The main reason I now talk about the new Wondershare Vivideo is because, I was asked half a year ago by Wondershare, what feature I would want from a new video editor, and I answered that it should be able to import and use flash videos together
with the "normal" video types. And here it is: Wondershare Vivideo 2.0 (new name, there never was a Vivideo version 1).
Now in order to reward your long-term trust and support, we specially offer 50% Discount on Wondershare Vivideo 2.0 with new name, new interface and functions, which is sold online at $39.99. Now you can get it at only $19.99. This is a time-limited special, order your copy now and save more.
Supports Various Formats
Import and export MOV, MP4, MKV, FLV and more, burn DVD or upload to YouTube directly.
Make amazing home movies from all popular videos, audios and photos
Edit and personalize videos/audios/photos with editing features like trim, crop, rotate, set volume, adjust duration, etc. for better overall video effect.
Retouch your movie with rich filters, text styles, transitions and motions
$39.99 $19.99 to Get Vivideo:
Note: Offer expires Nov 11, 2011
My reason for requiring flash videos was of course that all the high quality video editors refuses to recognize flash videos as a proper format for editing. If quality is the key, they are right. But Real Life is that maybe 90% of all videos on the Internet are flash videos, so why the heck should I not be able to use them? No, of course video editors should be able to also import flash movies! Wondershare Vivideo 2.0 can.
If you never are going to import a flash movie for editing, you probably have no reason to use Vivideo - this is not an advanced editor. But if you make the purchase right now ($20 instead of $40), I think the price will match the quality just fine ;-)
Free trial. http://www.wondershare.com/video-editor/
Sadly, the license registering procedure is hard-wired to Internet Explorer.