"my work on VirtualDub has been very slow, which I apologize for, but I'd like to thank everyone"
We thank you, sir. I've been using VirtualDub for ten years and I hope that I keep using it for more ten years.
Cheers, from Brazil. :)
Camilo - 27 10 13 - 12:51
Thank you a lot (from France) for this new stable version.
When capturing old 8mm footages, VirtualDub is THE perfect tool: not only to capture, but also, working with AviSynth, to clean, stabilize, improve our clips...
How could we do without it ?!?
Andre - 28 10 13 - 01:00
Don't care if development is slow. VirtualDub is an essential and awesome piece of software, and it's great that it exists and does what it does so well.
Markus - 28 10 13 - 04:19
Thank you for this program. For me VD was, is and will be the ultimate video editor. I use other video converting programs to change other formats to avi - the rest work I do with VD. Greetings from Poland.
Suavek - 28 10 13 - 05:28
Thank you very much (from Ukraine). I started using VD 6 years ago and I hope that I will continue to use it. For old DV/miniDV capturing/editing/converting tasks VD is still the best.
Klotos - 28 10 13 - 22:48
Thank you very much. I was looking for a video editor to edit frame by frame and there was not a tool suitable for me until I found VD.
I would like that VD can edit QT movies.
Helbert - 29 10 13 - 23:29
My father was using VD many years ago and I'm continuing with the tradition ;)
MightyNerd - 02 11 13 - 02:24
Thank you a lot for this awesome program (from Bolivia), I'm using VD many years ago and it have all wath I need to work with video files.
Hammer - 02 11 13 - 03:24
oh wow! i was going to send you a report that i found (i sent one before, but i used wetransfer service and i dont know if you really received) using the 3d accel engine on 1.10.3, and i will if it happends on 1.10.4
lordpacco - 03 11 13 - 01:03
Thank you very much!
Using and enjoying Virtual Dub for more than 10 years now.
Lynax - 03 11 13 - 01:47
I've been using 18.104.22.168 build 2540 all this time, so this is a great bonus!
My sincere thanks and greetings from Australia.
Carlo - 05 11 13 - 13:39
Your program just works and has done for the many, many years that I`ve used it.... "slow development" I would say reflects on you developing a super stable program to start with and not needing much in the way of bug fixing :)
Hope you carry on supporting your baby for many more years to come.... without doubt the best free program I`ve ever used!!
Gribley - 05 11 13 - 18:24
Thank you for your never-ending effort.
What I want from an editing tool is efficiency, lightness, speed, feature rich-ness and VirtualDub has them all into the most flexible tool (which runs flawlessly under wine too!). Nothing compares to it :-)
topolinik - 15 11 13 - 09:00
I've been using your program for many years, always appreciate it much, and hope I can use it for many, many years to come. Thank you for your hard work, and greetings from Romania !
Puscas - 17 11 13 - 06:00
Thank you for your effort..!
But, please add support for MP4 format.
Raja Reddy - 19 11 13 - 19:16
I am grateful that you have created, supported and distributed such a product. It helped during the years maybe millions of people, so whatever updates you are doing are much appreciated.
Adrian - 22 11 13 - 08:23
Good to see 1.10.x finally got released as stable.
badibi - 26 11 13 - 06:18
Enjoy VD many year/ Thx for u job/wish well-being from Russia.
babera - 15 12 13 - 22:39
Excellent program. As a previous commenter said, I've been using it for ten years now.
Virtualdub has been my VCR, from the first TVBox I built out of junk all the way to my current, purpose built system.
Thank you for your time.
Glen - 26 12 13 - 12:33
Thanks for all your work. Epic program. Best scene detection, frame to frame editing and image export I have encountered. Thanks again, hope you continue development for some time.
David - 04 01 14 - 05:58
Thanks for your job man. This thing is perfect. Been using VirtualDub since the EasyCap. Hey can you make it compatible with the AverMedia Gamer Portable? I mean being able to record from it.
Maki - 06 01 14 - 01:47
thnx for your work.
virtualDub is a powerfull, fast and easy to use proggy, and that for years already!
helped me alot.
anon - 18 01 14 - 05:01
Thanks for the new version. Much appreciated. :-)
Avi - 26 01 14 - 03:42
Whatever is someone's favorite A/V program, VirtualDub is the salt on the kitchen-shelf; the swiss-knife in the toolbox of video enthusiasts. Thanks Avery. From Thailand
Meister Knökenknecht - 27 01 14 - 12:48
I have been using VirtualDub for 8 years now and it is the best video editing suite available - fast, powerful, easy-to-use, and free. I would recommend it to anybody wanting to edit videos. Brilliant work and I hope it continues... Thank you for all of your efforts with this fantastic piece of software!
Stuart - 02 03 14 - 05:28
This is the perfect software for taking thousands of frames and spitting out an AVI! Keep making VirtualDub better and better!
From the U.S.
Ben Garcia - 06 03 14 - 14:19
Thanks for this awesome program. New user, but I love it so far. Much love from Canada.
