As a blogger in 2019, video editing is really one thing you can’t escape. If you’re online you better be sure you’re on your video game, basically. Only there’s nothing basic about it.
Video editing is literally the worst thing for me. I just can’t seem to get a grip on .mov or .avi files, the cutting and pasting, the voice overs… not to mention titles, transformations, the filters. Argh!!! I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve spent sweating over my Mac in pursuit of a perfectly edited video.
I’ve still never managed to create the elusive perfectly edited video.
There have been so many times I’ve got close to throwing my laptop (and iMovie) out of the window, never to darken my doorstep again.
Until I met Movavi Video Editor for Mac, the answer to absolutely all of my editing woes!!
Movavi is a movie maker for Mac that has everything you need to create great home movies and photo slideshows – without the aggro. It’s really as easy as importing your footage into the program and then using it to create any kind of presentations: travel videos, wedding documentaries, birthday slideshows, holiday memories… whatever floats your boat (literally, if you’ve been holidaying on a boat).
Movavi – angst-free video editing
The program has simple controls and an intuitive interface, so Movavi guarantee a short learning curve – 20 minutes, they say! – and tons of creative fun, with loads of filters, transitions and titles. And then once you’re done you can export your video in any format compatible with Mac OS X (that won’t have, at this time, been thrown at the window): AVI, MPEG-4, MOV and many more.
Or you can even upload your film to YouTube or Google Drive directly from the program!
I find Movavi way more intuitive to use when compared to a native Mac video editor, and who can blame me? It’s stuffed full of features and tools such as picture-in-picture, video stabilisation, audio capture, audio editing tools and, my favourite, a really cool beat detection. There are also ready-to-use intros and outros, a supercool montage wizard, and an editing interface that’s just really lovely to use.
Perhaps my favourite thing about Movavi, though, is the effects store. I’ve never seen this kind of thing before when it comes to video editing software, but it’s an amazing place you can visit to purchase filters, stickers, backgrounds, transitions and intros to suit the video you’re producing. They really are the best way to craft a professional-looking video without the headache of having to figure out difficult editing software.
You can purchase Movavi from their website for the bargain price of £29.95. Go straight here to super-charge your movies and to never worry about video editing again.
Thanks, Movavi, for working with MTT on this post.