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Edit Video Clip(s)

Create a Video Sequence

Add video clips to the timeline panel by dragging and dropping from the Media Library. You can also right-click the clips in the "Media" and choose "Add to Project" to load them to the timeline. For combining several video clips together, load all of them to the timeline. Left-click the file, hold the mouse and move the file forward or backward to adjust the order.


Delete Video Clip(s) from the Timeline

Select the unwanted part and click the "Delete" button in the Toolbar to delete it. You can also right-click the unwanted one and choose "Delete" to get rid of the part from the timeline.

 

Split Video Clip(s)

Choose the file in the timeline, move the playhead to where you want to cut, click the "Split" button in the Toolbar or you can right-click the file then choose "Split" from the context menu instead to split the long movie into parts.

 

Trim Video Clip(s)

Move the mouse over the edge of the video displayed in the timeline until you see a double arrow.

Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to trim your desired/undesired part.

Note: If you want to trim a part in the middle of the clip, you have to split it first.


Speed/Rotate/Enhance Video Clip(s)

Select the video clip in the timeline, click the "Edit" button in the Toolbar and a window will appear in which you can adjust the playback speed, rotate/flip the video and adjust the contrast/saturation/brightness/hue.


Crop Video Clip(s)

Select the clip in the timeline, click the "Crop" button in the Toolbar to change the screen size of the video or right-click the clip, choose "Crop" from the context menu instead.

Note: Enable "Keep aspect ratio", the crop window will change at its original aspect ratio.


Add Mosaic to Video Clip(s)

Add Mosaic(s) – Choose a video clip and click the "Mosaic" button in the Toolbar. Or right-click the clip, choose "Mosaic" from the context menu instead. After that, click "Add" and a yellow rectangle will appear onscreen in the left window. Move the yellow rectangle to the place you want to blur. Drag the edge of the screen to adjust the mosaic size. You can preview the real-time effect in the right player window.

Delete Mosaic – Click "Delete" to take out the mosaic. Or click "Cancel" to stop the changes.

Note: The mosaic will appear from the beginning to the end of the video.

 

Add Text to Video Clip(s)

Choose the Text style you want to use, drag it to the Text track in the timeline or you can right-click the Text style and "Add to Project" to apply the feature to your video as well.

Then select the Text in the timeline, move the mouse over the edge of the Text until a double arrow appears. Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to set the beginning/end time of the text or you can directly select the Text in the track and then click "Set duration" in "Toolbar" instead.

Double click the Text in the track or right-click it, choose "Edit" from the context menu instead, in the real-time preview window, you can edit the words, position and in the left edit window, you can set the style, motion, font, size, type, and color for the texts.

Click "OK" to make the changes work. Click "Cancel" to stop the changes.

Note: Repeat these steps if you want to add multiple texts to different parts of the video.

Add Filter to Video Clip(s)

Choose the Filter style you want to use, drag it to the Filter track in the timeline. Or you can right-click the Filter style and "Add to Project" to apply the feature to your video as well.

Then select the Filter in the timeline, move the mouse over the edge of the Filter until a double arrow shows there. Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to set the beginning/end time of the filter. You can directly select the Filter in the track and then click "Set duration" in "Toolbar" instead.

Double click the Filter in the track or right-click it, choose "Edit" from the context menu to edit the parameters available.

Click "OK" to make the changes work with your video.

Note: Repeat these steps if you want to add multiple filters to different parts of the video.

Add Overlay to Video Clip(s)

Choose the overlay style you want to use, drag it to the overlay track in the timeline. Or you can right-click the Overlay style and "+ Add to Project" to apply the feature to your video as well.

Then select the overlay in the timeline, move the mouse over the edge of the overlay until a double arrow shows there. Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to set the beginning/end time of the Overlay. You can directly select the overlay in the track and then click "Set duration" in "Toolbar" instead.

Double click the overlay in the track or right-click it, choose "Edit" from the context menu to edit the available parameters.

Click "OK" to make the changes work with your video.

Note: Repeat these steps if you want to add multiple overlays to different parts of the video.


Add Transition to Video Clip(s)

Choose the Transition style you want to use, drag it to the end of the video that will transit to another video or you can right-click the style and select "+ Add to Project" instead to apply the transition effect. If you need to add different transition effects to video, you may choose "Apply random transitions". To apply the same transition effect, please select the transition template you like and click "Apply to all".

Note: Repeat these steps if you want to add the transition effect(s) to different parts of the video.

Add Element to Video Clip(s)

Choose the Element style you want to use, click the "Download" button to download it. Or you can also right-click the element and in the context menu: "Download this element" to download the one you selected; "Download All" to download all elements this software offers. To preview the downloaded element, double click on it, or you can also right-click on it and "Preview" to play the element in the player.

After that, you can apply the available element(s) to the project. You can drag it to the timeline. Usually, if you put the element in the Video track, it will be used as an interesting opening or ending of the video. While if you put the element in the PIP track, it will be used as an animation effect.

To set the duration for the element, select the element in the timeline, move the mouse over the edge of the element until an arrow shows there. Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to set the beginning/end time of the element. You can also directly select the element and then click "Set duration" in "Toolbar" instead.

Double click the element in the track or you can also right-click it, choose "Edit" from the context menu to edit the parameters available.

Click "OK" to make the changes work with your video.

Note: You can also split, crop, zoom, and mosaic the element.


Add Watermark(s)/Logo(s) to Video Clip(s)

Click "Import" in the top left corner in "Media" to add images or watermark(s) to the software, right-click it, choose "Add to Project", and the image will be inserted into the video clip. If you want to use the image as a watermark/logo, you can directly drag it to the Image track. Double click it to edit its motion and mask. In the right Preview window, you can directly adjust its position and size on the video. To edit its duration, select the image in the timeline, move the mouse over the edge until a double arrow appears, drag it left/right to set the start and end time.

Replace Original Video Sound

Click the "Mute" button on the video track to remove the original video sound first. Drag and drop the imported audio file in the Media Library to the audio timeline. Select the audio file and double click it to bring out the window for editing audio where you can adjust the audio speed, increase/decrease the volume and set the fade in/out effect.