Windows 10 built-in video editor

Windows 10 has a hidden video editor as part of part of the Photos app. How to Use Windows 10’s Hidden Video Editor article gives instructions how to use this simple but useful for many simple tasks video editor. While this isn’t the most powerful video editor you can get on Windows, it’s surprisingly capable.

To edit a video file, open it in the Photos app (use Open with on file options).

In that way video will open and play in the Photos app. To edit the video, click “Edit & Create” on the toolbar. Use the Trim tool, simply drag the two handles on the playback bar to select the portion of the video you want to keep and use “Save a Copy”. The “Save Photos” tool lets you pick a frame of the video and save it as a photo. The “Draw” tool provides tools for drawing on a video.

When you have tripped all your video clips, you can also combine those chips to a longer ready video with Photos app. To start creating a video project, you can click the “Create a Video With Text” or “Add 3D Effects” tool. The “Automatic video with music” option lets you select your own photos or videos. You can add photos to get a slideshow or combine photos with a video.

The editing tools are fairly self-explanatory. The Filters tool offers a variety of filters. The Motion tool lets you choose different styles of camera motion for the video or photo. The 3D Effects tool provides a library of 3D effects you can apply to the video.

Microsoft Create films with Video Editor document describes how to create a new video that you can edit from start to finish, add text, add music, add effects and publish your video. When you have completed your project, select Finish video to publish your film. You can control video quality if you wish.

How to Use Windows 10 FREE Video Editor video shows how to edit videos using this free app that comes with Windows 10. It shows how to import your video, how to create a basic storyboard, how to trim and splice your videos, how to add a title, how to add music, and how to publish to YouTube.

If you are interested in other video editing alternatives, check out 5 Best Free Video Editing Software for YouTube [2021 Update] and Edit Videos Like a Pro: The 12 Best Free Video Editing Software Programs for 2021 web pages. Check also OpenShot.

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