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AVS Video Editor

Working with AVS Video Editor

Working with AVS Video Editor is quite simple and does not require any specific knowledge on video editing. All you need is to follow simple steps that will help you create and edit your own video.

  1. Start AVS Video Editor. You will be able to create a new project or open a previously edited one.
  2. Set the project and video parameters. This is necessary for the correct and comfortable work with your video project.
  3. Import the media files that you want to be included into your movie (videos, audio tracks and images). You can capture your video if it is recorded on a DV camera or record any actions on your desktop.
  4. Put the imported or captured video to the Timeline/Storyboard Area. This is necessary to form the succession of video clips in your future movie and edit them.
  5. Start editing your movie by adding transitions between video clips in the Timeline/Storyboard Area.
  6. Add video effects to your video and edit them as you like.
  7. Add text captions to your movie where necessary.
  8. You might want to add a video overlay effect or change the movie soundtrack or record your voice from a microphone.
  9. When all the editing is done, you will need to save your video into a file or record it onto a disc or upload it to a portable device of yours. You can also create a disc menu for you movie in case you save it into a DVD or Blu-ray format.

And that's just it - as an output you will get a video that can be watched using a favorite program or a device of yours.

Now you can click here to read on about the first step - projects description and work.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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