TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has updated its video editing freeware title for Mac and Windows to 1.0.5. MacHouse released the initial version of ScreenEdit almost three days ago. ScreenEdit allows users to edit QuickTime movies by cutting, copying, pasting and trimming frames. A unique feature of ScreenEdit is Split, which allows users to split a single QuickTime movie into up to 19 pieces with equal length plus one file with the remaining length.
The latest update of ScreenEdit supports a new feature called Slide. It’s adopted from ScreenSequence, a freeware title that we introduced a few weeks ago. Slide lets users create simple slideshow movies by using QuickTime’s built-in SMPTE effects. ScreenEdit supports 60 SMPTE effects.
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ScreenEdit is a product of MacHouse.
QuickTime is a product of Apple, Inc.