Follow-up Guide: Edit Video with MacX Video Converter Pro

Yesterday I posted the information about how to convert video to Iphone Samsung HTC with MacX Video Converter Pro. Hope it can offer your some assistance during the video conversion process with this program. Now, I’m glad to share how to edit video with our software.

Infused with excellent video editing feature, MacX Video Converter Pro does give you a hand to polish your video. You can trim video and audio clips, crop frame size, split and merge videos, add watermark to personalize your videos. Besides, it supports Blu-ray and MKV built-in subtitle tracks or you can download AAS/SRT external subtitle files from internet and add it to video.

Let’s see how to finish the video editing task below:

Crop the Video Size

Select “Edit” tab of the video need to convert, click “Enable Crop” button and adjust your video’s aspect ratio to Full Screen, 16:9, 4:3, 1:1, or you can adjust the crop area size and position by dragging the resizable handle and frame. Once you finish your setting, press “Done” to confirm.

Trim/Clip Video Segment

Select “Edit” button, the submenu Trim window allows you to adjust the duration of the video segment by dragging the left or right bar under the video preview windows or modify the “Start Time” and “End time” with values directly.

Add Watermark to the Video

Under “Watermark” tab, tick the option of “Enable Watermark” to import an image watermark or create a text watermark to personalize your video. Also adjust the transparency, vertical and horizontal position of your watermark.

Add Subtitle to Video

Select “Edit” tab of the video need to convert, click “Enable subtitle” button to add built-in subtitle tracks to the video or you can load an external subtitle file (.ssa, .ass, .srt) to the video. If you don’t have a subtitle file yet, go to to search and download one for free.


Merge Video Files[/B]

To merge two or more files, select the videos you want to merge, choose the status Merge All ‘‘On’’ for merge and click ‘‘Run’’ in the main interface.