Monday, October 31, 2005

Store Your Video Tracks On Wax

I'm a very amateur 3D artists. I've been looking for a way to string a bunch or 3D scenes together with transitions and do some simple effects (besides the Microsoft MovieMaker). I think I have the answer and it's called Wax.

This simple program allows you to add media (video, audio, pictures) to a non-linear editor and then start playing. You can add DirectX transitions, a bunch of built-in plugins and transitions. I found this program to not only be easy to use but fun to play with (the hallmark of a good application). You owe it to yourself to check this program out if you do video editing on a Windows box.

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