (*.xtl)
Regards,
Dmitry Vergeles
Solveig Multimedia