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Showing posts with label Review. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Create 3D & Multi-track Videos for Videographers With Latest Update to Pavtube MXF MultiMixer

The latest upgrade to Pavtube's MXF MultiMixer and iMixMXF software allows users to now create 3D videos and still support multi-track audio preservation. The latest upgrade also allows MXF videos to be played on websites, tablets, smartphones, HD Media Players and TVs.

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Photographers and videographers can now convert 2D videos to 3D and preserve or mix MXF multi audio tracks with the latest upgrade to Pavtube's MXF MultiMixer and its Mac version, iMixMXF.

The MXF video format is familiar to most professional videographers and enthusiasts if they use any sort of professional camera or camcorder. However the MXF format is not supported by major editing software(Convert Canon MXF to multiple audio tracks ProRes 422 for FCP 6/7), most websites, tablets, smart phones and TVs, and people cannot play MXF video on them directly.

The Pavtube MXF MultiMixer software is designed to help those video-graphing fans to be able to edit or play videos on these platforms and also do much more with their videos.

"I get numerous customer requests everyday asking for ways to convert MXF video for all usable formats. A lot of users shoot videos with camcorders in HD quality and then want to upload the videos online, to websites like YouTube and others," said Sally Lee, one of Pavtube's customer support professionals.

Sally continued, "Many people converting MXF multi-track videos have tried to have all audio tracks in one video, but weren't able to do so. They simply mix them up into one, or lose one or two tracks. Some customers also have the need to output 3D videos. With the recent upgrade to our software, we found a way to help them."

Many professional cameras and camcorders now record videos with multiple audio tracks in MXF format. Canon XF series cameras, for example, are the most typical and widely used models which include two audio tracks, one is recorded by the microphone and the other recorded by headset. Of course, more audio tracks options come with more professional devices, such as Panasonic P2 MXF, and Sony XDCAM MXF.

Pavtube's developers found ways to meet customers' needs with some advanced technology in the first version of MXF MultiMixer/iMixMXF and helped users retain the original audio tracks in .MKV, .MP4 and .MOV. With this latest upgraded version they were able to add 3D output.

Sally continued "Some customers also found it helps fix some Cannon C300 clips that were corrupt, and can merge several clips into one bigger clip. These 2 features are also frequently mentioned and favored by other Pavtube users."

"With this latest update with 3D video output feature, Pavtube MXF MultiMixer/iMixer becomes unique among MXF converters. It is really good news for video editing hobbyists. They are now able to convert their current 2D videos to 3D in MKV, MOV, AVI, MP4, WMV formats so that they can play 3D video on various portable devices, and make 3D Stereoscopic editing with Premiere Pro CS5 etc. And it's still a perfect multi-track MXF mixer and preserver," concluded Sally. (How to Mix multiple audio tracks into one track on Mac?)

From Videographers Can Now Create 3D & Multi-track Videos With the Latest Update to Pavtube MXF MultiMixer

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Top MXF Converter for Mac Review: Pavtube iMixMXF vs Tipard MXF Converter for Mac

Which MXF Converter for Mac is the best MXF Converter software in 2016 or future? If you want to get a top MXF Converter for Mac to convert Panasonic P2 MXF, Canon MXF, Avid MXF and Sony XAVC MXF/XDCAM MXF preserving multiple audio channels and original timecode, etc., this Mac MXF Converter Review will be helpful. We give you top MXF Converter for Mac software reviews for you here. You can according the review to choose a best multi-tracks MXF Converter for you. 

A Brief Review on top MXF Converter for Mac: Pavtube iMixMXF vs Tipard MXF Converter for Mac

Note: If you are running on Windows, please refer to the review Best Multi-track MXF Converter Review

Main interface


Pavtube iMixMXF offers two icons on the top left for "add videos" and "add from folder"; Tipard MXF Converter for Mac integrates them into one, the same place on the top left.

We load three mxf clips in different Camera models.

Source video properties

In Pavtube iMixMXF, we can find a bubble under the three titles. Click it to check the input video/audio properties including video/audio stream, format, resolution, frame rate, bitrate and duration.

