New video tool offered by Sceneo for free this weekend

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#1

I just posted the article New video tool offered by Sceneo for free this weekend.

t1955feb used our news submit to tell us
about a software that is being offered for free this
weekend.

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/8116-New-video-tool-offered-by-Sceneo-for-free-this-weekend.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/8116-New-video-tool-offered-by-Sceneo-for-free-this-weekend.html)

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#2

If i dl this and install this, can someone confirm that it wont screw up my Mainconcept and TMPgenc installations?.. both of which i am very happy with.


#3

Just download a file this weekend, then install when you will read up enough about it.


#4

it’s NOT free it is a free download 30 trial, the link says Freeware but the about says 30 days left of you trial.
[edited by MadBob on 11.04.2004 00:33]


#5

D’oh! :frowning: I wonder if it will be free tomorrow? Thats what they say o the website. This pisses me off! I’ll give 'er a try for the heck of it in the am. :B


#6

I think the program is free, but you have to give then 4.99 euros to licence the MPEG2 encoder. Look at Help > Activate Activate NanoPEG MPEG2 Codec


#7

hey come and get some free beer but you must pay for the air you breathe whilst drinking it arse


#8

MadBob, this is just like TMPGEnc. The company gets charged a license fee for distributing the MPEG-2 codec, even if they give the program away for free.


#9

Which is fine by me, no arguments there, just DON’T advertise it as free because it isn’t