Video Edit Magic 4.14
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What's new in Video Edit Magic 4.14:
- Make Movie in Windows Media 9: The all new Windows Media 9 support gives you Windows Media 9 profiles organized in 4 different categories of videos. You can now make movies using the Windows Media 9 video and audio codecs.
- Pan and Zoom Effect: The new Pan and Zoom video effect lets you create the classic Ken Burns effect from your photo snaps and videos. Breathe life into your still photos by adding this effect and some music.
- Animated Transform Effect: With this new effect, you can make your videos move and rotate at the same time. For example, you can also start from an off-screen position and make Video Rolls.
- Display Aspect Ratio in DVD Video: With Video Edit Magic, you can now create DVD Video for Normal TV, HDTV and Cinemascope Movie.
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To get started, you have to import video (the "drag and drop" method is supported) and audio (optional), and add it to the timeline. You can preview it in a small window or add video effects and transitions.
Video effects include "Fade In" and "Face Out", "Pixelate", "Emboss", "Posterize", "Brightness/Contrast", "Color Channel", "Rotate", "Text/Title", "Pan and Zoom" and others, but you can also configure their settings.
There are also many transitions to choose from, including "Picture-in-Picture", "Wipe", "Triangle Wipe", "Matrix Wipe", "JPEG Image Wipe", "Cross Fade", "Slide", "Random Dissolve", "Iris", "Luminance" and more. Once again, settings can be changed.
Furthermore, you can split the track, split and pack the timeline, take a snapshot of the preview window, crop video, record a narration and create a movie in AVI, MOV, WAV (audio only), MPEG formats, Windows Media formats or Digital Video AVI.
The program is easy to learn even by beginners, thanks to its well-drawn help file and video tutorials, and it uses a moderate amount of system resources. However, it takes a while for Video Edit Magic to apply changes and navigating could have been simplified.
Although Video Edit Magic couldn't compete with more powerful similar software, it's still a good way to start when it comes to editing video. We recommend it to first-time users.
Video Edit Magic was reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on January 28th, 2013
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 9X / ME