For many people the very thought of editing videos sounds complex – mostly due to the fact that it has a reputation for being difficult to perform. Although conventionally video editing has been something that requires professional skill and experience, nowadays there are ways that even inexperienced people who are new to video editing can achieve impressive results.
The key to starting to edit your videos on the right foot is in the software you use – which is where the Movavi Video Editor excels. It focuses on making sure that it is intuitive and user-friendly enough that there is no learning curve to speak of and editing videos feels ‘natural’ and straightforward.
When you first use the Movavi Video Editor, one of the things that you’ll notice is how everything feels vaguely familiar. Most of the tools can be accessed and put to work with just a few clicks, or with everyday actions such as ‘dragging and dropping’, ‘resizing windows’, or adjusting sliders.
It may seem hard to believe, but with these simple actions you can actually get a lot done. Some of the features that will help you to edit your video in numerous ways include:
- Cutting video footage into segments and removing unwanted parts or merging video clips together.
- Enhancing the video quality manually by adjusting the color settings or automatically with a single click.
- Adding customizable text to create captions, watermarks, titles or subtitles.
- Utilizing special effects and filters to transform the visual appearance and style of the video.
- Inserting stylish transitions between scenes.
- Including audio tracks for background music or voiceovers.
- Optimize videos automatically with hundreds of presets that cater to different devices and platforms.
While that may seem like a lot of options, it is really just a glimpse into what the Movavi Video Editor has to offer. Suffice to say it will let you fully control every aspect of your video and engineer it as and how you see fit. By the time you’re done, your video should look exactly the way that you want it to, with the sort of polish that will appeal to viewers.