Now, when we say editing videos, we mean trimming the end of the videos, adding text, or tweaking the speed of the video.
Step 1: Open the Video Editor app and click on the New video project button. Give it a new name.
Step 2: Now, click on Add button > From this PC and select the video or videos from the video library.
Now, click on the 'Place in the storyboard' button to begin editing.
Windows Video Editor gives you plenty of options to tweak a video. For one, you can add different transitions via the Motions option.
Perhaps, the most important feature is Trim. As you may already know, it lets you remove the unnecessary part of the video.
To trim the video, drag the markers and click on Done.
Step 4: To add text, click on the Text button at the top and select the font.
Next, select the length of the video where you want the text to be visible, and add the text.
You can also change the layout of the text box.
Step 5: Once the video has been edited as per your liking, click to save the video.
There are several limitations of the built-in video editor of Windows 10. It makes the job easy if you have different videos. Then you can place them on the storyboard, edit them independently and fuse them into a single video. Of course, all that does require you to invest time in packaging such a video.
But, if you have a single long video, it somehow ties down your hands. Nonetheless, this simple video editor gets your work down.
If you want a slightly advanced video editor, you can try offline tools like OpenShot or Adobe Premiere Pro. Since we are talking about meetings that may have confidential data, we'd recommend against using online video editors.
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There are a few limitations when it comes to using only the native Windows 10 apps such as Video Editor or the Game Bar. While you've be mindful of what you're recording, the editing features are the most basic ones.
But, if you want a little more flexibility, it's best to invest in third-party apps.
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