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What are people saying about VSDC Pro Video Editor Lifetime License

Chris Why is this a subscription software? If I pay you money I should be able to use the pro features forever, not have it revert back to the free limited version after 12 months.
Aug 27 2016 at 11:32pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Does VSCD support smart-encoding, i.e. lossless not-reencoding, if not necesary?
Aug 28 2016 at 1:39am Copy Link
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Dan P Good point, Chris. I won't buy subscription software.
Aug 28 2016 at 1:58am Copy Link
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VSDC Chris and Dan, thank you for your feedback, currently we don't provide life-term licenses, but the price is reasonable and competitive for one year, not to mention that the basic editing toolset is free.
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 3:52am Copy Link
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VSDC Michael, yes, the program supports lossless encoding export
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 3:56am Copy Link
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CodeDog Same here. I quit using Adobe, and any other software that has gone to the cloud/subscription based model.

Maybe I'm old school, but I like software I pay for to be on my computer and not have to worry about if and when it might expire. And if I want updates, I pay for them.

The software looks good, but I'd rather pay a little more and just not worry about subscriptions...
Aug 28 2016 at 4:22am Copy Link
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VSDC Hello CodeDog, thank you for your feedback. The software will still be on your computer, only advanced parameters will be disabled. But we can see your point and will think of one payment offer for our next promotion.
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 4:31am Copy Link
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CodeDog That would be great, Alexander. Being in business myself, I understand that everybody has to make decisions based on their intended audience and business model, and I never fault anyone for making those decisions. After all, it is their business.

However, when I see software (or anything else) that I like, but decide not to purchase, I always think it's better to take a minute and let the vendor know why I didn't purchase rather than just skipping it and moving on. I know that would help me in making future business decisions, rather than being left wondering why sales didn't meet expectations.

I look forward to the next promotion...
Aug 28 2016 at 4:45am Copy Link
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VSDC Thank you CodeDog, it's really important for us to know why our potential users might skip the app, so your feedback is really valuable, we appreciate it and will take it into consideration for future releases and promotions.
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 4:56am Copy Link
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franp User Hi, website documentation is very small. You write : "With a full support for dozens of video codecs and formats including but not limiting to AVI, MP4, MKV, ..." As far as I know, Avi, MP4, MKV are NOT codecs, they are containers. Which CODECS are supported ? divX ? h264 ? h265 , etc ???
Aug 28 2016 at 8:41am Copy Link
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VSDC Hello, VSDC supports h265, see the information here - http://www.videosoftdev.c...ro-support
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 11:33am Copy Link
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Gary Smith @Alexander User,
The videohelp website lists the VSDC video editor as being recently updated:
Version:5.1.2.570
Released:20160810
... and following the description states that the Pro version costs $50.

I had previously been interested in trying your Pro version, but couldn't justify the $50 price; but at 40% discount, I would be interested.

Today is the first I knew about a version that has a yearly rate. I think if you offered the $50 Pro version for 40% off, you would have several people interested. Can you explain the difference between the Pro version videohelp.com is referring to and today's offer?
Aug 28 2016 at 1:15pm Copy Link
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VSDC Hello Gary, the official website of the program is http://www.videosoftdev.com/
and the current app´s price is $19.99 This offer provides you with 40% discount.
Flash-Integro - Aug 28 2016 at 2:26pm Copy Link
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Gary Smith @Alexander User,
Thanks for the response, but I am already familiar with your website and today's offer. I am also familiar with videohelp.com's website where the entry for the VSDC editor still shows that the pro version is $50. I was suggesting that going back to having a non-subscription version, and at 40% off of the $50, should interest some new users. The subscription method would work well for people that do a lot of editing, but for users that do not do a lot of editing, a year comes up quite fast, and that is why many users are against the subscription method.

