Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Free Video Editor Review

Free Video Editor
The first rule of movie making is that no matter how expensive your camcorder is, or how skilled you are at using it, your raw videos will often be rubbish. And so, if you are looking for a way to add a professional touch to your videos, then a video editing program is essential.
You probably don't know, but apart from blogging i'm passionate about photography and short film making. Before uploading short films to YouTube, i always remember to delete unwanted part from the videos to reduce the overall video size. I use several free software utilities like AVS Video Editor, Adobe After Effects and Free Video Editor. My favorite among these three is Free Video Editor by DVDVideoSoft. Free Video Editor is a free video editing program that helps you to cut unwanted parts from videos without lossy compression or re-encoding, which means your video quality will remain exactly same after editing.

One of the best things about Free Video Editor is that unlike other video editing programs, it supports almost all popular video formats, such as *.avi, *.mpg, *.mp4, *.mkv, *.flv, *.3gp, *.webm, *.wmv.

How to use Free Video Editor:

Free Video Editor is really simple program with a user-friendly interface. That's why it's just a piece of cake for non-professionals usage. Below i will post a simple guide on how to use Free Video Editor to delete unwanted parts from videos.

1) Open Free Video Editor and click on add files to import original video. Open free video editor
2) The interface is very basic: you will find several options like video preview monitor, audio waveform, timeline and playback indicator in app window. Free video editor interface
3) Select the beginning and end of the selection you want to cut out using toolbar. The selections for deletion will be marked with red. Free Video Editor offers two ways to edit video, you can either use tags option to split video into smaller parts or you can use trim option to delete the unwanted scenes. Select beginning and end
4) After selection, select the format in which you want to save your edited video. Original format recommended.
Select format

5)Once done, click on Save Video to export edited video to your computer.
There is also a nice video I've found about this program, take a look:

Final Verdict:

1) Freeware.
2) Easy to use.
3) Supports many video input and output formats.

1) Only for Windows users.
The program is basic, only a few editing options available at the moment. However, its developers are planning to enrich the app with new options.


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