Movavi Video Editor Review

By Hagal Adam
On March 14, 2016 At 5:12 am

Category : Tech

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For anyone looking to improve the look of their videos (for personal or professional reasons) – video editing is certainly the way to go. Unfortunately the only problem with that is the fact that most of the software that you’re going to run into is bound to be fairly technical in nature – which can be a big problem is you have no prior experience editing videos.

Rather than get stuck spending hours or even days trying to get through a steep learning curve, all you really need is the right video editing software. To that end you should definitely give the Movavi Video Editor a try, and once you experience how intuitive and easy-to-use it is odds are you won’t look back.

Suffice to say, the user-friendly nature of the Movavi Video Editor is part of what makes it so attractive – but what makes it a real contender as far as video editors go is the fact that it also brings a wide selection of powerful features to the table. Some of what it is capable of includes:

  • Cutting and combining video segments to remove unwanted footage and merge clips together as required.
  • Improving the video quality by enhancing it manually or automatically and also correcting common issues such as shaky, interlaced, pixelated or blurry video segments.
  • Applying stunning special effects and filters to completely alter the visual appearance of your videos.
  • Adding customizable text to create your very own titles, subtitles, captions or watermarks.
  • Inserting audio tracks by adding audio files or capturing audio directly via a microphone or other device and using it as voiceovers or background music.
  • Automatically optimizing the video for any device or platform with the help of hundreds of presets.

As you can see, the range of options available to you when you use the Movavi Video Editor is nothing less than comprehensive – and it won’t take you long to figure out how to use them. In fact, in just a matter of minutes you should be well on your way to tweaking and editing your video so that it looks exactly the way you want it to.

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