DVDVideoSoft Launches Free Video Editor for Non-Professional Users

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DVDVideoSoft Free Video Editor v1.4 user interface

NEW YORK — DVDVideoSoft, an independent developer of multimedia software programs, recently introduced Free Video Editor v1.4, a solution for simple editing for non-professional users who intend to cut and convert video in a couple of steps without going deeply into technical details.

The new program represents a lightweight alternative to professional video editing programs such as Sony Vegas or Corel VideoStudio. Its main advantage is the flawless no “re-encoding” approach, which is perfect for people who don't want to lose the quality of the video. In addition its primary function, deleting parts from video files helps users to eliminate advertisements and unwanted parts, as well as customize a video to exact needs by keeping only the important parts.

Free Video Editor also presents several essential features, including video conversion without editing and conversion into sound only. One more common function represents an option for pointing at the unwanted part and deleting it with one button.

Video Editor provides control over the output result with the ability to customize conversion parameters. Output types variety include AVI, MKV, MP3 - sound only, MP4, and GIF. The app is pretty robust, and it offers one more conversion option — a choice for video/audio quality, which is useful considering various performance capabilities of devices.

The new app does not contain adware. Its clean and secure installation process lets an unprepared or advanced user to edit and convert without any distractions. To increase usability of the program, DVDVideoSoft added a feature to mute the sound of any video file during playback with just one mouse click.