VisioForge Video Edit SDK .Net allows programmers to easily integrate video editing and processing capabilities into their software applications. SDK allows you to create your movie using any audio and video files. You can add various effects to it and transition effects between tracks. Video Edit SDK .Net supports the most popular video formats, such as AVI, WMV, MP4, WebM, Matroska, FLV, and MPEG-1/2/4. Also, you can take advantage of other file formats using third-party DirectShow filters. It is possible to export audio to the most popular formats - MP3, AAC/M4A, OGG Vorbis, Windows Media Audio, and WAV (with and without compression).
SDK supports video, audio, and image files on input. Also, you can add images from memory. More than 20 output formats are available. You can stream output over the network or send it to a Blackmagic card.
VIDEO EDITING PIPELINE
Video and audio streams can be processed using various effects. After processing, streams will be split and go to encoders and audio/video renderers.
SDK supports all popular video, audio, and image formats and codecs, including MP4, WebM, AVI, WMV, MPEG-TS, MP3, AAC, JPEG, GIF, and PNG.
Add text, image, or GIF logo. Change brightness, contrast, saturation, or hue. Perform resize, crop, or rotate. Use chroma-key or one of many other video effects.
Add an equalizer to your app to allow users to control your audio. Normalize audio or boost volume level or basses. Many other effects are available.
VisioForge Video Edit SDK .Net major features include:
video formats - AVI, MPEG-1/2, WMV, 3GP, QuickTime MOV, MPEG-4/H264 (AVC), any other if you have a corresponding decoder
audio formats - WAV, MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC, any other if you have corresponding decoder
images - BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG, TIFF
Add a lot of audio/video files and images
Adding various parts of video and audio files to the timeline
Video processing and effects (CPU / GPU)
image and graphic overlays (including animated GIF)
pan / zoom
brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, etc.
resize / crop to any resolution
fade-in / fade-out
3-rd party DirectShow filters support
Transition effects between tracks (above 80, same as in Windows Movie Maker)
RTSP protocol and H264 / AAC codecs
Smooth Streaming protocol to Microsoft IIS Server
RTMP, UDP, and any other protocol supported by FFMPEG.exe