To make sure it suits the needs of most users, AVS Video Editor supports popular file formats like AVI, MP4, VOB, DVD, WMV, MOV, 3GP, MKV, and H.263/H.264 among others.
No matter what file format you work with, the options you have available include cutting, splitting, trimming, rotating, and mixing videos.
Moreover, you can select between 300 video effects and stabilize shaky records. You can make your videos more interactive by inserting subtitles, menus, audio, and text comments.
AVS Video Editor also opens and edits Blu-ray videos. After applying effects and menus, you can save the file in any format and burn it on a Blu-ray disc.
If you want to share output videos over the Internet, you can do this right from within the AVS Video Editor interface.
New features included with AVS Video Editor are capturing your video and speeding up HD video editing. On the one hand, video is easier to transfer from DV, web, or VSH cameras and save on your computer memory or on a DVD disc, and next, video editing become faster due to the integrated video cache technology.
With AVS Video Editor, you can effectively manage AVCHD, AVI HD, WMV HD, MOD, TOD, MTS/M2TS and other similar formats.
Although not designed for professional video editors, AVS Video Editor is worth considering due to its compatibility with popular formats, user-friendly interface, easiness of use, and convenience.
Unlike similar products, AVS Video Editor is less complex and packs fewer features, but its capability should be just enough for the average user who wants to create simple multimedia compositions about family events.