Avidemux for Mac OS X by the team is a professionally done high performing video editor freeware tool. Use this tool to simply cut, crop, edit or filter any video files from any source. Compatible with the contemporary video file formats and hardware sources like the CD, DVD, Blu-ray; the Avidemux is embedded with bunch of codecs. These codecs help the tool to deliver the strength in running and working with multiple video file formats.
If you are a videography professional or working for the media industry or have hobby of video editing, Avidemux will benefit you. The simple user interface with larger display window built-in the frame makes the editing easier for everyone. Download the freeware to work on AVI, MPEG, MP$ and ASF and other files.
The Avidemux for Mac OS X being a simpler functional tool have wisely leveraged its performance capabilities on the promises it made to the users. People can process lots of file at a time, manage the cue, edit single file at a time. And with the self explaining interface with command buttons cutting, adding effect, converting the format, transferring to a newer compatible source and doing other editorial jobs is easier.
To name few of its available features, Avidemux comes with support for wider array of input and output formats. It contains decoders for video and audio to ensure lossless video editing. The tool also comprises with advanced audio and video encoders to add perfection to user’s work. The advanced users of video creation tools and multimedia tools; Avidemux lives with bug trackers. Thus they will remain informed about bug related information and improvise the tool to meet their needs.
Video deinterlacing, file format conversion, standalone output storing, codecs modification, scripting, customizing filter etc are few important features that come with the Avidemux. Lastly, the tool works and runs on all operating systems and devices. Therefore, with Avidemux users can do their work on the go.
|Avidemux for Mac OS X 2.7.1v2 Jan 28, 2019||Small change in appImage|
|Avidemux for Mac OS X 2.7.1 Jun 5, 2018||
Add LibVA based HW accelerated H.264 encoder (Intel/Linux)
Fix last frames of video not retrieved from decoder
Implement hardware accelerated decoding of H.264 on macOS
Fix keyframe-based navigation in field-encoded MPEG-2 video
Fix crash in the Matroska demuxer with high bitrate audio
Fix too short duration reported for MKV and MP4 with B-frames
Fix PTS delay calculation in the Matroska demuxer
Fix audio delay ignored by the Mp4 demuxer
Improve resilience of FFmpeg based muxers against decode timestamps irregularities
Allow to force display aspect ratio in the configuration of the MP4 muxer
Fix crash in the AVI muxer on switch to OpenDML
Add PNG export, fix wrong colors with some colorspaces
Add feature to export selection as JPEG images
Fix AVI with H.264 / HEVC without B-frames being not seekable
|Avidemux for Mac OS X 2.7.0 Sep 5, 2017||
FFmpeg switched to the 3.3.x branch
Fixed frame computation bug that led to bad cutting (euma)
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