AVS Video Editor is a video making and editing solution developed for beginners and professionals to make and modify videos with basic and advanced features. With this solution, users can cut, trim, split or merge files together to create professional and attractive videos. AVS Video Editor’s inbuilt video recorder has the ability to transfer videos from DV/HDV cameras, webcams or VHS cameras without any hassle. It also enables users to capture their PC screen, make snapshots, highlight keyboard and mouse actions with drawing tools. Users can remove black bars easily with the help of Crop Scale and change aspect ratio to create an impact on the audiences.
- Audio Capture
- Brand Overlay
- Drag & Drop
- Media Library
- Social Sharing
- Speed Adjustment
- Split / Merge
- Supports HD Resolution
- Text Overlay
- Video Capture
- Video Editing
- Video Stabilization
- Deployment: Installed - Windows
AVS Video Editor Users
Company Name: Online Media Technologies
Headquarter: United Kingdom
What I love about this product is the ease of use. Anyone can use AVS Video Editor without any prior knowledge of video editing. The program is intuitive and the help guides you through most issues.
AVS Video editor offers many features found in more expensive software. It is intuitive and easy to use. In fact, I spent about an hour teaching my teenage daughter the ins and outs of the software. She understood it and was quickly able to adopt the platform and create her first product. When I had issues with the latest version now playing nice with the latest version of Windows, the support was amazing for a product I purchased one time…years ago. I like there whole suite of products.
The flexibility and ease of use gives a fast learning curve. Polishing, enhancing, resequencing and adjustments to timing produce quality results without intensive labor.
The user-focused nature of the interface and support videos. It has a semi-intuitive interface that is quickly learned. Watch a couple of videos, and you’re ready to create simple videos. The primary features of other major video editors (Adobe Premiere, etc.) are done just as easily, without the bulk or price of the others. If I would like to add a new component, it is very likely that a short video exists that will teach it to me in a very short time. Both the drag-and-drop features and the integration with other AVS programs makes it a seamless experience.
I have no background in doing any kind of video editing, but it is easy, using this software, for me to extract the clips I want from a file, edit out a short segment where needed, and create a file that can be either burned to a DVD or uploaded on YouTube. I also like not having to keep paying for a new license when a new release comes out, just download and install.