There is absolutely no doubt that AVS is one of the best video editing software in the world since it is extremely easy to use for both beginners and advanced professionals. It can comfortably control every aspect of audio/video adjustment, video editing, editing of special effects and provide customized transition. In case you have already used AVS you might wonder whether AVS supports Mac. Unfortunately AVS does not support Mac and instead you have to find a video program that is similar to AVS. You can use iSkysoft Video Editor for Mac which can be used as AVS for Mac by beginners for video editing.
Live Video Editing and Intuitive Interface
The iSkysoft Video Editor has been designed with a concise user interface along with an intuitive timeline which is located at the bottom for the user to easily sync, organize and edit the video and audio comfortably. The user is also provided the option of dragging and dropping for video editing. Hence you can drag and drop, import and arrange the videos. Similarly you can also drag and drop from iTunes to create a soundtrack for your video. Various types of video formats are supported on iSkysoft Video Editor so you can import almost any video format and edit it.
iSkysoft Video Editor will provide you an extensive list of fabulous video editing tools including rotate, crop, effect, merge, split and trim. You can also use various types of visual effects combined with enhancement tools and apply them to the videos. You can also preview the edited videos alongside of the editing window so that you can understand how the end result will look.
Sharing the Edited Videos
The basic idea of video is that it has been designed to share and hence it is an extremely good idea to show off your edited videos on various social networking websites such as YouTube. You can use preset profiles on the Studio Express to easily export your edited videos on popular social networking websites as well as various devices such as iPhone, iPad and iPod for playback. You can also export the edited videos on other devices like PSP, Zune player and creative Zen player. In case you own a website you can use HTML5 to embed your edited videos onto your web pages. You need to ensure that the video format is supported by HTML5.