The universal character of AVS Video Converter is probably the main secret of its popularity. This compact tool is ideal not only for converting files, it can also be used for simple video editing and burning the resulting video to discs.
The Edit function is the one that causes most of the questions as it implies working with the timeline. The following guide will give you some tips on editing video with AVS Video Converter, in particular, on how to apply various effects to your video.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSVideoConverter.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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To select a video you would like to convert hit the Browse... button next to the Input File Name field. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video file:
Once the input video is loaded, press the Edit button on the Main Toolbar to open the Edit Input File(s) window.
The video file(s) you loaded into the software will be represented on the Timeline. The following components will help you navigate your video:
Select the effect you would like to apply in the Effects area. Sort available effect icons by category (draw, adjust etc) or by type (audio or video) for easier access to a specific effect.
The procedure of applying is the same for all effects. So, we'll take Temperature as an example and go on with it.
Once you located the desired effect, please drag and drop it to the timeline. Click on the Temperature icon and, keeping the mouse button pressed, drag it to the Video Effects area in the lower part of the timeline. When you release the button, the effect will be placed on one of the lines for video effects.
Initially the applied effect covers only a part of the video. In order to adjust the size or position of the effect application area, please do the following:
Press the Properties button or double-click the desired effect on the timeline in order to access its properties window:
Adjust available effect parameters in the Properties window located on the left. Click Done to apply the changes and close the Properties window.
Use controls in the the Preview Area to set fade in and fade out areas.
After you have applied all the desired effects, close the Edit Input File(s) window. It will bring you back to the main screen. Configure conversion parameters as you need and press Convert Now!.
Wait while the software converts your video. It might take up to several hours depending on your computer capabilities.
That's all! The edited video of a new format is now ready to be watched.