EasiestSoft Movie Editor

EasiestSoft Movie Editor 2.0

It is actually a suite of applications intended for video and audio editing
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Easiestsoft Movie Editor is actually a suite of applications intended for video and audio editing. Thus, you can use it to extract segments from a clip, crop the frame, apply visual effects, add watermarks, embed subtitles, merge various clips, split large files and convert your files to other formats. The joining element for all the included tools is the main menu. It lets you easily access them and facilitates the navigation through all the components. Fortunately, unlike other similar suites, this one has unity in its visual design.

The tools included in this suite are Easy Video/Audio Cutter, Batch Video/Audio Cutter, Advanced Video Cutter, Video/Audio Joiner, Video/Audio Splitter, Video Effects, Video Subtitle, Video Cropper and Video Watermark. However, most of them are actually the same tool with different names.

The number of both input and output formats is extensive. In addition, provided the source videos have the same format, it lets you merge them without re-encoding, which will save you a lot of time. During all the operations, you can preview the results of the changes as you make them.

All in all, Easiestsoft Movie Editor is a useful suite that allows you to create your own videos without much effort. However, its functions are unnecessarily distributed among its component tools. In addition, it is certainly not very sophisticated and consequently very far behind the leading video editors, though it is much more affordable, too.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • It can merge multiple clips without re-encoding.
  • It supports a wide range of input and output formats.
  • It supports multiple editing functions.
  • It allows previewing.
  • It is very easy to use.
  • It is more affordable than other similar tools

Cons

  • Its functions are unnecessarily distributed among its component tools.
  • Most of the component tools are just variations of the same
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