Its drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to capture video footage onto the editing timeline and assemble a movie in mere minutes. Add professional scene transitions, some background music, a couple of title effects, and get ready to show the world your finished masterpiece. You can even edit and combine popular file formats including AVI, WMV, ASF, MPEG, JPEG and many more, all on the same timeline. This really comes in handy and saves a lot of time, when you want to create something truly unique from multiple media sources. Video Edit Magic supports making movies in MPEG Formats. This is the required format for creating VCD, SVCD, and DVDs. You can also create QuickTime and Digital Video AVI output formats. Movie can be made in both, NTSC as well as PAL standard. A unique benefit of Video Edit Magic is the volume track which is displayed as a volume graph allowing you to change the volume of audio clips at any point from 0% to 400%. You can create fade-ins, fade-outs, Doppler effects, and almost any volume effect that may have required predefined effects. Video Edit Magic makes it easy to join, split, crop, trim, modify color, and merge your video files. It includes more than 150 built-in transitions, making it ideal for hobbyists and professionals to turn ordinary videos into works of art. With Video Edit Magic you can: - Capture Videos using any USB or Fire Wire input device. - Edit the audio and video components of a single media file separately. - Give effects to your videos. - Decorate your videos with more than 150 unique transitions. - Overlay one video over another. - Make movies in AVI, MPEG, WMV, WMA, QuickTime, and DV AVI. - Add a background score / voiceover to your video file. - Join multiple media files together. - Incorporate Text titles in your videos. - Combine multiple file formats on the same timeline. - Cut copy and paste clips from one media file to another. - Create VCD and DVD files. - Trim your videos and audios. - Export your videos to any Digital Video Camera. - Edit the audio and video components of a single media file separately.