In the past, the free version has had some criticism due to using the Conduit Ltd.network that recommends products to users. Since the offer today reverts to a free version in 12 months if the user does not renew, will the program have the same type of advertising when that happens?
Aug 28 2016 at 2:59pm Copy Link
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Ray User I must agree 100% subscription is just noy acceptable to any who uses the software infrequently. I wish to point out however that even when it's "bought & paid for" the time goes by fast and it is no longer the version ( or even the same platform!) as the one you bought!
A case in point, I paid a couple of thousand dollars for adobe CS5 web premium, I simply did not have the time to learn it as I was a fulltime student, now it is not supported to well, ( being deprecated I think), and they CONSTANTLY push for Creative cloud subscriptions from me. So I may as well thrown $2K in the gutter!
One good thing though, I only threw it once.
My point is that software is being improved so fast that subscribe or buy outright. You will only have the cutting edge, well supported goods for a (seemingly) short period. What is the best way? Obviously it depends on your needs, Some programs I use are 15 even near to twenty years old! they are slow ugly and perhaps embarrassing, but simple to use and still get the basic job done, other software that is vital to my livelihood, I spend what ever they charge, and update the software as often as possible, even replacing the hardware when it won't keep up!
From a business ( supplier) point of view, happy customers are very important, I think worth offering both plans if they say they wish it! You would earn their good opinion of your product(s) and it's support, their word of mouth follows, then eventually their trust. then you have a following of hardcore die hard customers that would not go elsewhere even if the competition got the job on you with something new and "improved". Can't buy that kind of security for a companies future!!!! All the companies currently providing an excellent product with horrible outsourced support are simply put, fools that are destroying the customer base for their brand, and putting themselves slowly but surely out of the game.
Aug 29 2016 at 2:03am Copy Link
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mohamed ahmed What does it mean "lifetime license"?
Is it lifetime upgrade?
Feb 2 2017 at 9:55am Copy Link
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Chris @ mohamed ahmed ~

The Fine Print: Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product.
Feb 3 2017 at 12:37am Copy Link
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VSDC Mohamed, at our official website we offer an annual subscription, exclusively for BitsDuJour the license is life-time, you pay only once.
Flash-Integro - Feb 3 2017 at 1:05am Copy Link
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John H I have used their CD Grabber and it was an excellent program.
At $19 lifetime license, this is a steal. I will be glad to pay for upgrades.

4K from my Go Pro clone is funny. The actual file format tosses out every 3rd horizontal pixel and the playback program or device is required to interpolate the missing pixel on playback. 4K requires tremendous bandwidth and this trick works very well.
But I have had some problems on playback with various players. What are my output Codec options with VSDC at 4K?

Any comments about 4K capabilities by the vendor would be appreciated.

I used to use Pinnacle video editing but that has become one horrible company if you read the reviews. Currently Using Wondershare Filmora which seems to work OK but lacks a basic simple cross fade. I do not need the 100s of fancy cross fades and wipes. It is also a subscription service.

Final question .... does this have a basic simple cross fade?

Thanks!
Feb 3 2017 at 1:47am Copy Link
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SoftCollector Looks great and has a wealth of options. Also, I have never heard of the vendor or its products. Does the fact that the Video Converter is offered for free, and the Pro Video Editor is offered here for just $19 with a lifetime upgrade option mean that you are going out of business?
Feb 3 2017 at 3:00am Copy Link
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VSDC John, thank you for your feedback! 4K can be exported using H264 and H265/HEVOC codecs with 2-pass encoding for the best quality

Please, watch these video tutorials:
https://youtu.be/u0hzKkwm6KM

https://youtu.be/yGRXVXRT...B2U7fgo1eO


As for cross fading, we don't have it as a separate filter, but we're going to prepare a tutorial how it's possible to reach that effect.

Subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/c/...ideoEditor
and stay tuned!
Flash-Integro - Feb 3 2017 at 3:09am Copy Link
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VSDC Thank you for your feedback! We have a complete free version, see the details here - http://www.videosoftdev.c...deo-editor

As for the Pro version, this price and life-term offer is exclusive for BitsDuJour and only for one day. We're not leaving the business, it's common practice to have special offers sometimes.
Flash-Integro - Feb 3 2017 at 3:18am Copy Link
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SoftCollector Thank you for answering my earlier question.

