I'm trying to choose between these two programs:
- Windows Movie Maker
- VideoReDo (http://www.videoredo.com/en/ProductTVS.htm
VideoReDo is $95.99 and 'Windows Movie Maker' is free. The reason why I'm leaning towards VideoReDo is, because it uses 'Native MPEG Editing'. Does Windows Movie Maker also use 'Native MPEG Editing' or does it 're-encode' each video after editing?
Here's a quote from VideoReDo's website:
"Why is Native MPEG editing important to you? MPEG is a highly compressed format. Most full-featured video editors like Premiere, Ulead, Avid, and Pinnacle convert MPEG files into uncompressed video for editing and then re-encode it when saving the edits. The result is that it can take hours to save your video rather than just minutes as it does with VideoReDo. More importantly, each recoding results in a reduction of quality. With VideoReDo's perfected smart rendering technology you can edit again and again without degrading any of your precious videos."
Many thanks in advance,