Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Virtual Edit

Who is Virtual Edit aimed at?
Virtual Edit is aimed at those who want to create home movies, short films, college projects or something for the web. As Virtual Edit has the essential features to create a professional looking video.

Virtual Edit has the power to perform frame accurate editing, which may easily be synchronised to music. Plus you have the ability to immediately view a series of edits to ensure precise artistic timing.

With the Effects Pre-Processor you can change colour balance, gamma, brightness and use various other effects similar to those used in cinema and TV in order to give a professional looking experience.

You can also add a variety of different transitions to move from one clip to the next. There is the universally accepted dissolve which basically fades between clips, and a collection of linear wipes which can be picked from presets, or specified from basic effect parameters.

What computer specification does Virtual Edit require?
  • 1000MHz Pentium III Processor with MMX or equivalent
  • 512MB Ram
  • Recommended 10GB of free hard disk space on an Ultra-DMA drive
  • 24Bit Colour graphics card, minimum 1024x768 512MB
  • Running Windows 7, Vista or XP
  • Pro-HD edition requires DXVA support from your graphics card
  • DirectX V9 (Windows XP - free and can be downloaded from Microsoft)
Will there always be a free version available?
The full versions of Virtual Edit are not actually Free. But to allow users to evaluate the software we offer an 'evaluation' release free of charge.

The 'evaluation' version is compatible with the full retail versions, in that it will still be able to load and play projects, however, various image processing and rendering features will not be available.

What does Virtual Edit Look Like?
Virtual Edit consists of three main tool Windows. The Player, The Browser and The Graphical Edit window.

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