EaseUS Video Editor$ 29.95
- Simple, accessible interface
- Good range of effects and transitions
- Decent selection of overlays
- Easy to use for beginners
- Best in Low price
- Limited footage editing options
- A little on the expensive side
- Some ugly text effects
- Useless UI
- Do not Professional
EaseUS finally launches its own Video Editor to come in competition with other software like Filmora9, Premiere Pro etc to compete them. In this article, we will completely tell you EaseUS Video Editor Full Review 2020. So let’s start your review and put an eye on its Pros and Cons.
EaseUS is a company best known for its file utilities, dealing with things such as data recovery, backing up and partitioning, so it might come as something of a surprise to see a video editing tool coming from the same stable. Nevertheless, EaseUS Video Editor is here, helping you make the most of the footage shot on your phone, GoPro, or another digital camera.
The claim by EaseUS that this is a “pro-level video editor software for beginners and pros” is a little bold, but it’s certainly impressive. Working with whatever media files you add to the library, you can drop videos, music, voiceover tracks, text and endless effects and transitions on to the timeline, splicing, mixing editing and more. Finished results can be exported as audio, video or even animated GIF files, with each format being highly customizable in terms of encoders, bitrate and more.
1. EaseUS Video Editor Review 2020:
As is becoming increasingly common, EaseUS has decided to offer a variety of plans for EaseUS Video Editor; the one you choose will determine whether the price is ‘quite expensive’ or ‘very expensive’.
One option is a monthly subscription model at $29.95 (about £20, AU$45) per month. If you only intend to use the software for a month, this might be a good option, otherwise, it will prove extraordinarily expensive. Next up, you can buy a year-long license for $49.95 (about £40, AU$75), which is rather more reasonable.
EaseUS pitches the Lifetime Upgrades option as the ‘best value’ package, but at $79.95 (about £60, AU$115) it may seem like too much of an outlay for some people – particularly as your needs may outgrow the software before too long.
1.1. Hardware Requirements:
EaseUS Video Editor requires the following Hardware accessories to use its commands.
- Processor: 500 MHz processor or faster
- RAM: A minimum of 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM; A minimum of 2 GB RAM for Window 8/8.1/10
- Hard Disk: A minimum of 1 GB of available space on the hard disk
- ROM: D-R/RW DVD-R/RW DVD+R/RW or DVD+R DL drive
- Devices: Keyboard, mouse and other compatible pointing devices
1.2. System Requirements:
Make sure you are running the following System Requirements to run the software.
- Windows® 7
- Windows® 8
- Windows® 8.1
- Windows® 10
2. Navigating Video Editor Interface:
If we talk about Navigation then this is very simple but helpful. This navigation helps you quickly learn how to use the basic editing functions step by step via the prompts, you can read the details to know the main functions of EaseUS Video Editor easily.
2.1. Editing Modes:
When you launch your Video Editor then it has Five editing modes which help you to choose your correct aspect ration for best editing module. When you will open then, you’ll see there are 9:16, 4:3 and 16:9 modes for your choice. When you will choose your ration then you can also change it from the setting. This feature is also available in Filmora9
2.2. Full Feature Introduction Review:
If we talk about its features then these are totally five which are Media/Text/Filters/Overlays/Transitions: There are five tabs in this section. You can import the media that you are going to edit, apply texts/filters/overlays/transitions to the video clips.
Besides these there are some more functions which you can find in the Video Editor from EaseUS and those are as follows.
- Real-time Preview Window: The player will let you play the media you add inside the software. This will allow you to preview the videos before, during and when finished so you can make sure your movie looks great from beginning to end.
- Toolbar: The toolbar offers direct access to some editing commands.
- Undo: Click the “Undo” button to cancel the last edit you made to the media file.
- Redo: Click the “Redo” button to restore the last edit you made to the media file.
- Edit: Click the “Edit” button to edit the video clip including the video playback speed, rotation, flipping and visual effects and the audio/music like volume, fade in/out effect, etc.
- Split: Click the “Split” button to cut the whole video/audio clip into parts.
- Delete: Click the “Delete” button to delete the video clips, filters, overlays, pictures, texts and the music etc
- Crop: Click the “Crop” button to crop the video screen size.
- Mosaic: Click the “Mosaic” button to add a mosaic to the video
- Freeze Frame: Click the “Freeze Frame” button to freeze the frame and extend its duration.
3. Import Media Files
You are able to import audio, video and image to Media Library of Video Editor so that you can use these imported media files to create a Video, the imported files can also be
deleted if you imported it by mistake.
3.1. Import File (s)
Three kinds of files are supported in this software: audio, video and image. You can directly drag the file folder or files to the media zone for editing. Or you can import them manually by clicking the “Import” button on the top left corner. Organize them by name, duration, type and date imported if you need it.
3.2. Delete File (s)
EaseUS Video Editor provides you with the facility to delete your imported files. To delete them In the Media Library, right-click the clip and select “Delete” to remove the file that you imported just now. Note that the file has just been deleted from the software. The actual file still remains in its original location.
3.3. Context Menu
When the file is imported into the Media Library, right-click it and you’ll find many useful functions there.
- “Add to project” to add the file to the timeline.
- “Preview” to view the file in the built-in media player.
- “Rename” to create a new name for the file.
- “Open File Location” to check the concrete location of the added files.
- “Details” to check the detailed information of the loaded files.
4. Basic Editing:
Use the Editor to arrange and edit clips on the timeline to build your video. The timeline is the primary working area for editing your video, Audio and Image. In this editing, you can edit Three types of editing.
- Video Editing
- Audio Editing
- Image Editing
5. Export You Project
Click “Export” in the Toolbar to export the project. There are four available ways to save the project. In the export window, you can export your video into four types.
- Export as a Video Project File
- Export as a Video File
- Export to Video Platform(s)
- Export as an Audio File
So, in the end, our thoughts are that if you want simple and basic editing then you need this software which is the best alternative of Filmora9 and Movavi Video Editor Plus 2020. This software is still in development mood because it is its initial release. Maybe in the future, it will improve its services and give you a great UI. Our team did not like it UI because it is very worst and did not give correct Graphics. In the other hands, Filmora and Movavi are great in User Interface. If EaseUS wants to compete for this software then they have to update it day by day with complete functionality. What do you think about this software kindly tell us in the comment section below? For more reviews and tutorials Like Our Facebook Page or SUBSCRIBE Our YouTube Channel, you can also Follow Us on Twitter too for daily updates. Thanks