Video editing

Video editing is the processing of source video in a video editor for the further compiling in a single movie.

During the editing the best frames are selecting from the different filmed fragments and compiling into the finalized scenes which, in their turn, then combining into a final version of the video, intended for demonstration to the public or private viewing.

With the wide spreading of the computers and digital cameras video editing has gradually begun to be made not only by filmmakers but also by the ordinary people. Moreover, today anyone can shoot their own movie or film, not investing a dime in it, and using only free software for video editing! You can read about one of them in the article below.

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Video editing VideoPad 5.30
5.5 MB (installer)
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 32&64-bit
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Similar paid soft:
Sony Movie Studio (from RUR 3215)

VideoPad 5.30

A free video editor for processing and final compiling video of almost any complexity. The program has an intuitive interface, Russified and supports a huge number of media formats and various effects.

A video tutorial on how to work with the old English version of VideoPad Video Editor:

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