I had about 50 short videos that I recorded with my camera (photo camera, but in video mode). ... MoreVideoMach Rocks!.
I had about 50 short videos that I recorded with my camera (photo camera, but in video mode). I wanted to produce a mix with music, but Adobe Premiere couldn't open all of them. Apparently, you can't have more than 20 or so source videos in the time-line simultaneously. So I loaded them all to VideoMach (without problems) and exported as one single very long movie. But VideoMach is converter, not editor, so I did the final editing in Premiere by opening the big video I exported from VideoMach. I also found VideoMach very useful in converting large number of images (generated by my time-lapse photo projects) into MP4 encoded AVIs. Also used it to clear noise from the license plates from the shopping mall garage camera footage (using tools / temporal average).
Pros: Simple, does what it's designed for, opens any number of videos or images, fast, has some interesting filters
Cons: Couldn't open some of the FLVs I have, couldn't open FLAC music I needed for background, GUI could use some face lifting