Movavi Video Editor Review
Movavi Video Editor makes video editing easy, even if you've never done it before! A wide range of video editing tools will help you turn even the most amateur-looking home videos into a stylish professional movies. The intuitive interface quickly guides you through all the necessary steps involved in making a really outstanding clip. Let's look at some of the great features in the new Movavi Video Editor 9.
First of all, check out the new Split Movie tool. This will help you quickly split your video to several parts for ease of editing. Cut your video, select the parts you need, and start editing them. You can crop and rotate your clips, speed up or slow down the video, add music or subtitles, and apply stylish filters and special effects. Good news for video effects lovers - you'll find 12 new special effects and 10 new animation types in Movavi Video Editor 9!
Thanks to the sound recording function, you can add a soundtrack to your video yourself using a microphone or electronic musical instruments connected to your computer.
After finishing editing your video, you can save it in one of the 180+ supported video formats. If you want to play your video on your smartphone or tablet, check out the presets for mobile devices. You'll find presets for iPod, iPhone, iPad, Sony PSP, Nokia, Samsung, and HTC, as well as options for Windows Phone 7 and Android-based devices. Just locate the brand name of your device, and the program will recommend the preset options that are is 100% compatible with your device.
You can also upload your video to the web directly from within the program - Movavi Video Editor supports YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook uploading option. Yet another option is to place your video on Amazon S3 or on an FTP server. The software supports Windows 8 as well as Windows XP, Vista, and 7.
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