When we need to create or edit a video, many of us will choose Windows Movie Maker because it is free, and super easy to use. Even a newbie could quickly know how to use it. But we will also find some disadvantages. Windows Movie Maker only has one timeline track; it doesn’t allow user to add mosaic; and its interface is a little complicated. Luckily, there's a more powerful video editor called ApowerEdit which possesses all kinds of practical features.
Below is the step-by-step instruction you can refer to.
Step 1: Download the ApowerEdit and Open It.
At first glance, ApowerEdit bears little resemblance to Windows Movie Maker, but once you move your mouse and hit the tool buttons, you will be attracted by its clear layout and elaborate functional divisions: the media library, the editing area, and the preview window are all distinctly arranged in the interface.
Step 2: Import Materials to the Media.
You can import any material you need to edit, such as video, picture, music and so on.
Step 3: Drag and Drop Them Into the Timeline Panel.
When editing your videos, you need to drag and drop your materials onto the timeline Panel. Filters, transitions, pictures, music and so on, whatever they are, ApowerEdit grants you the ability to apply as many effects as you like.
Step 4: Click the Tool Buttons in the Toolbar to Edit Your Video
ApowerEdit allows you to trim your videos, set duration, and add mosaic to your videos, which will really bring your video projects into life. So if you’re interested in getting creative, ApowerEdit will be a good option.
Step 5: Export Your Video.
Click “Export” in the Toolbar to export the project. You can choose different formats to save your videos. ApowerEdit supports five available video formats: MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV and MOV. There are also options for Apple and Android to export to.