Main features of Lightworks are:
The main benefits of Lightworks are easy drag-and-drop technique, video routing and keyframing, and direct exportation to YouTube. Here are the specifics:
The software provides a user interface composed of panels such as bins, timeline, and edit review so users can understand how the drag-and-drop technique works. Bins are where video clips are imported and the edit review shows the clips that users currently worked on. The timeline is the location is where users can play their clips by sequence.
Lightworks has a systematized way to apply effects to their video clips and this is called video routing. To organize clips and videos, the software uses the node-based system, which is required for videos with multiple effects and tracks. Applying all kinds of effects from different clips in an organized manner is made easy with Lightworks because it allows users to connect video clips to specific effects applied to them.
Video and audio effects can also be added to the software’s keyframes. This functionality allows you to set keyframes for your clips, in which every keyframe has a parameter value that determines how the effects are applied. This feature, for instance, can be used to highlight some elements in your video clip and leave a smooth transition between keyframes through the set parameter values.
Direct Exportation to YouTube
Lightworks has a right-click menu to let users export videos to YouTube. Users can right-click a video from the edit viewers, bin, or timeline and export it to YouTube. While exporting, users can access other options such as frame rate, size selection, as well as adding meta tags for easy web searching.
The following Lightworks integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
Lightworks pricing is available in the following plans: