Edius Pro

by Grass Valley Canada

Editing software available for Windows

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Grass Valley Canada

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Last revision: Last week

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Grass Valley Edius Pro is a real-time video editor. The program supports the installation of rollers with different frame rates and in almost any resolution (up to 4K). Edius Pro works with virtually any media container and uncompressed video.

You can add new materials to your project using the handy GV Browser tool. It allows you to quickly find and filter media files by various parameters. Like any modern video editor, Edius Pro allows you to apply different effects and transitions to your video. Changes made to some video formats (HDV, DV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVCHD, etc.) can be viewed without prior rendering. When saving the finished project, the program uses its own codec Canopus HQ, which provides a high degree of compression at low loss as a "picture".

With Edius Pro, you'll have several additional utilities installed on your computer that will surely be useful for those who have to deal with video editing. Among these utilities is Quick Titler, a handy tool designed to work with titles and containing a lot of ready-made presets. Please note that Grass Valley Edius has quite high system requirements. Before installing the software, make sure that it matches your system.

- allows you to work with video in real time;

- supports uncompressed video in most common formats with resolutions up to 4K;

- uses Canopus HQ's own codec;

- offers users a convenient browser for adding new materials to the project;

- contains several additional useful tools.

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