Please, also comment on the following:

1. Does this software have ripping functions – for example, can it be used to rip a CD, DVD or Blue-ray disc? I understand this is not a functionality necessarily associated with video editors, but just wondering.

2. Adobe Premier is considered the Gold Standard for Windows video editing. How is your software compatible with Adobe-specific formats?

3. Can VSDC Pro Video Editor be used to export to DCP?

Best regards,
SC
Feb 3 2017 at 1:12pm Copy Link
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John H https://youtu.be/u0hzKkwm6KM
The rocky coast line was an excellent subject for displaying various compression quality.

We all know how to walk through a menu as your tutorial shows. I should not have to sit through a 2 minute video to learn, EXPORT PROJECT- EDIT PROFILE- PROFILE FILTER (H264) .... etc.

When there are dozens of options in a menu, a good program will have a help button that will pop up a screen to explain in detail what each option does and why I would consider choosing it.

I will stop venting ...

Looks like a great program. Will wait for the deal day.
Thank You!
Feb 3 2017 at 4:07pm Copy Link
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VSDC @SoftCollector
1. As built-in tools VSDC Video Editor has Video Converter, Screen Capture, Video Capture and Disc Burner, so yes, you can rip discs.
2. VSDC can't boast all the features that Adobe Premiere has, but we're on the way to be a really professional editor, now we offer Blending modes, Mask, advanced color correction and we'll have many more updates in our future releases. As for formats, we work with all popular formats and codecs, including recently added H265 codec and WebM format.
3. This format is supported only for input.
Flash-Integro - Feb 4 2017 at 1:25am Copy Link
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VSDC @John H Thank you for your feedback, but we work with various groups of users and what seems clear to you may not be so for others.
Flash-Integro - Feb 4 2017 at 1:28am Copy Link
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SoftCollector This is the most powerful editor to have been offered on BitsDuJour recently. The lifetime upgrade option is incredible. To me this is a must-have deal.

@VSDC
1. I hope you can add export to DCP for future development. Your editor will be one of very few software products to be able to do that and will surpass such popular products in the prosumer segment like Cyberlink PowerDirector. DCP is required by most independent short film felstivals around the world and even by Cannes. Independent filmmakers are your target audience.
2. When you say that Bluray and DVD disks can be ripped, do you mean by screencapture, or do you mean that a DVD/Bluray folder structure can be imported directly for ripping?

Best regards,
SC
Feb 5 2017 at 1:53am Copy Link
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Chris The Fine Print says: Email license activation is required.
But all we put in is the key BDJ sends us and it needs internet to register. It is then registered to BitsDuJour and not me.
What is the license policy? Can we use the key when we get a new computer? The Fine Print says it can be installed on 2 computers and transfer to another computer is allowed, but after it is activated 2 times do we have to contact you to reset the key so we can install on a new computer?

Thanks.....
Feb 5 2017 at 4:37am Copy Link
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Garry Camps can this be used to edit out commercial breaks or adverts such as in TV recordings ?
Feb 5 2017 at 6:11am Copy Link
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Jane Blue Does this program animate text?
Can it import Adobe templates?
Feb 5 2017 at 7:28am Copy Link
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VSDC @Chris One license is valid for two activations. If you need the third time, you should buy a new license.
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 7:41am Copy Link
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VSDC @Garry Camps It depends on the format your footage is in, VSDC supports all popular formats and codecs. If you mean video recording, the built-on video capture tool allows for capturing video from various video tuners and webcams
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 7:44am Copy Link
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VSDC @SoftCollector
The editor comes with a DVD burning tool, allowing you to burn the results of your work to discs.
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 7:45am Copy Link
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VSDC @Jane Blue
Have a look at this tutorial -
https://youtu.be/rsvGqlf9usU

