that'l answer part of most of your questions
I don't have a definite answer on the install size, but rest assured that it is small (less than a typical amv)
Though it is fairly up to date, new versions of software come out all the time. This shouldn't be a problem (perhaps with the exception of some of the codecs, like xvid)
The amv app consists of 3 main types of stuff:
avisynth (and related plugins)
with that you can play back most of the file extensions that amvs come in, encode your amv with the popular/common codecs, transcode/encode audio, get footage from dvds and turn it into something useful, clean up your source video to make it look all nice and shiny and a few other things
Zarxrax wrote:If you end up not using something from the app, you *should* be able to uninstall that part cleanly.
Also it's marked beta for a reason, and there have been some minor problems with it. For the most part though, I would recommend it over the real old one. Also there will hopefully be a new version coming out in the next month or two... hopefully.
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