Free Video Editing Software
VideoSpin is free video editing software that allows you to create your own movie clips in minutes using your own videos and pictures. VideoSpin has some limitations however. The application works only with files on your hard drive. You can't edit audio, except for levels. VideoSpin provides a surprising number of video transitions and, although it has merely a handful of title templates, you can customize them to your heart's content. It has several cheesy sound effects, and you can import audio files for use as a soundtrack.
VideoSpin is amazingly easy and fun for all consumers, especially users who don’t want to spend much time creating movies. The application has already been successfully downloaded by many consumers attracted by the simplicity of being able to quickly create entertaining videos and post them on the Web or email them to friends and family. Produced by a trusted name in the consumer video editing industry, VideoSpin offers the complete package, not just a trial version, absolutely free.
Designed for Windows XP with SP2, or Vista™ systems, VideoSpin is available for immediate download at no charge from www.videospin.com. It also seems to work on Windows 7. See test below
Consumers of all ages and all walks of life can benefit from the VideoSpin editor, including fans of online video-sharing sites, teachers, seniors and students as well as the millions of people with digital videos and photos accumulating on their PCs.
Specifically designed to make video editing and sharing fast, easy and fun, VideoSpin takes the complexity out of video editing while putting the sizzle in. Users can create entertaining movies in minutes simply by dragging and dropping their videos, pictures and music from their PC’s hard drive onto the timeline and adding a few transitions and titles if they wish. Movies can be previewed after each change by clicking on the “Make Movie” button. Completed videos can be output in a common video format such as AVI, MPEG, RealVideo® or Windows® Media, for viewing and sharing on a PC or a portable media device. Videos can also be attached to an e-mail or uploaded directly to popular Web sites like YouTube™ or Yahoo! Video™.
Comprehensive help is available 24x7 at www.videospin.com as well as free interactive tutorials on how the software can be used to make a video. Consumers can view each step of the tutorials at their own pace, and can view expert tips by clicking on “tip!” when it appears. Tutorial are invaluable resources because they guide one through every step of the movie-making process and make using the VideoSpin album, timeline and preview components easy to understand.
VideoSpin comes with a 15-day trial of its Advanced Codec Pack to enable users to create and edit MPEG-2, MPEG-4/DivX® files and to share videos on devices like the Apple iPod® Video. Users can purchase the pack for $14.99 or continue using VideoSpin without these features when the trial is over. For those who want even more capabilities, simply click on the “Get More” shortcut button at the top of the VideoSpin screen. This will open a special browser window with a catalog of available upgrades, including additional codecs.
VideoSpin. Windows 7 Test
Mar 20, 2010