Tipard MXF Converter for Mac also has an icon to show source file properties as following. But it seems it didn't show all the info of audio stream. If you want to check/switch them, you'll need to click and select in "Audio Track".

Output Presets:

As a beginner, the output presets (or profiles) are very important to give you conversion guidance with no need to change the bitrate, framerate, size or other figures. Both Pavtube and Tipard have various presets for different devices, and NLEs. Both of them support customize outputting preset if it's needed.

Video Edition:

Let's move on to edit videos before conversion.

Click the 3D icon on top of Pavtube iMixMXF, it pops up a windows to let you trim, crop, add text/image/video watermark, remove/replace audio, add subtitles and add 3D effect. Well organized.

In Tipard MXF Converter for Mac, the Trim feature is listed separately. The rest crop, effect, edit audio and add 3D effect work the same with Pavtube iMixMXF, except the preview window is difficult to see. Besides, the Tipard MXF Converter for Mac is not able to add video watermark as the former.

Now let do a test to convert mxf to prores on both the converters.

Test: workflow of converting MXF to ProRes 422 for FCP X

We test with one MXF clip from Canon XF100 with two audio tracks.

1. We choose "Multi-track video -> Multi-track Apple Prores 422(*.mov)" in Pavtube iMixMXF and "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)" in Tipard MXF Converter for Mac.

2. Choose audio tracks in Settings.

Pavtube iMixMXF offers settings for Video and Audio; all the audio streams are showed here. We check both the audio track as apparently we want to save all the sound we recorded. Also it offers a mix into one track option; we keep it unchecked.

In Tipard MXF Converter for Mac main interface, we found the options for Audio Track; but there's no way to select all of them. So we just check the first stream.

3. Start conversion.

Click the Convert icon at nearly the same time. We can see Pavtube iMixMXF (right) shows the percentage while Tipard MXF Converter for Mac (left) doesn't, the preview window changes with the process, but it's stuttering all the time.

4. Import to Final Cut Pro X.

Both the two converted completes at the same time. Now click Open output folder to locate the converted video and import them into FPCX.

We can see both the audio tracks saved separately as original in Pavtube converted video, and the timecode is kept.

While in converted video from Tipard MXF Converter for Mac, it only includes one audio track—the first one we selected. And the original timecode is removed; it's really confusing us as we thought it's basic and should be not difficult to realize.

All the steps done; thanks to Pavtube and Tipard for bringing us the great MXF converting programs despite that we have made a decision
FYI: during our research online, there's another MXF Converter for Mac from Pavtube but it seems to be the lite version of Pavtube iMixMXF. For users who only records one audio track, the former is recommended and it costs less than the latter Pro version. 

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Monday, September 2, 2013

Best Multi-track MXF Converter Review: Which one is the best multitracks MXF Converter?

Summary: If you want to convert multi audio channels P2 MXF/MXF to MOV, MP4 or MKV format and want to keep multi audio channels, a professional multitracks MXF Converter is needed. Which one is the best multitracks MXF Converter? Pavtube, Bigasoft, Wondershare or Aiseesoft? The article will help you.

Material Exchange Format, commonly abbreviated to MXF, is a container file format for the exchange of program material between servers, tape streamers and to digital archives. It is an uncompressed format that can bundle together multiple video, audio and program data, which makes a lossless file format with large size. So it is widely used in high definition camcorders like Panasonic P2 Pro AG-HPX600, AG-HPX500, AG-HPX170, AG-HPX171, AG-HVX200, AG-HVX201, AG-HPX300, AG-HPX370/371, AJ-HPX3700, AJ-HPX3000, AJ-HPX3100, AJ-HPX2700, AJ-HPX2000, AJ-HPX2100, etc.

“I have an .MXF video that was recorded with two microphones that play on different channels. I had 2 mics hooked up to my camera. At the beginning of the video {at 4 seconds}, while the person in the video is standing there, a person behind the scenes is asking him a question. Then, when you see the person in the video talking {at 9 seconds} you should hear his voice. 

