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Initial release 2003 (2003)[1]
Stable release 7.42 / February 2015 (2015-02)
Operating system Windows
Type video editing software
License Proprietary
Website _software/subcat-editing/

Edius is a video editing software package for PC computers running Windows.

Edius is a non-linear editor (NLE) that works with most modern video formats.[2][3][4] The software is capable of 3D editing. The software comes bundled with a large collection of tools, including NEWBlue Video Filters, proDAD video effects along with image stabilization for unsteady shots and for audio mastering needs iZotope VST audio plug-ins such as Audio Effects Suite, AudioRestore, AGC & Mastering Effects Suite.

Edius was originally developed by the Japanese-based Canopus Corporation and first introduced in 2003.[1] In 2005, the Canopus Corporation was sold to Grass Valley (company).


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