Import and edit an mp4 or other video

Import and edit an mp4 or other video

Can I import and edit an mp4 or other video?

Yes, with Deluxe or Premier Plans you can import a video file to use in the editor.  The videos you import must be in one of the following formats:  .mp4, .mov, .webm or .somrec.

To import a video, open the Video Editor and click the Import button from the menu in the top right.



Next, select a video file in one of the approved formats and click Open.
The imported video is then displayed in the Video Projects area for you to edit.

For more details, see this tutorial.


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