If convert the .MXF file to MP4 and play, you can hear the person behind the scenes ask the question, but not hear the person in the video talking. See my MP4 example. If convert the .MXF file to .MOV and play, you CAN NOT hear the question being asked and can hear the person in the video talking. See my MOV example. If I try to import either video into video editing programs like Pinnalce Studio 15, Sony Vegas, Magix, I only get the one side of the conversation. 

So, something seems the conversion process is dropping the other audio. Make more sense now?”

Suppose that you have shot an interview with movie star, sport star or CEO of corporation for television program, but when you convert these P2 MXF files to other formats for further playback or editing, you always encounter some problems like no audio in output files, only one channel of audio in output files. It is so annoying! To find the proper MXF converter for help is the key. When you search it in google, you may find lots of software, like Bigasoft, Wondershare, Aiseesoft. However, when you try them, you may always have the problem of no audio in output files and they cannot support to output all the channels of audio. 

Here Pavtube MXF MultiMixer (For Mac: iMixMXF) is the best choice for you. It will help to import MXF files and convert to various video formats compatible to playback or editing. And what’s more, it also supports to convert to MKV, MP4, MOV with multiple audio channels and mix multiple audio channels into one for output. Now let me show you how it works.

Go to download powerful multitracks MXF Converter and get it installed.

1. Import P2 MXF files to MXF Converter.

As all the P2 MXF recordings will be stored in P2 card with a special folder structure. The video and audio are stored in two different folders separately. You will get the video in video folder while all the audio channels in audio folder. So please make sure to keep the video and audio folder structure intact when loading.

p2 mxf folder

Then drag and drop the video into the software directly. Or you can choose to click “Add video” or “Add from folder” button to browse your computer and select the MXF source to import.

 pavtube multi-track mxf converter

Note: When you import the MXF files in video folder, the software will automatically recognize and load all the corresponding audio channels. Do not need to manually load multiple audio channels, which avoid the problem of no audio in output files. Click “Show selected task properties” you are able to see the detailed properties of video and audio.

But some other software like Bigasoft, the audio cannot be recognized and imported automatically, and the same to Wondershare, Aiseesoft.

bigasoft mxf converter 

2. Choose Multi-track output format.

In Format dropdown list, there is a Multi-track Video catalogue. You can choose Multi-track MKVMulti-track MP4 orMulti-track MOV according to your need. Any of them will keep all the multiple audio channels separate in output video so that you can select any desired audio channel when playing or editing it.

convert multi audio channels mxf to mov, mp4, mkv

3. Adjust output settings and Mix into one channel.

Click “Settings” button to change the video and audio parameters and uncheck the audio channel for output. And every audio channel is checked by default.

If you want to merge all the multiple audio channels or some selected audio channels into one channel for output video, just go to check “Mix into one track” on the left bottom.

choose audio files you want

4. Start multi audio channels MXF conversion.

Before conversion, you should “Borwse” the path for output files. Now click “Convert” button to start converting multi audio channels P2 MXF to MOV, MP4, MKV and keeping multi audio channels.

Note: If you have imported several MXF file and want to merge them into one big output file, check “Merge into one file” on the main interface before conversion.

Besides converting to multi-track videos, it still supports to convert MXF to other many other video formats with one desired audio channel. And that is exactly what Pavtube MXF Converter can do for you as well. If you have no need for preserving multiple audio channels and mixing multiple audio channels into one channel, you just want to convert MXF files to other formats with proper audio. Choosing MXF Converter will meet all your need, especially you won’t suffer the problem with no audio. And you can learn more information about how to convert P2 MXF/MXF files on Win/Mac

Don’t worry about the problem about converting MXF files. No matter you wan to select keep all the audio channels separate for output or want to mix them into one channel, the software can help to get all of them done. Go to have a try now!

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

20% OFF Convert/Merge DVD to MP4 format for playback

“I want to convert my DVD's to MP4 format. Source video is normally DVD Blu ray Player. With .mp4 format I can put the files on a WD TV Live box connected to TV. The WD box is wifi'd in my network. I can also play the files on my iPad. Some DVD's have episodes or multiple titles. It would be nice to be able to get more than one episode or title at a time.”