As for Adobe templates, it depends what format they have
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 7:48am Copy Link
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Jym Ferril I purchased the Bits Du Jour offering “VSDC Pro Video Editor v5.7.3”, and I was redirected to a page to “Download Free Video Editor”. I pressed the download button, and I received a download of a file named “A98.tmp”. How do I obtain the file for the “VSDC Pro Video Editor v5.7.3”?
Feb 5 2017 at 8:12am Copy Link
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Jane Blue What format of Adobe templates does it work with?
Feb 5 2017 at 8:38am Copy Link
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SoftCollector Why is one license valid for two activations only?! What is the point of a lifetime license then? It may make sense for 12-month licenses, but for lifetime upgrades? It feels like cheating.
Feb 5 2017 at 9:11am Copy Link
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VSDC @Jym Ferril You should download the file here - http://www.videosoftdev.c...deo-editor
And enter your activation key in the 'Activation' tab
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 10:47am Copy Link
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VSDC @SoftCollector Each activation key is valid for two activations. It shall not make work by two users applicable but give you an opportunity to reinstall the VSDC Pro Video Editor in case of possible hardware or hard drives failures or upgrades.No one restricts upgrades.
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 10:50am Copy Link
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SoftCollector Well, the future will show how this will play out. I must say I am disappointed with this additional limitation. And note, that it is not clearly explained in the Fine Print section, if it were, many of the people who placed an order today, would have saved their money. Me included.
Feb 5 2017 at 12:35pm Copy Link
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VSDC @SoftCollector if a license has limitless number of attempts to register, then it's enough just for one user to place this key in public access in the web. In any case if for some reason a customer needs more activations, we provide extra free keys on demand, you shouldn't worry.
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 12:43pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector @VSDC Your are entitled to protect your software. And I am entitled to my free upgrades for the lifetime of the product, even if my laptop gets fried, or I add RAM, a graphic card or a new drive to my desktop. So let's make it work, as we have agreed today.

Thank you again for a great product and a generous offer.
Feb 5 2017 at 1:42pm Copy Link
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Murderhead @SoftCollector thanks, for asking about the activation you saved my money.
@VSDC sorry, that is not a real lifetime license in my opinion so I'l skip this.
Feb 5 2017 at 4:57pm Copy Link
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hamzaoui User I repeat the payment more than 3 times, and every time this message appears "Your card number is incorrect. Code:incorrect_number".
I am sure that my credit cart is valid (because I use it few days ago)
I notify that the connection change from secure to insecure connection.
Please what is the problem?
Feb 5 2017 at 5:10pm Copy Link
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VSDC @hamzaoui User
I've forwarded your request to BitsDuJour's admins as it's their domain
Flash-Integro - Feb 5 2017 at 10:15pm Copy Link
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hamzaoui User @VSDC Can I buy now a lifetime licence from official site (http://www.videosoftdev.c...editor-pro)
Feb 6 2017 at 12:33pm Copy Link
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Andy User I've been using the pro version for a long time and really enjoy working with this software. Now a new feature's added - 'Voice Over'. I think it's my chance to try new opportunities for adding voice to my videos. :)
Sep 27 2017 at 7:34am Copy Link
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Christian User "@SoftCollector thanks, for asking about the activation you saved my money.
@VSDC sorry, that is not a real lifetime license in my opinion so I'l skip this."

I agree with this.
Lifetime upgrade and only two activations. Is it a joke ?
Do you buy only 2 PC in your life ?

@VSDC says :
" if a license has limitless number of attempts to register, then it's enough just for one user to place this key in public access in the web"
"One license is valid for two activations. If you need the third time, you should buy a new license."

