It is no secret that having the ability to edit videos is really, really useful nowadays. Like most others I tend to record a ton of videos using my smartphone as well as my digital camera, and have always wanted to be able to tweak them so that they look better.
The one problem I’ve always had is that the video editors that I tried to use in the past were too complicated. After hours of trying (and failing) to get anything done I eventually gave up and decided that video editing just wasn’t for me.
Because of that when I first encountered Movavi Video Editor, I was really rather skeptical. Although it claimed to be user friendly, I wasn’t completely sold. On a whim I decided to try it out however, figuring that I really had nothing to lose.
As soon as I launched Movavi Video Editor for the first time I was happy to note it had a clean and nicely laid out user interface. Within minutes I found myself navigating through the various features and starting to try them out.
The first thing I did was to load an older video I had recorded into the software. When I did that, I noticed that I could even use Movavi Video Editor to record footage from my webcam, grab audio using my microphone, or digitize analog videos.
Seeing as my focus was mainly on editing videos I was more interested in those features however, and as I explored I found myself able to:
- Cut my videos into segments to remove any unwanted parts and then merge clips together or rearrange their sequence.
- Enhance the quality of my videos manually or automatically while also correcting issues such as shaky or blurry images.
- Include additional audio tracks in my videos so I can add background music or voiceovers.
- Apply different types of neat special effects and filters to spice up my videos and alter their appearance.
- Add personalized text fields to create captions, watermarks, or titles.
All that was just the tip of the iceberg however, and the more I explored the more I found I could do. It was all so easy and intuitive that I really didn’t need any outside help at all. Suffice to say Movavi Video Editor opened up an entire world of options, and has let me edit my videos as and how I please.