BlazeVideo Video Editor

BlazeVideo Video Editor

BlazeVideo Video Editor is an easy-to-use video editing software
 
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BlazeVideo Video Editor is an easy-to-use video editing software that allows you to clip, crop, rotate and flip videos. You can also add watermark texts and subtitles to the videos, or transfer files to iPad, iPhone, iPod and other mobile phones. This video editor software supports Windows XP/Vista/7.

BlazeVideo Video Editor allows you to edit video's brightness, hue, saturation and contrast in order to get the best effect. There are also many other predefined video editing effects available for you to choose your best options.
BlazeVideo Video Editor allows you to source video info like file info (filename, format, filesize, duration), video info (format, codec, size, bitrate, framerate) and audio info (format, codec, bitrate, channel and samplerate) before completing video editing works.

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