BlazeVideo Video Editor Released With Large Video Editing Features

SHENZHEN, April 24, 2012 – BlazeVideo, Inc. , one of the leading multimedia software providers that specializes in DVD copy and ripper, video converter, photo and video editor, releases its new software BlazeVideo Video Editor 1.0.0, majoring to create professional videos in few clicks. Its intuitive design makes perfect video editing so easy! The following will briefly explain all the features of this new BlazeVideo Video Editor.
BlazeVideo Video Editor is a Windows-based video editing tool that works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
BlazeVideo Video Editor allows you to edit and convert almost all key video formats like RM, RMVB, AVI, WMV, ASF, MPEG, MPG, M1V, MPV2, MP4, DAT, FLV, MOV, VOB,etc..
Do everything you need to create and edit perfect videos or movies with BlazeVideo Video Editor: clip, trim, crop, rotate and flip videos, apply effects in brightness, hue, saturation and contrast, insert text watermark and subtitles.
This every-one-can-use video editing software allows media experts or amateurs to enjoy amazing video and audio quality by flexibly adjusting video parameter such as video size, video bitrate, sample rate, audio bitrate. People can even preview the video effects in real time with BlazeVideo Video Editor!
Share videos or movies with friends or family by converting the edited movies to iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, HTC, Nokia, BlackBerry, known smart phones, etc.
BlazeVideo Video Editor - edit or create videos or movies easily


How to Make an Olympic Video & Win Big Prizes

Since London 2012 Olympic Games is coming closer, BlazeVideo has released a new giveaway activity for HDTV Player Professional, Video Magic Ultimate and VideoFlick. It’s very easy to attend and win big prizes. Nobody loses this time. Here is the guide for people how to attend the giveaway activity and win big prizes.
Before reading the below tutorial, please place your focus on the basic three required rules that every competition video must meet.
  1. Your video must be edited by Video Magic or VideoFlick. (One of them must be used at least. Download Video Magic and VideoFlick directly now.)
  2. Your video title must include: BlazeVideo 2012 Olympics Giveaway + (Your video name). Example: BlazeVideo 2012 Olympics Giveaway – I Love Olympics
  3. After editing, you video must be uploaded to Youtube. And then you need to send your video link to us by marketing@blazevideo.com.
Now Follow the tutorial step by step:


Since London 2012 Olympic Games is coming closer and closer, there are more and more little tidbits to appear on the internet, such as the following video. 
You can download the videos you like with Video Magic.
Or if you create your own video, you can skip this step.


After downloading, you can edit them directly. Video Magic allows you to trim, crop, add subtitles & watermarks, etc. You can get the parts you like by cropping and edit their brightness, hue, saturation and contrast.
Note: If you only have one video to edit and upload, you can use VideoFlick directly. Although Video Magic has more editing functions, VideoFlick also supports video editing function.


If you have made several videos, you can merge them by using Video Magic or VideoFlick. Both of them support merging videos. When merging, you can add title and credits which will make your video more remarkable.


You have finished your video. Now you need to upload your videos to Youtube. You can upload your video to Youtube by using VideoFlick. Or you can have your own way. 


The History of DivX and the Latest Software Players That Can Play DivX

DivX is known to create a balance between file size and quality with its very effective compression capabilities. Due to these capabilities, it becomes one of the codecs used for extracting audio and video from a source to the hard disk of the PC for archiving and transcoding copies. And many software developers released their own styles of DivX players.
The commercial DivX in competition with Microsoft video for Windows in WMV, QuickTime from Apple in the MOV and Real Video in the RMM file formats. A version of open source Xvid is released by Xvid in 2001.


The history of DivX should be traced back to 1998. It was a hacked version of Microsoft’s MPEG-4 version 3. Two French hackers reverse-engineered the MPEG-4 format and came up with an MPEG format encapsulated in AVI instead of ASF it originally had. After that, DVD hacking community enhanced the format, and had the DivX version 3.0. From 2002, the DivX, Inc continued to enhance the DivX software and DivX 6.6 was released in 2007.


DivX became widely popular for ripping copy-protected DVD materials for bootleg replication and distribution. Numbers of DVD players are claiming to play DivX materials. The most attractive of the format is that it is free and easy to use. It is versatile and can be used with both Windows and Mac computers. You can play it with many software players.
DivX Plus is the latest DivX player and it is free for Windows, while a Mac version called DivX 7. Besides, there are many other DivX players, such as Windows Media Player 11, Media Player Classic, VLC Player, Songbird, DVD X Player, etc.
Among these latest DivX players, DVD X Player 5.5 is a multifunctional media player software which can play types of media contents like VCD, SVCD, DVD, audio, videos. It also has the ability to record DVD and convert movies to iPod, iPhone, etc. There are frequently free minor updates and free technical documents available on its offical website: dvd-x-player.com.