I don't know. In my post, I was referring to VideoRedoTVS and a new Beta version IS available at http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/search.php?searchid=136222. When you login and click on the hyperlink, it will allow you to download it (but you have to have paid for the TVS version to run it) and shows you the history of the changes made in each previous build. I searched for avi and didn't get any results.
Hi There. I have a couple of questions?
Are you working on being able to edit AVI files at all, and if so how long before you can? And also A lot of people now have Topfild PVR units which are the 700HD type, will you be able to edit these in the future with VideoReDo, and again how long? I see that you can now already edit Topfield 500 model PVR units.
Thanks for your help. Cheers John Hutton.
The MPEG4 was the one I am interested in. You have been saying you are bringing that out for a while now, but still no time ?
What about the Topfield 700HD PVR files are you looking at that at all?
Yes, I think the HD 7000 PVRT series. I've now got one too and it would like to know how VRDTVSuite will fare with it. I've just done a test and VRD opens the file (mpg - not sure if 3 or 4) and will edit etc. But on play it seems to jump a little every now and then. What I guess must be dropped frames.