Purchasers BDJ are faithful and don't pay for a license to share the key on internet. It is incomprehensible to ask people to pay for a license and at the same time to accuse them of being pirates.
Sep 27 2017 at 8:23am Copy Link
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VSDC Hello Christian,
We absolutely understand your concerns. Clearly, most people buy more than just 2 PCs in a lifetime. Unfortunately, the 2 activation rule has been established long ago and dictated by VSDC technical setup as well.
That said, we're willing to provide you with additional activation keys, so whenever you need to activate VSDC for a third time, please email us at supportvideosoftdev.com
Flash-Integro - Sep 27 2017 at 10:27am Copy Link
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franp User Please could you point us to a page describing supported codecs ? What about x265 ?
Sep 27 2017 at 12:26pm Copy Link
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VSDC @franp, here is a page with the list of formats and codecs supported: http://www.videosoftdev.c...and-codecs

You can choose H.265 codec when exporting the project - if this is what you're asking about. Hopefully, this helps. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Flash-Integro - Sep 27 2017 at 12:44pm Copy Link
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MBe What does it means valid for two (or three) activations?
Does this means,
1) that I can reinstall my OS on one PC, as often as I like and this is only one activation (hardware-bound license)?
Or does this means,
2) three activations on one PC are reached, if I install my OS three times new?
An easy question, with an easy answer: 1) or 2)
Thanks
Sep 27 2017 at 2:23pm Copy Link
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VSDC Hi @maikbeeres,
Great question. Two activations mean you are given an opportunity to reinstall the VSDC Pro Video Editor in case of possible hardware or hard drives failures or upgrades.
Flash-Integro - Sep 27 2017 at 5:45pm Copy Link
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Glen Hilton "Unfortunately, the 2 activation rule has been established long ago and dictated by VSDC technical setup as well.
That said, we're willing to provide you with additional activation keys, so whenever you need to activate VSDC for a third time, please email us at supportvideosoftdev.com"

Must agree with previous comments. Too ambiguous and should be made perfectly clear in the fine print.. Just not worth the trouble. Another sale lost.
Sep 27 2017 at 5:58pm Copy Link
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Per User Several applications I own had to be activated in a way similar to VSDC where backup and restore of disk images has kept keys intact at a couple of instances.
It is nice to know support will be helpful if running into problems.
My present video editor was great in its time but cannot stabilize videos and has problems with more recent video formats.
I look forward to learn editing with VSDC where I guess a twist of mind is necessary before beeing as comfortable with VSDC as with the old one as VSDC organize video editing in an alternative way.
Sep 27 2017 at 6:26pm Copy Link
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VSDC @Per, we always try our best to provide technical support in a timely manner.
Please, feel free to email us at support@videosoftdev.com or send us a direct message on Facebook: facebook.com/flashintegro/
Flash-Integro - Sep 27 2017 at 6:46pm Copy Link
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Javier Gil I currently use Power Director 15 as my video editor, but I was quite impressed by some of the features of your editor.
However, comments like: "Unfortunately, the 2 activation rule has been established long ago and dictated by VSDC technical setup as well.", which is a really aweful and senseless excuse and not a logical reason for not providing more activations when buying the lifetime license, make your company look REALLY bad, deceiving potential customers with sophistry which is not even sophisticated.
Based on that alone, I wouldn't even download the trial, let alone recommend it to anyone.

Get rid of the false "lifetime" publicity (maybe set up a decent upgrade scheme, we don't want free for ever either!), be honest to your potential customers, and then perhaps you'll gain a few more customers.
Sep 28 2017 at 12:15am Copy Link
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Garry Camps what filetypes and formats does it support ?
Sep 28 2017 at 2:34am Copy Link
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VSDC Hey @Garry,
Most popular formats and codecs are supported by VSDC. Here is a full list of them: http://www.videosoftdev.c...and-codecs
Flash-Integro - Sep 28 2017 at 4:05am Copy Link
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Mustang Purchased last night and still awaiting license. How long does this normally take?
Sep 28 2017 at 6:22am Copy Link
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Louis H Just to clear up any confusion on my part. Why is the paid version licensed to BitsDuJour, and not to me directly? And will this interfere with me being able to communicate with customer support if I ever have to go beyond two activations? Thanks.