As MP4 is the most compatible format for many popular devices and media players, more people want to convert DVD movies to MP4 format for further playback. In this way, they can enjoy DVD movies on their high definition TV with WD box, share them with friends and watch them on their smartphones or tablets whenever they want to. However, some DVDs are the collections of multiple episodes or titles. Is there any easy and quick solution to merge them into one output file? Yes, of course. A wonderful DVD to MP4 Converter is necessary. It will help to both convert and merge DVD to MP4 format.

(Great news for you! Now here is a 20% discount for Pavtube Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac because of the Summer Holiday Sale. Last 4 days! Go to get the special price asap and do not miss it.)

It is good at converting the latest Blu-ray/DVD and various HD videos including from camcorders to a variety of video formats for iOS/Android/Windows Tablets & Phones and HD Media Players as well as video editing software including Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer, Pinnacle Studio, Windows Movie Maker and more. Besides, you are allowed to edit the videos before conversion and it supports merge multiple files into one output file. Now go to try the trial version to experience what it can do for you.

Here let me show you how to convert and merge DVD to MP4 format step by step. Before going on, please make sure having downloaded and installed it.

(Note: Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is made for Mac users)

Step 1. Load DVD disc.
Launch the program and click “Load file” button to import DVD source. After loading it successfully, you can go to select subtitle and audio tracks for output.

pavtube video converter ultimate

Check the “Merge into one file” on the main interface; you will get multiple selected titles into one output file. It merges not only the chapter in to a title and file but merges the titles in to one file. If you want to merge DVD with multiple episodes or titles into one MP4 file, check it before conversion.

Step 2. Choose MP4 format.

In the dropdown list of “Format”, there are a mass of video format. You can choose MP4 format directly or choose the desired portable devices. Just choose according to your own needs.

convert dvd to mp4

Note: You are also allowed to change the video and audio parameters like codec, bitrate, channels, frame rate, etc. You can adjust it according to your demand or keep it default for output.

Step 3. Convert DVD to MP4.

Click the “Convert” button to start converting DVD to MP4 format. With the technology of CUDA acceleration it will provide you fast conversion speed. Once completed, go to “Open” the generated MP4 files for playback. (Check CUDA acceleration here)

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Sunday, August 25, 2013

User-friendly Blu-ray Ripper: ByteCopy vs DVDfab, Which one is best?

Description: Which is more user-friendly Blu-ray Ripper on the market from three aspect: disc loading, backing up Blu-ray/DVD main movie in m2ts without any quality loss, profile customizing, multiple audio tracks and subtitle streams retaining, srt/ass/ssa subtitle adding, output multi tracks MKV/MP4/MOV and converting. DVDfab? Pavtube ByteCopy? The article will show you.

No matter you are a newbie or professional who wanna get Blu-ray Disc collection backed up to computer hard drive or ripped Blu-ray movies to other video format for playback on new iPad 3, iPad mini, Apple TV 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Tab 3, Google Nexus 7, Surface, Kindle Fire HD, etc, it is not easy to find the suitable tool because there is so many on the market.

In below article I compare two most popular and hottest tools on the market from three aspects, disc loading, profile customizing and converting, hope it can help you more or less and you can make a much easier choice.

Prepared tools:
  • DVDFab trial version
  • Pavtube ByteCopy trial version
  • An external Blu-ray Disc drive
  • A Blu-ray Disc (take Avatar for example)

Part 1. Load Blu-ray Disc.

DVDFab: I insert the disc before running DVDFab, and when I open the software it automatically detect the disc and start loading. While it seems like that DVDFab cannot correctly detect the BD region code. My Blu-ray Disc Avatar is region A and region B, while after loading into DVDFab, it shows this disc is from region C by default and I have to manually change to correct region for successful disc loading. 

Meanwhile it takes 3-5 minutes to finish disc loading process, and there is no estimated loading time period so I have no idea how long it will take until it is complete after 5 minutes.

ByteCopy: I installed Pavtube ByteCopy on the same computer and click this "Load Disc" icon to import same Avatar Blu-ray Disc, I do not need to choose BD Region Code or anything else, and it only takes about 10 seconds to finish disc loading. 

