Capture Video From Camcorders and Other Video Devices
Load a variety of video file formats from different sources. VideoPad can capture video from:
… and just about any other device connected to your computer.
Cut the boring sections out of your video clips
Easy to use sequence makes editing a breeze
View your clips in Storybook or Timeline mode, and optimize the time you spend navigating through clips on the sequence.
The incredibly intuitive controls let you scroll, zoom, cut, and trim your clips quickly and easily.
Use the Snapshot feature to extract still images from your video for use in your movie or to save them onto your computer
Undock the preview window into an independent window to make your video editing station fast and efficient
You can easily add audio to your videos such as music and voiceovers to create a truly immersive video experience
You can record audio directly into the program or use an existing sound file from an audio CD, a file on your computer, or from the NCH Software Sound Library
Use the Text to Speech feature to have the words you write read allowed
Apply audio transitions such as the audio fade effect to have your music fade in or out
Apply audio effects such as chorus, distortion, echo, reverb, and more to get the most out of the audio in your movies
Change Video Playback Speed
Speed up video or apply slow motion to make sequences easier to view or to add a fun effect. Reversing playback is just as easy.
To speed up or slow down a video clip, select the clip, then choose the Speed effect. This gives you the speed change options where you can adjust the speed using the slider. Anything below 100 will slow down the clip, anything above 100 will speed it up.
Video stabilization is a simple solution for steadying “shaky” video clips, eliminating camera shakiness that can come from panning, rotating, zooming, or handheld shooting by applying a de shaker filter.
To apply video stabilization, right-click on your video clip in the Media List and select “Stabilize video(s).” Then select a location to save the new stabilized video clip.
Also known as green screen video editing, you can use chroma key transparency to overlay two video clips or images together and seamlessly integrate talent into separate backdrops and videos.
Stereoscopic 3D Video
When you want to add clips already in 3D to your timeline or convert a video from 2D to 3D, VideoPad can help you share and view your movies in eye-popping 3D. Simply click the Stereoscopic 3D icon when you’re ready to export your finished movie.