Peter - 02 04 14 - 06:17
I couldn't survive without VirtualDub. Much love from the PSO2 Community! Keep up the good work
AIDA (link) - 03 04 14 - 07:14
Thank you for your work, I have been using this software for over 10 years now.
RazorbladeByte - 05 04 14 - 16:03
I've been using VirtualDub for years. It glues all those different video related applications together. With UHD video on it's way and raw formats becoming very popular I'm very exited to keep updating your program to the latest version and discover new possibilities. Thanks a lot for your work!
Vincent - 02 05 14 - 21:01
Thanks a lot for your work, effort and time spent on VirtualDub.
I'm not so familiar with video format but VirtualDub helped me many times in problem solving so as in learning\disocvering about the matter.
Thanks a lot again.
giuseppe - 09 05 14 - 02:06
VirtualDub is an amazing piece of software. A program of such capability and effectiveness in such a small package of code shows amazing skill and insight for a developer. Thank you for making this creation freely available to the world.
Wayne - 20 05 14 - 07:56
johnnycoconut - 17 06 14 - 14:49
Hi ! I just downloaded 1.10.4 because I had hoped to de-interlace my HD videos taken at the RCMP Sunset Ceremony in Ottawa, Canada. Videos were saved as HD 1280x720 60 fps and YouTube recommended de-interlacing the file. I figured it might reduce the uploading time. Hence, my search and finding your utility. I got an error message the the file was not recognized and see no reference to MOV in your help. Just wondering why since you seem to support so many other file types.
D. Hansen - 25 06 14 - 20:47
@D Hansen 250614-20:47 Maybe you can you use FREEMAKE VIDEO CONVERTER(a freeware)to convert your .mov file for use in VD. Just a thought. Good luck.
Richard - 28 06 14 - 05:15
Monsieur, vous resterez à jamais dans l'histoire de l'informatique, hum, stop les grands discours :
Sir, you will stay for ever in the history of the computing, hem, stop the big speeches:
MERCI MILLE FOIS MONSIEUR, MERCI TELLEMENT !
THANK YOU SO MUCH SIR, THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Sorry for my bad english spoken, i'm french.
MoiMême - 20 07 14 - 17:39
MP4, MOV, etc can be opened just fine in VirtualDub using its DirectShow filter. When it comes to deinterlacing, I suggest you look into QTGMC AviSynth script and associated plugins necessary to use it including AviSynth MT version. It is a hassle to set everything up but you will be rewarded with great video quality.
Igor Levicki - 27 07 14 - 00:59
still gigantic stuff!
even so, in my opinion slowest Direct Stream cutting ever than versions less 1.10.
also always in full processing mode by default, why not remembering last mode?
Damian - 27 08 14 - 19:26
till gigantic stuff!
even so, in my opinion slowest Direct Stream cutting ever than versions less 1.10.
also always in full processing mode and uncompressed on startup.
why can't it keep the last chosen modes and filters?
Damian - 27 08 14 - 19:31
Great software, my wife often complaint to me on how she dont understand the movie due to language barrier. Now, thanks to you, i dont have to explain to her every time we watch movie together.
Greeting from Malaysia
Erwan - 20 09 14 - 00:24
Many thanks from Egypt. I play a lot with video and VirtualDub has been an essential and indispensable tool for me over the years. Time and time again I found myself using it to resolve problems I had with various other video editors/converters. even after I started using newer codecs and formats (other than AVI), VitualDub still is my main tool.
Thanks again for an awesome program.
Khaled - 11 11 14 - 05:11
Thank you for this amazing video tool. Keep up the good work. I use it for so many different things and keep coming back to it for new projects every few months!
Chris Baynes - 19 12 14 - 11:48
I believe I've got VitualDub on an old Windows 95 PC.
Your software is WELL appreciated.
Thanks for what it CAN do, what it WILL do, and what it DO do
You're a good guy, bro.
You're hired ! ;-)
Peace + Love
Dave - 15 01 15 - 12:09
Thanks so much for creating and maintaining this fantastic product. I have been using it for years.
David Hunt - 26 01 15 - 02:57
Any chance that you could add option to change the format you feed to external encoders? At the moment it's impossible to, for example, encode clip in RGB mode using external encoders. Also one needs to be a bit creative to get RGB source play nice since it seems to use Rec. 601.
Tup3x - 09 04 15 - 21:11
Hi, I found a bug in this 1.10.4 version
when I combine a movie (direct stream) with mp3 audio from other file (direct stream),
the file grows a lot
- Video: 1,4 GB
- Audio: 162 MB (192 kbps, 48 KHz, Lame 3.99, CBR)
The final output: 2,6 GB (this should be arround 1,5 GB)
The audio is grow more then the mp3 size
In the previous version (1.9.11) when I load Audio From Other File,
there is a popup asking me to chose Bit rate support,
but this is gone in 1.10.4, could this be the problem
(virtual dub failed to recognized the bit rate?)
But if I use full processing, and re-encode the audio, the file size is fine,
what could be the problem?
Andre - 15 06 15 - 04:33