One of the most frequently used methods of editing videos is by cropping them. Essentially cropping involves altering the frame of a video by cutting away parts of it. That is tremendously useful when you are creating video content for a blog – in more ways than one.
When you crop your video you will be altering the dimensions of its frame which can help it to fit better in a blog. In particular this will let you alter the aspect ratio of your videos so that they fit into the standard 16:9 that is used for HD videos. Also cropping your video can help you to trim out unnecessary elements and focus the attention of viewers on important elements instead – which can make a huge difference.
If you want to crop videos for a blog using Movavi Video Editor, you’ll find that it is easy enough to get started with these steps:
- Click ‘Add Media Files’ and select the video that you want to crop.
- Click on the video where it appears in the ‘Timeline’ and press the ‘Crop’ button.
- Resize and re-position the rectangle that appears in the ‘Preview’ window to define the frame that you desire.
- Click ‘Apply’ to crop the video.
- Click ‘Export’ to save the video.
That is honestly all you need to do to crop a video, but if you feel you’d like more detailed instructions you can head over to https://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-crop-video.html. Suffice to say Movavi Video Editor will make it a piece of cake to crop your videos – and that is just the start.
Because Movavi Video Editor is a powerful video editor at its core, it can help you to also edit your video in several other ways. With its assistance you can split and merge video segments, enhance the video quality, insert customizable text, apply special effects, include audio tracks, fix common problems, and much more.
Each of the features in Movavi Video Editor can be used just as intuitively as cropping your video. In fact you probably won’t need any instructions and will be able to figure them out by experimenting with them. When you do so, be sure to try out as many features as possible and see the ways in which they can help you to create better videos for your blog or website.