Creative video editing. Made simple.
Get to know the MAGIX world of video and post-production. Whether you are a beginner, advanced, or professional user, you can find everything needed for making a video here.
Learn about editing programs for beginners and advanced users, plus helpful tips and tricks on everything to do with video editing.
Bring your ideas to life – 100% the way you imagined.
Video editing software for every task
Before starting video editing, you need to choose the right video editor first. MAGIX video editing software portfolio combines performance and user-friendliness for perfect results. From video editing, motion graphics, image composition, color grading, and correction & sound design, you'll find the right software for any video task at MAGIX.
Video editor for beginners and video hobbyists
Designed for: content creators & video hobbyists - easily produce Youtube videos, tutorials, or product reviews and share them with their audience
Advantage: edit video and audio with intuitive and flexible tools, create engaging content with effects, filters, transitions, and animated titles, upload your final edit to social media directly from your project
Optimize vocals and melodies to create audio that will affect your viewers. Video Sound Cleaning Lab lets you create fantastic sound for your videos. Select from a huge range of options for optimizing video sound with the Auto Cleaning feature.Learn more
Your entry into the world video editing is now easier than ever with Movie Studio. Thanks to numerous templates and wizards, you can create videos from your treasured memories in no time at all.Learn more
Memorable movies – no experience required. Movie Studio Platinum provides just the right feature set.Learn more
Create memorable movies in no time! Movie Studio combines powerful video editing, a unique feature set and around 1,500 effects.Learn more
Movie Studio Platinum
Movie Studio Suite
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Different Levels. Different Tools.
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Movie Studio 2023 Suite
Movie Studio 2023 Platinum
Movie Studio 2023
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WORTH KNOWING: HELPFUL GUIDES
Expand your knowledge with these helpful guides – whether you are a beginner, advanced or professional user.
The 5 steps of video editing
1. Review the material
Which recordings are good and which ones are unusable? It's a good idea to make a note of the most important scenes and to remove the scenes you don't want to include in your movie editing.
2. Organizing the movie
Divide your movie into sections according to subject. Once you have defined the individual sections for your video, you can assign the scenes to them.
3. The actual video editing
Now that you have completed all the preparatory steps, you can really start to edit a video. Whether you are an experienced video editor or new to video editing software, the first thing you should do is familiarize yourself with your tool, the video editing program.
Now you can use effects, titles and image stabilization to smooth the hard edges and to perfect your video.
Exporting is the last step after editing your videos. You will want to make sure that the image quality is maintained and that the file size stays within acceptable limits.
5 tips for faster video editing results
1. Optimize performance:
- Reduce the frame rate and resolution, or deactivate the plug-ins and effects during playback
- Use proxy files during playback – this will not affect the resolution during export or disc burning
- Use the “Preview rendering” button to automatically pre-analyze and compile CPU intensive effects and transitions that are applied simultaneously
3. Use Multicam mode:
It is common to use several cameras at different angles record the same scene. Multicam mode makes splicing these types of videos together much easier. By simply clicking with the mouse in the preview monitor, you can intuitively edit a video using multiple camera angles for the same scene.
4. Import with precision
- Select your destination track.
- Choose the location on the timeline with the cursor.
- Choose the media (any video, effect or music) you want to import into the destination track by clicking the down-arrow button. This saves a ton of time when working on larger, more complex projects.