As one of the best regarded camera brands worldwide, Fujifilm has their award-winning range of cameras suited for both Pros and enthusiasters. Current available popular Fujifilm cameras include GFX Mirrorless Digital Camera, X Mirrorless Digital Camera, FinePix XP Series, etc. After the shooting stage, most people will have the needs to do some either professional or basic post editing work on the Fujifilm camera footage. In this article, we will introduce you the best simple video editor to edit Fujifilm camera videos.
Best basic tool to Edit Fujifilm Camera
If you are looking for a basic video editing software to trim/crop/merge/split/watermark/deinterlace/apply effect to Fujifilm cameras, then we highly recommend Pavtube Video Converter to you. With this cross-platform application (get Mac version), you can easily complete the following simple video editing tasks of Fujifilm camera in the following ways
– Full importing support for all 4K/2K/HD/SD Fujifilm camera video shot with various different file formats
– Trim or cut Fujifilm camera video by setting the start and ending time to remove unwanted parts or segments from the Fujifilm camera videos
– Crop Fujifilm camera videos to remove unwanted black edges or unwanted size area
– Arrange Fujifilm camera video with the right order to merge/combine separate video clips into one file
– Flip Fujifilm camera video orizontally, vertically or rotate 90 degree towards left or 90 degrees toward right.
– Split large Fujifilm camera video by file size, count or length into smaller file size
– Add video/image/transparent text watermark to Fujifilm camera video to protect your camera videos from being used without permission
– Deinterlace interlaced Fujifilm camera video into progressive form
– Apply special rendering effect like simple gauss blur, flip color, invert, aged film
– Correct video color by adjusting brightness, contrast and saturation
– Remove/Replace audio in video, set audio face in/out effects
- Insert external SRT/ASS/SSA subtitle to video
Convert Fujifilm camera video to your desire file formats
Apart from editing Fujifilm camera video, the program can also assists you to easily convert Fujifilm camera video to various popular digital file formats, device preset profile formats or NLE application specially optimized editing formats or codecs so that you can conveniently play, share and edit the Fujifilm camera video on any devices or applications as you like. What’s more, you can also properly tweak the output profile parameter such as video codec, bit rate, frame rate, resolution and audio codec, bit rate, sample rate and channels, etc in the program’s “Profile Settings” window to achieve a perfect balance between file size and quality.
Step by Step to Edit Fujifilm Camera Video
Step 1: Load Fujifilm Camera Video.
Download the free trial version of the program. Launch it on your computer. Click “File” menu and select “Add Video/Audio” or click the “Add Video” button on the top tool bar to import Fujifilm Camera Video into the program.
Step 2: Define the output format.
Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, select your desired file format according to own needs. Here, we highly recommend you to produce the high efficient, high quality and wide device compatible “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” under “HD Video” main category. You can also choose other output formats according to your specific needs.
Step 3: Flip/Trim/Crop/Watermark/Merge/Split DJI Mavic Pro video.
Check an item on the video displaying list on the main interface. When a video or movie is selected, click the pencil like Edit icon on the left top tool bar to open the video editor window, here, you can play and preview the original video and output effects. Also you can flip or rotate video, trim, crop, add watermark, apply special effect, edit audio or insert external.
Flip or rotate
Click the “flip” or “rotate” icon under the “video editor” previewing window to flip the image horizontally, vertically or rotate 90 degree towards left or 90 degrees toward right.
Switch to the “Trim” tab, drag the slider bars to set the start time or ending time to include the segments you wish to be converted or click the square brackets to set the start point or ending point when preview the video, you can also directly input specific value in “Start” and “End” box to select the converted clips.
Click “Crop” tab, simply move your mouse cursor to drag and adjust the green frame to desired position or crop video be setting specific values in the box of “Left”, “Right” and “Crop Size” under “Simple Mode” and type in specific values in the box of “Left”, “Top”, “Width” and “Height” under “Advanced Mode”.
Go to “Text Watermark”, check Enable to add text watermark to selected video clip. You can either set parameters or drag the text on preview screen to set its location.
Switch to “Image/Video Watermark”, Check Enable to add images or videos as watermark onto selected video file. The location can also be set by dragging on the preview screen.
Transparent text Watermark
Under Effect tab, you can add special effects like Simple Gauss Blur, Flip Color, Invert, Aged Film to your source video. In Color Control section, you can correct color by adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturation. You can also tick off “Deinterlacing” to keep good image quality.
In this tab, click browse button to add *.srt or *.ass/*.ssa online downloaded subtitle-files to the video as hard subtitles.
By checking the “Merge into one file” option beside the “Settings” button, the program will join all the selected video into one single file.
Click the split button on the file list to launch the Video Split window. Ticking “Enable” option, you can split the file by file count, time length, or file size.
Step 4: Finish the Fujifilm camera video editing process.
Clicking the Convert button on main interface to pop out a Conversion window with conversion information such as Time elapsed, Time left, Generated size, and Estimated size.
After the conversion, you can click “Open output folder” to popup output directory with the converted files. Then you can get a finished Fujifilm camera video project for better playing, sharing and editing.