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Gilisoft Video Editor is a collection of tools intended for video editing and conversion. It can be used by inexpert users without much difficulty, mostly because there is a sort of dashboard from which you can access most of its functions. Moreover, its being very similar to other similar applications helps those who have previous experience.
The application supports importing virtually all types of video files. Likewise, it can produce clips in many formats and, fortunately, you do not need to worry about compatibility issues because there are presets identified by the name of their supporting devices. The wide range of supported formats allows this product to be conveniently used as a converter. However, its big limitation is the impossibility of transcoding file batches.
Most of the basic operations related to video editing are allowed. Thus, there are tools for such purposes as extracting a segment, splitting footage and joining various clips. In this regard, I really appreciate the possibility of extracting various fragments from the same source clip and splitting a video based on time and size limits or manually. Similarly, you can use the tool to crop, rotate and flip the image. Finally, it is also possible to apply some visual effects as well as add subtitles, audio backgrounds and watermarks.
In conclusion, Gilisoft Video Editor can be the right solution for inexpert users. However, I think it can also be quite disappointing for more demanding people. The lack of a timeline makes it impossible to edit your video as a single piece, and you need to combine different operations to achieve the desired results instead. Lastly, this product can be tried at no cost for a limited time.
- Supports various output and input formats
- Has basic editing features
- Handy cutter and splitter
- No transcoding of file batches
- No timeline