(By the way, thank you for being willing to interact with us here, both before and during the promotion of your software.)
Sep 28 2017 at 6:37am Copy Link
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VSDC @Mustang, please, check your Spam folder - sometimes emails with activation keys end up there. Of that's not the case, please contact us directly via email support@videosoftdev.com or via our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/flashintegro/
Flash-Integro - Sep 28 2017 at 8:10am Copy Link
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VSDC @Louis, please be sure that the BitsDuJour license will not interfere you being able to communicate with our customer support if you ever have questions or run out of two activations.
Flash-Integro - Sep 28 2017 at 8:12am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel Where is this vendor located? I can't find any impressum on their web site. Even the "about us" section at the bottom of their site misses a postal address or phone #.

Of course, I may have overlooked something.
Apr 26 2018 at 7:21am Copy Link
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VSDC Hello, VSDC team is geographically distributed with representatives in Russia and the US.
Flash-Integro - Apr 26 2018 at 7:40am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel @ vendor: Thanks. However, your reply isn't really helpful for me. I do not intend to buy software from a seller who hides his identity and limits a lifetime license to 2 activations .....
Apr 26 2018 at 7:53am Copy Link
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Roberto Hello VSDC support, please did you receive my email. Seems that the license is not being sent automaticaly. I got the paypal receipt but no license.
Apr 26 2018 at 12:38pm Copy Link
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VSDC Hello, in this case it's BitsDuJour that sends licenses, not our team, but we'll try to find your key and resend it.
Flash-Integro - Apr 26 2018 at 10:35pm Copy Link
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Chris yea, I purchased earlier this year and after putting in my key it shows it is registered to BitsDuJour, not me.

You can click the send receipt above in the image right above the version #.
Apr 26 2018 at 11:50pm Copy Link
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John H Will this accept old .avi format videos for editing to a newer format?
Apr 27 2018 at 3:48am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Roberto, I just sent you the receipt email with the registration information.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 27 2018 at 3:54am Copy Link
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VSDC Hello, yes, VSDC supports all the popular formats
Flash-Integro - Apr 27 2018 at 5:22am Copy Link
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Roberto Thanks Constantin.
Apr 27 2018 at 12:52pm Copy Link
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John H I was not sure if .avi was still a "popular" format.

I had purchased this back in Feb of 2017 and never installed it. Then forgot about it. My old key worked in your new current version so thank you very much.

You guys have put a lot of work into this program and put lots of attention to detail in all the available formats. 2 years ago when I got a Quadcopter with a 4K camera, there was nothing to edit the video except Wondershare (and my subscription is expired.) All the big name editors were clueless to 4K and were getting one star reviews for lack of customer service..

So thank you for an affordable product.

While I avoid subscription software, I like to see a sustainable business model so the software does not die out. Am not sure if free upgrades for life will sustain continuous development. So I just did a $4.99 donation on your "Help Us" page. Also because I have extensively used your Audio CD Grabber soft ware the last time I re-ripped my CD collection.
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Radik Shavaliev Hello! Is it lifetime version with lifetimeupgrades or only for v.5.8.9 for PC? May it be additionally version with lifetime upgrades as variant(if promotion only for v.5.8.9 lifetime)?Thanks.
Oct 26 2018 at 1:12am Copy Link
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Mike B Does VSDC Pro Video Editor support "frame accurate cuts" so that trimming a video doesn't result in having to re-encode?

Also, I see that there is much talk from older sales here at BDJ that only 2 activation is allowed so that if I migrate to a new computer more than once I would not be able to reinstall anymore.

