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EaseUS Video Editor is intended to help you create your own videos of a decent quality, even if your skills do not match those of a professional. In this sense, the effort of its developers is commendable, who include a tutorial so that even less experienced users cam build their own creations without much effort.
As in many other video editors, the work area is divided into three large regions. The first of these stores assets that may be needed as source material. This includes a variety of media such as clips, audio and images. Also accessed through this region, there is a collection of transitions, titles, subtitles and effects.
Next in the workflow is the timeline region, which has different tracks to which the assets are dragged for positioning them in the final version of the video. Besides, you can also perform basic editing operations, such as cropping, trimming, imerging. It is a pity that there are limitations on the number of video layers you can use. Also, unfortunately, the timeline can only be used in one way. In this regard, many users could benefit from the availability of a Slideshow mode, which is much easier to use for beginners.
Finally, the third major region allows us to preview our work as we work, without the need to render the entire video. This allows us to move forward or backward and make adjustments before finally moving on to exporting the video.
As for output formats, the editor supports practically any of the most currently used ones. It is also good that there are output profiles specifically intended for sharing our creations on social networks.
In summary, EaseUS Video Editor will not let you down if you're looking for a mid-range video editor that's easy to use and produces acceptable results. Fortunately there is a version that you can use at no cost; however, it has a number of limitations in accessing resources with transitions and texts. The solution may be to purchase the full version, if you are satisfied with the trial.
- Supports multiple formats
- Interface matching workflow,
- Large collection of transitions and effects
- Output profles
- Timeline in only one mode
- Limitations in the numberof layers