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The following is a list of some of the key features of MPEG Video Wizard DVD.

Frame accurate editing: step forward and backward through your video, frame-by-frame, to find exactly the scene you want, or to cut out the ones you don't.
 
Fastest scrubbing of any MPEG editor: Scroll through your entire movie as fast as your mouse can drag the slider. Quickly find the scenes you want to keep, or the ones you want to cut.
 
Fastest frame stepping of any MPEG Editor. Move through your video frame-by-frame at the click of your mouse, or the press of a key. Makes it super easy to zero-in on exactly the desired frame to be edited.
 
No re-encoding when editing DVD-compliant MPEG captures from the latest USB/DVD capture boxes. When using these sources to create a movie for DVD burning, you will not have to wait for many hours while your movie is re-encoded. Instead, your edited video will be written back to disk as fast as any disk-to-disk copy operation.
 
Full AC-3 audio encoder support and DVD authoring with simple DVD menu creation.
 
MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 conversion to export files for both iPod and PSP.
 
Very intuitive and easy-to-use User Interface (UI), with a flexible yet powerful multi-track timeline based editing.
 
Flexible title editor for both text and graphics generation. You can create attractive titles directly with MVW.
 
An extensive transition library with simple controls. Most common transitions can be added using only the mouse.
 
Multiple editing windows, with flexible window configuration and layout, and many more features.

 

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