MediaEdit
MediaEdit
3.2

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MediaEdit free download for Mac

MediaEdit

3.2
05 August 2011

Add stunning transitions/effects to your movies.

Overview

MediaEdit is the easy-to-use movie editing software designed for the consumer. Experience a better way to edit.

Built completely from the ground up with the latest video editing technologies. It supports unlimited media layers, comes with standard filters and transitions, and edits more than just DV! It can edit virtually all QuickTime compatible formats (.mov, .avi, .mp4, .dv, etc).

Designed specifically for moviemakers, amateur photographers and new creative artists, MediaEdit 3 will show you the world of movie magic and help create professional looking, impressive movie projects.

Key Features:

  • Paint directly onto the movie!
  • Supports virtually all QuickTime compatible files
  • Unlimited media layers
  • Add video, audio and text instantly
  • Non-destructive editing
  • Multiple levels of undo
  • Live previews and background rendering
  • Capture video and audio
  • Powerful yet easy-to-use timeline
  • Resize and position clip display region
  • Comes with standard effects, filters and transitions
  • Video composition: chroma keying, matte, hard light, etc.
  • Export to QuickTime, DV, MPEG-4 and to the web
  • Add chapter markers
  • Create slideshows

What's new in MediaEdit

Version 3.2:
  • Adds support for OS X 10.7.

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3 MediaEdit Reviews

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Rumplestiltskin
25 September 2008

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This is a very interesting application. Seems to be quite happy playing with MPEG4/H264 (avc1) files. Does picture-in-picture in a snap. Titling is also quite easy and intuitive. It's almost like the offspring of FCE & iMovieHD (and I mean that as a compliment). I'll definitely be working with this app to see if it will be the right workflow for my NLE needs. I'm not providing a rating of any sort yet as I don't know the app well enough to provide a valid judgement.
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Version 3.0.6
Rumplestiltskin
25 September 2008
This is a very interesting application. Seems to be quite happy playing with MPEG4/H264 (avc1) files. Does picture-in-picture in a snap. Titling is also quite easy and intuitive. It's almost like the offspring of FCE & iMovieHD (and I mean that as a compliment). I'll definitely be working with this app to see if it will be the right workflow for my NLE needs. I'm not providing a rating of any sort yet as I don't know the app well enough to provide a valid judgement.
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Version 3.0.6
Backpacker
08 April 2008
Revision 4 of MediaEdit 3.0.1 (released April 8 '08) has fixed the crashing in the Audio function when USB-headphones were or were not used, or plugging and unplugging them. Thanks for being on the ball!
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Version 3.0.1r3
Backpacker
07 April 2008
Revision 3 of MediaEdit 3.0.1, released April 7 '08, finally works on my G4 with Leopard. Thanks. BTW, as with v3.0.0, selecting Audio (on the right-hand-side of the Project window) consistently causes crashing if my USB-headphones aren't plugged in. It seems like M.E. remembers that I first tried it with the headphones, and now requires them for the Audio function always. Unplugging the headphones in Audio also causes the crash ('An exception of class NilObjectException was not handled. The application must shut down.')
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Version 3.0.1
1 answer(s)
Meinboi
Meinboi
07 April 2008
Great! I switched it back to the previous way of saving frames. I'll check on that exception error. What happens if you plugged it in and then change the audio source? Still crash?
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Version 3.0.1r3