AVS Video ReMaker Review

Posted on 2007-04-07 20:52:05 by Thomas De Maesschalck

Ask someone ten years ago what a Personal Video Recorder was, and they'd say "VHS". Today, a PVR is a standalone or PC-based digital video recorder, with Tivos and their clones for the masses, Linux boxes with six tuner cards for the geeks, and umpteen Windows Media Center systems for the rest of the world. What most of these systems have in common is great big ugly files full of stuff you don't want. For stuff you only intend to watch once, this doesn't matter; there's also no easy way to get video files out of low-end PVRs. But if you can get at the files, and want to make them pretty - which probably just means trimming crud off the beginning and end and removing advertisements - then you need a program like AVS Video ReMaker.

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