Plus, there is a percentage showing the progress of disc loading so I would know when the disc can be successfully imported.

Part 2. Custom profile settings.

1. Disc audio streams and subtitle tracks selection.

DVDFab: The GUI of DVDFab is very fresh and I could easily know the functions of every button, like the "Edit" icon for cropping and resizing source disc, the device image or "Profile" icon for output format settings, the "Advanced Settings" for customizing profile parameters, etc.

But I had trouble finding the icon to selecte subtitle and audio track in the first place, and accidentally I put my mouse on the selected Disc title, now I see the drop-down list of subtitle and audio tracks.

ByteCopy: There are obvious icons on Pavtube GUI so I can easily set up the desired subtitle track and audio stream.

2. Video editing option.

DVDFab offers two video editing options, one is Resize output movie resolution and another is Crop unwanted video black bars.

In ByteCopy Video Editor Tab, I find other options beside crop and resize, including trimming, adding text/image/video watermark, adding video effect, audio editor and attaching srt/ass/ssa subtitles, etc. Meanwhile, on ByteCopy GUI, I am able to merge several video clips into one or split one large movie into several segments.

Part 3. Start conversion.

1. Automatic rename function.

DVDFab: Once complete profile settings, I click the big "Start" button to convert my Avatar Blu-ray. While here comes an error message which shows "The file already existed, do you want to overwrite it?" because I did a similar conversion before. If I choose "Yes", my current ripped movie would overwrite the previous one and the previous ripped movie is gone forever, but if I choose "No", the conversion just aborts and tells me "Process Failed", so weird.

Later I realize that I have to manually rename the movie before starting conversion to avoid this error message again.

ByteCopy: I completely rip this movie without renaming the file and Pavtube ByteCopy does not pop up any similar error, instead it would add a number like 0, 1, 2,…at then end of the output movie name, so I will not loose any of the movies I ripped, this amazes me.

3. Locate output file.

In DVDFab, I cannot find any button that would lead me to the created movie, it means I have to remember to file path I set up then open computer hard drive to look for that file; in Pavtube ByteCopy, it is considerate to put "Open" icon on GUI to locate the ripped movie, or I could click this "Open output folder" on conversion UI as well.

Below is my point of view about these two BD ripping tool, DVDFab and Pavtube ByteCopy, and considering to user-friendly aspect, I prefer Pavtube ByteCopy.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Best Free DVD Ripper and Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate from Pavtube Studio

August 14. 2013 - To provide better customer experience, Pavtube Studio releases three free software: Free DVD RipperDVD Ripper for MacFree Video DVD Converter Ultimate, for converting various DVDs and videos.

Click here to get free converter:

Clients are free to use any of them to rip and convert the favorite DVD collection to many video formats so as to protect DVD from being ruined. And video users need to use Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate to convert a large variety of HD videos and the latest DVD movie to common formats used to playback, sharing, backing up, burning or editing.

Mutual key features:
  • Convert and backup any DVD: Users can rip and convert both common DVD and commercial DVD with copyright protection.
  • Convert and backup DVD to MOV/MKV/AVI/WMV, etc: Users can choose to convert to MOV for sharing it with friends in blog, to MKV for watching in VLC Player, or to WMV for editing with Windows Movie Maker, and so on.
  • Merge/split/trim/crop DVD: Users are able to simply edit the video before conversion including merging multiple videos into one file, cutting off the ads of DVD, adding subtitles to source videos, etc.
  • DVD volume adjusting: Users can adjust video and audio parameters, such as bitrate, size, frame rate, etc, according to different requirement. In this way, users can change the size of target files.

One more feature of Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate:
  • Convert any videos including Tivo conversion: Videos users can choose it to convert different videos.

They are very easy-to-use and will provide you high-quality videos with sync of audio and video. And at the same time, Pavtube studio also announces the upgrade version with more function. Clients can get more great experience of upgrade version.

