The internal video editor offers several editing features for you to edit Blu-ray/DVD/video files before you get final output. These features include: trim, watermark, crop, effect, 3D, remove noise, create chapter, etc. Both Convert and Burn modules offer you video editor. It’s easy to enter the editing panel. Under Convert module, after loading Blu-ray/DVD/video files, click the Edit icon to enter the editing panel. Under Burn module, after loading source video files, click the Edit icon if you display loaded video in thumbnail or hit the Edit option on thumbnail if you display loaded video in detail to enter the editing panel. The Convert module and Burn module share the same editing panel. However, there are two extra options in Burn module including Remove Noise and Create Chapter. The below content would show you how to edit Blu-ray/DVD/video with Leawo Prof. Media 11 (with pictures snapped under Convert module).
Under Trim tab, you can dag the left limiter and the right limiter on the playbar to remove unwanted clip. You could also click the limiter buttons to determine the start place and end place, or set the Start Time and End Time values to trim video length. After trimming, you could click the "Start section preview" button to get a preview.
Under Watermark tab, you could add Text watermark or Image watermark as you like. Slide the Watermark to green and then add either text or image as watermark freely. You could even customize watermark.
1. To add Text watermark, slide Text box to green and then input text into the follow-up box. Click the color button to set text color, and hit the text font button to adjust text font, style, size, etc.
2. To add Image watermark, slide the Image box to green and then click the Browse button to browse and add image as signature.
After adding text or image watermark, you could adjust the watermark Transparency, Position, Size, and choose to whether to apply the watermark to all or not. You could also directly drag added watermark on the "Output Preview" panel to set watermark position.
In Crop tab, you can firstly choose a Zoom style, and then drag the handlers of the frame on the left "Original Preview" window, or modify the parameters below for an accurate result to crop video size and remove black margins.
You could also rotate video for special angle of view here: click the Horizontal flip button to rotate for horizontal view, click the Vertical flip button to rotate for vertical view, hit the right-turn button to rotate 90 degrees clockwise, or hit the left-turn button to rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise.
Under Effect tab, change video effect including Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and VolumeZoom by sliding the adjuster from -100 to 100, or directly setting a value in the box followed by.
Differently from Convert module, “Remove Noise” feature is an extra option in Burn module. When burning a video to BD/DVD discs, you can see this extra option.
In “Remove Noise” tab, you could slide Remove Noise box to green to remove noise in the video.
When you burn a video to Blu-ray or DVD, there will show another extra tab Create Chapter . Under Create Chapter tab, you can create and insert custom chapters into the disc. Click “Insert chapter” button to create a chapter at the current playing time. Click “Delete” button to delete a selected chapter in the right of the chapter list sidebar, while click “Delete All” to delete all chapters in one time. However, you could tend to insert chapter automatically. At the right of the label Auto Insert Chapter, you could choose Set chapters and input a number to insert chapters at the equal diversion point of the video based on your pre-set number, then click Auto Insert Chapter button to insert the created chapters. In addition, you could choose “Set chapter length” and input a length of time to insert chapters based on the chapter length.
Finally, click “OK” to save your settings.
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