Most software that has this type of activation lockout will allow activations to be reset by email request if a user has run out of activations? Is VSDC willing to reset activations on request?
Oct 26 2018 at 2:51am Copy Link
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VSDC @Radik Shavaliev The upgrades do not depend on the version, so, yes, they are included.
Flash-Integro - Oct 26 2018 at 4:27am Copy Link
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VSDC @Mike B Hello. 1. Video can´t be edited without conversion in VSDC

2. In some exceptional cases we can reset it, if the reason is really substantial
Flash-Integro - Oct 26 2018 at 4:33am Copy Link
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styrobrain @VSDC, @Mike B: a) I assume the use case for "reset activations on request" which then requires "excepional cases" and that "the reason is really substantial" is when a machine has died or was stolen, right?

b) When I instead have a number of properly working machines under my full crontrol, can I move activations freely among those machines as I see fit, without contacting support?
Oct 26 2018 at 8:07am Copy Link
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Radik Shavaliev VSDC! - Answer the the above question please!
Oct 26 2018 at 12:34pm Copy Link
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Mike B @styrobrain: the scenario that I am concerned about running out of activation is the simply that I have replaced a machine for whatever reason - whether the old one has died, gotten stolen, or simply needed to be replaced.

For my own point of view, I'd much rather have it so activations are not hard-capped and give up life time updates. I can understand having a cap to prevent abuse, but it should be reset on request as long as it's clear the license isn't being abused. While I like lifetime upgrades, I'm OK with having to pay for them.

However, to be clear - other than anti-malware - I don't buy software that by design stops functioning after some time period. And I'm even leery of that model for anti-malware (mostly because anti-malware itself seems to have become almost as bad as the problem it is supposed to solve).
Oct 26 2018 at 1:23pm Copy Link
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styrobrain @Mike B, thanks, I see that I did understand you correctly.

@VSDC, now please clarify the applicability of "exceptional cases" and "really substantial reasons". Or, to rephrase, in the fine print it says "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed." Can I do that painlessly whenever I want?
Oct 26 2018 at 2:04pm Copy Link
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VSDC @styrobrain

a) yes, you are right b) according to VSDC Terms "Each activation key is valid for two activations. It shall not make work by two users applicable but give you an opportunity to reinstall the VSDC Pro Video Editor in case of possible hardware or hard drives failures or upgrades"
Flash-Integro - Oct 27 2018 at 3:13am Copy Link
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styrobrain @VSDC, thanks for your response, but I still don't see my question addressed.

Let me again quote the "Fine Print" of this (!) offer:

#2 "VSDC Pro Video Editor Lifetime License is licensed per computer, and not per user."

#3 "Each license allows installation on 2 computers, and VSDC Pro Video Editor Lifetime License may be used at exactly the same time on each of them."

#4 "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed."

#5 "Email license activation is required."

From your most recent answer I understand that the two activations are not supposed to enable two people to use the product simultaneously. I did not think about that, but now that you mention it, #2 and #3 seem to grant exactly that option.

But my concern is different. I use a number of computers and all of them are used exclusively by me. I'm not interested in editing video on more than one machine at a time. But I am interested in having the freedom to pick one particular computer to edit video on it... on any given day, for the example's sake.

Let's exaggerate slightly and say I have one computer per day of the week. On Monday I edit video on my Monday computer, on Tuesday I edit video on my Tuesday computer, on Wednesday... you get the idea. Nobody else edits video on any of the computers at any time. To use your product in this way, I'd have to conduct a "Transfer of a license to another owned computer" once a day.

So let me rephrase my question in three parts: a) Am I allowed to use your license in this way, b) can I do that technically and c) how complicated would that be?

#4 tells me I may and can do that. #5 tells me some overhead may come with it, your most recent post however seems to tell me that #4 (and also #2 and #3) are not true.
Oct 27 2018 at 8:09am Copy Link
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Christian User @VSDC,
This is not a lifetime license !!!!!
that's the life of 2 pc license !!!!!
DEAL BREAKER FOR ME….
Oct 27 2018 at 8:09am Copy Link
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Frank User does it convert videos to ntsc
Oct 27 2018 at 12:18pm Copy Link
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Matt Hello,

Do you have a version history or change log on your website?

Thnaks!
Nov 22 2019 at 10:50am Copy Link
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