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How to Edit Natively AVCHD without re-encoding...

AVCHD is great for recording footage from the camera, but it can be a challenge for editing. Editing Standard Definition footage on an older computer is easy, but editing AVCHD is another story. Many video-editing programs do not have the capability to edit natively AVCHD files.

Why is it so difficult? There are several reasons:

1. HD video files have up to six times the resolution of SD compressed into about the same file size. It is this heavy compression that makes AVCHD so demanding for native editing.
2. Older computers have slower processors which may not be suitable for the high demands to edit natively AVCHD files
3. The video codec avchd or h.264 codes is actually a finishing codec. Then you edit with this it is highly compressed. The computer has to decompress the file before you can even see it on the screen. So when you add edits, these put an even greater strain on your CPU.

Then, is there a simple and easy to use Frame Accurate solution to edit natively AVCHD files without re-encoding?

The answer is YES.

This the main feature of Our Smart Cutter, it will

Edit natively AVCHD videos captured by DV Cam and HD PVR without re-encoding

It is an easy-to-use video cutter, splits and joins videos quickly in several mouse clicks.

It is a Frame Accurate video editor. You can trim movies in AVCHD format captured by DV Camcorder and DVB HD PVR easily with this tool. Cut commercials out of video stream.

Especially, only small parts on start and end points will be re-encoded, the middle part will remain untouched, lossless. This gives highest speed while reserving highest video quality. So it's called 'Smart Rendering'.

Supporting M2TS, TS, PS, TP, TRP, MTS, MPG, VOB, MP4, MOV; H.264 AVC, AVCHD, MPEG2, DVD etc.

How to Edit Natively AVCHD without re-encoding...

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