More highlights in upgrade version:
  • Full Disk Copy: DVD users can 1:1 backup of DVD with original structure and chapter marks preserved and use it to create ISO files or DVD discs.
  • Directly Copy: DVD collectors can backup the intact main movie of DVD removing menu and some promotional clips, which is helpful to save DVD in smaller size and enjoy DVD movies with less time.
  • Output MP4 files: Clients can put it onto many popular portable devices, like iPad, iPhone, Samsung Table, Samsung S4, etc, to carry them anywhere. On the long way to go to work or on boring railway in travel, watching a favorite DVD movie is the best way to kill time.
  • Conversion to various editing software: Clients can choose to output to Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, etc for editing. With it, Clients can edit some DVD clips for educational activities or corporate videos, or edit some videos for posting to some video sharing website like Youtube or sharing with family.

Clients are free to download free software:

Pricing and Availability for upgrade version:

Upgrade version of Free DVD Ripper and Free DVD Ripper for Mac costs $35(USD), and upgrade version of Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate costs $49(USD). Clients can purchase them by Paypal, credit card, phone and so on. What's more, like us on Facebook can get 20% off upgrade discount.

Clients can try the free trial version only with watermarks in the middle of output video.

About Company:

Founded in the year of 2007, Pavtube is relatively young but it never lacks passion and creativity as well as hard working. They create expert multimedia software applications that help consumers simply access, transfer and share their digital contents across different devices that range from PC, Mac, tablets, smartphones, to HD media players, game consoles, and home theaters.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

ClipWrap vs Pavtube Media Magician for Mac | Best Camcorder Partners for Mac users

Are you a digital enthusiasts? If yes, maybe you'll find a great many of today's camcorders record to a variety of media types whether they be to hard-disk, Compact Flash or SD cards. These transport files tend not to be suited well for post production, especially on a Mac.

Camcorder users often have demand to edit their camera videos on kinds of editing software, such as Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, iMovie, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Avid and more. But, many users have problems to import their camcorder videos into the editors, such as:

Question 1: 
"I got Canon XF305 recently and it output MPEG-2 MXF files. I tried to import the MXF videos to Final Cut Pro 7, but it did not recognized. Any suggestions? I'm new to Mac and I take tons of videos of the kids and I do not want to switch back to my old PC (which can't process HD movies without skipping them). Thanks in advance!"

Canon XF305 generates video in MXF and it is not compatible with most Mac video nonlinear edit programs such as?FCP and FCE. Some of Canon camcorders is supported by FCP X but not working with FCP 7. You need to get a professional Mac MXF Converter. I recommended Pavtube Media Magician for Mac for it's easy to use and works efficiently and it's well commented on website. ClipWrap does not support MXF files.

Question 2: 
"Hi, I have a Sony HDR-TG1 and a Macbook Pro. I am looking for a good video editing software that will allow me to work with my camera's AVCHD format. I have read a lot of things about Final Cut Pro and how it doesn't support AVCHD without conversion. I was wondering if there is a loss of quality that arises from the conversion or if the video is just as good?"

Any conversion reduces quality, it's just a fact.?AVCHD?is a nightmare, highly compressed, when you try to edit it, your computer will have to do a lot of work. Since you need to edit them in FCP, the best codec FCP preferred is Apple ProRes. I recommend Pavtube Media Magician for Mac or ClipWrap.

By google, you can find more questions about importing various camcorder videos to Mac.

Here is a guide about the easiest video editor for Camcorder Beginners, hope it can help you.

Because camcorder recordings aren't always supported well by such editing software, or they need a long time for rendering, actually, the process of transcoding Camcorder footage to editor preferred video codec. Most of the time, we need the help of 3rd party tool to help us easily making the editing. Today this article is mainly talking about the two camcorder partners, ClipWrap and Pavtube Media Magician.

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ClipWrap vs Pavtube Media Magician for Mac

ClipWrap is a Mac only application designed to make an HDV or AVCHD file compatible with your NLE application whether it be Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Avid, or Adobe Premier Pro. According to my own tests, Pavtube's Media Magician almost contains all the features the ClipWrap has. While the price is much cheaper. Pavtube Media MagicianWindows version also available.

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