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Video Editor for Mac

Update: Aug 9, 2012

For Mac
  • Cut and clip videos with ease to keep the desired parts
  • Join videos in different formats together seamlessly
  • Split videos into several parts to fit for your digital devices
  • High compatibility of multiple video formats
  • Multiple output options to perfect your video output
  • Real-time preview and conveninet timeline

Size: 30.8MB Price: $42.00

AVCWare Video Editor for Mac Introduction

AVCWare Video Editor for Mac meets all your demands on video editing on Mac OS with supreme ease. Featured with intuitive interface and easy navigation buttons, you can cut video clips, split video segments and merge different video files together, and then export to High Definition videos and standard videos in excellent quality.

In addition to video editing functions, you can also customize your video output by adjusting a set of parameters to perfect the visual quality according to actual need. Embedded with real-time preview window, AVCWare Video Editor for Mac lets you preview source video files with ease and drag the timeline to set editing points with ease.

Key Functions

  • Cut and Clip Videos with Ease

    Cut and Clip Videos with Ease

    Clip and cut your videos with extreme precision to retain the wanted parts of your loved video files.

  • Join Videos Together Seamlessly

    Join Videos Together Seamlessly

    Merge multiple videos in different formats together and output as a completely new movie. Moreover, the video editing software for Mac also let you to apply transitional effects to realize the seamless joint.

  • Split Videos into Several

    Split Videos into Several

    Divide a video file into several segments to fit the capacity of your digital devices by setting split points with ease.

System Requirements

OS Mac OS X v10.5 - 10.8
Processor Intel® processor
RAM 512MB RAM
Free Hard Disk 150MB free hard disk space for installation (10GB or more for temporary files)
Graphic Card Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher

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