AVS Video Editor: An Overview

AVS Video Editor is easy-to-use software for video editing and enhancements. There are quite a few features through which you can give your home production a professional look by adding menus and audio commentaries.

Editing Features

AVS Video Editor has a simple interface and you can do the usual video editing functions like trimming, splitting, cutting, merging, rotating and mixing videos. The Timeline is sophisticated and the Storyboard tools enable you to do precise editing. The editing process is quite fast, even in HD versions, as the software uses an integrated technology for the video cache. Audio can be edited directly in the video itself and you can also combine various tracks of audio.

Enhancing Features

The software has a feature for Stabilization which helps you to get rid of any shake encountered while recording. AVS Video Editor has a library of 300 different video effects which you can apply to your recordings. Text subtitles and comments can be added, and you can give a background score, add a commentary and also mute sounds which are not required.

Compatible with Various Formats

AVS Video Editor supports many video formats and they include AVI, DivX, IVF, Xvid, M2T, MTS, TOD, M2TS, WMV, ASX, ASF, MPG, MP2, MPEG, MPEG-4, VRO, VOB, 3GP, 3GP2, MP4, MOV, M4V, QT, FLV, SWF, DV, RM, RAM, IVR, RV, RMVB and many others.

Capturing, Processing and Sharing

The software enables you to directly transfer videos from cameras, Internet and DV to your hard drive. The encoding function lets you create videos in MPEG format so that you can burn it to DVDs. Blu-rays can be opened and edited by applying various effects and introducing menus. The same can then be burnt on to discs in any supported formats. The software interface provides a direct uploading function through which you can share your videos from various websites like Flickr, Facebook and others.