When it comes to editing videos, the cornerstone is definitely splitting videos. Essentially what this means is the act of taking a single video clip and splitting it into two (or more) segments. Once you do that, you can then remove the segments that you don’t need, or conversely isolate and extract the parts that you do need.
In particular, splitting videos in this fashion is what will let you take the best parts from multiple different videos and subsequently join them together in a particular sequence as your ‘final cut’. That is precisely what big Hollywood movies do as well, and it all starts with knowing how to split a video.
The good news is that with the help of Movavi Video Editor you should be able to start to cut video in just a few minutes by following these instructions:
- Click ‘Add Media Files’ and select the video that you want to split.
- Find the video in the ‘Timeline’ and click on it to select it.
- Move the red marker right above the video to the point where you want to split it.
- Click the ‘Scissors’ icon to split it at that point.
- Repeat as necessary and save the video when you’re done by clicking ‘Export’.
Irrespective of whether you want to split your video into two, three, four or more segments – you can use this method to do so quite easily. When you’re done you can then use Movavi Video Editor to delete the parts you don’t need, save the parts you do, or merge clips together.
With the other features in Movavi Video Editor you can do a lot more as well. The tools that it provides will allow you to enhance the video quality, insert personalized text, apply special effects and filters, add stylish animated transitions, include audio tracks, fix common problems, and much more.
Be sure to take advantage of these features as together they will let you create videos that are attractive, unique, and really look as if they were produced professionally. Considering all the features in Movavi Video Editor are designed to be so easy to use, it probably won’t take you more than a few minutes to become familiar with them and start to apply them to transform your videos into stunning masterpieces in their own right.