iMovie equivalent for Windows
iMovie is a kind of “all-in-one” program: it can change the video’s colour scheme, crop or resize it, add video effects, reverse or loop, reduce background noise and edit in a dozen of other ways. It makes it pretty much complicated.
Clideo takes a different approach!
Instead of one video editor we’ve created a collection of online tools. Each of them performs only one task – cropping, resizing, adding filters, etc — so you can reach your aim, whatever it is, in a couple of clicks.
As our service works in a browser, it doesn’t take your PC’s memory and it is compatible with all the operating systems. Moreover, our iMovie for Windows is free – you can process as many files up to 500 MB each as you need.
Our tools work very similar, let’s take a look at how to make a video out of GIFs, pics and other recordings:
Upload files to the tool
Open Clideo’s Video Maker and decide on a way of uploading content for your future clip.
You can hit the “Choose files” pane to pick up visuals from your personal device. Multiple selection is also possible.
Another way – call the drop-down menu on the right side of this button and import files from cloud storage accounts: Google Drive or Dropbox.
At last, if the visual you need is posted online, you can just copy its direct link and paste it into the empty field of the menu. After that, you will be redirected to the editor screen automatically.
Add more files and adjust
Drag and drop more files at the timeline below the player or add them, using the ways from the previous step. Then choose an aspect ratio and a crop option — try different combinations to check what your clip will look like. Tick the “Crossfade” box to make the frame transition smoother.
If your future video contains at least one still image, select its duration.
If you want to add a soundtrack to your clip, you can do it in any of the above mentioned ways. Then trim it accordingly and adjust its volume. If your original video has its own sound, you can change its volume at the same pane.
Don’t forget to select an output format: our iMovie Windows alternative supports more than two dozens of different extensions, but if you want to post your project on social media, stick to MP4 and MOV.
When you are fully done, click on “Export” and let the tool transform your files into a video.
Save the video
Give your project a final run and if you find some imperfections click on “Edit” to come back to the previous screen.
If you find your clip just perfect, save it to your personal device or upload it to the cloud.
If you want you can get rid of a tiny watermark or continue editing in another Clideo tool without prior downloading.