Main features of Filmora are:
The main benefits of Filmora are its intuitive feature set and highly useful tools. Here are the details:
One standout functionality with Filmora is its split-screen. This feature lets users come up with their own videos consisting of footages and clips that can be played at the same time. Users can make this happen by selecting the split-screen icon found on the left pane of the tool’s main menu. The icon can be spotted under the icons where users can add in audio, video, texts, filters, and do video transitions.
Once the split-screen icon is selected, split-screen options can be seen. Users can pick the number of screens needed as well as arranging the screens in the order they want. Users can select anywhere from two to four screens.
After choosing the number of screens and arrangement preference, users can choose the video clips they want to utilize and choose from the timeline where the clips are present. To make this happen, the clips are dragged from the timeline all the way to the left portion where a “split-screen” inspector pop-up.
If users prefer a single clip with audio but want the other clip to be a split-screen, they can easily make that happen via the split-screen inspector. In addition, an option is available that would let users pick which clips they want to begin with. This functionality is clever, stylish, and can be a big help in video editing.
Filmora Reviews also comes with advanced text editing. Users can lower the clip volume from where the text is located. The text and its parts are copied along with the effects that came with it and then pasted to other parts of the clip. At the same time, users can split certain parts of the clips so texts can be inserted.
Essentially, not only can users include texts, but they can improve the quality of the video with additional effects and animations.
The tool helps users edit and style texts. The texts can be highlighted, italicized, bolded, and changed in terms of font style and/or size. Pre-installed customized texts are available. Users are given the option to make customizations such as having the color fill activated/deactivated and creating a shadow or a border. Such feature plays an important role especially when video credits are involved.
Filmora has “Power Tool” and “Mosaic” functionalities, which can blur certain areas in a clip via “percentage” adjustment which can increase/decrease the “square” where the blur is currently being applied.
The following Filmora integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
Filmora pricing is available in the following plans: