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  1. Originally Posted by geohei View Post
    I have a license.
    However I didn't update VRD for quite a while (running presently 6.62.6).
    Is there am archive where I can download all the versions?
    That's the last official version. There was a later beta release, for which there is a link posted earlier in this forum. As for an archive, Videoredo and all of its associated websites have gone. You may be able to find various versions on shareware websites, try videoredo + download in your preferred search engine. The videoredo website itself is archived on archive.org, where there are links to previous versions, however, the downloadable installers are all cropped at 1M by archive.org, so useless (the actual installer is about 58M for v.6).

    Edit: The last official release was 6.62.6.833.
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    Originally Posted by Marayong View Post
    That's the last official version. ...
    Understood. Many thanks for quick reply!
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    I was using videoredo once in the past and didn't find it useful or intuitive.
    virtualdub is still the king for professional video editors
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    Originally Posted by Tuskacz
    virtualdub is still the king for professional video editors
    For some things, possibly. But it can't smart-render. That's what VideoRedo is mainly for.
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    Originally Posted by Alwyn View Post
    Originally Posted by Tuskacz
    virtualdub is still the king for professional video editors
    But it can't smart-render. That's what VideoRedo is mainly for.
    And, the QuickStreamFix function which is invaluable ... and it appears, unique ...
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  6. Originally Posted by tuskacz View Post
    I was using videoredo once in the past and didn't find it useful or intuitive.
    virtualdub is still the king for professional video editors
    VideoReDo is not a video editor but a lossless cutter with a few basic other options like adding chapters, container change, transcoding or making simple DVD. So no wonder that you didn't find it useful as you don't understand its purpose.
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  7. Solveig MM Splitter is similar to VRD but if memory serves no QFS
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  8. Originally Posted by Marayong View Post
    Originally Posted by geohei View Post
    I have a license.
    However I didn't update VRD for quite a while (running presently 6.62.6).
    Is there am archive where I can download all the versions?
    That's the last official version. There was a later beta release, for which there is a link posted earlier in this forum. As for an archive, Videoredo and all of its associated websites have gone. You may be able to find various versions on shareware websites, try videoredo + download in your preferred search engine. The videoredo website itself is archived on archive.org, where there are links to previous versions, however, the downloadable installers are all cropped at 1M by archive.org, so useless (the actual installer is about 58M for v.6).

    Edit: The last official release was 6.62.6.833.
    Which was the beta that included H265 editting?
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  9. v6.63.7.836 can edit h265 (hevc).
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  10. Originally Posted by Methanoid View Post
    Which was the beta that included H265 editting?
    I don't use H.265 (aka hevc) myself, but according to the videoredo changelog it is supported in all v.6 releases, but not earlier ones (ie v.5 & below).
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