Learn to Work in Clipify, an iMovie for PC
Just like iMovie, Clipify is perfect for creating family videos, YouTube tutorials, or short student movies. Let’s take a closer look at the workflow and tools of this free video editor.
Step 2. Trim Your Footage
Add your clips to the Timeline. If your clips have some extra footage you want to delete, then click the "scissors" icon. Move the blue markers to set the new start and finish for your clip.
Step 3. Enhance Your Videos
In case your clips look too dull and dark, enhance them in a click. Just hit the Edit button, then switch to the Enhancement tab. Check the Auto Enhancement box to improve the quality of your video.
Step 4. Color Correct Your Clips
Your videos could use some color correction? Then do it like a pro. While on the Enhancement tab, hit Correct Colors Using Curves. Tweak the Brightness channel to make your video lighter. Switch to the RGB channels to either bring out a certain hue or get rid of a color cast.
Step 5. Crop Your Footage
Have unsightly black bars on your video or just want to zoom in on something beautiful or dramatic? Then highlight the piece you want to crop, then pick up the crop tool. Choose the Free Crop option and set the new borders for the frame.
Step 6. Add Zest with Effects
Switch to the Effects tab. Browse through the available filters. There are effect options for every taste: vintage, toning, lighting, Lomo, black and white variations, and even popular movies color palettes. Pick the one that would suit your footage. Drag and drop the effect to your clip.
Disclaimer: iMovie is a trademark of Apple, Inc. Clipify is a trademark of AMS Software. Clipify was not developed by or is in no way affiliated with Apple, Inc., nor is it the official stand-in for iMovie. This site is not affiliated with either of the companies, and only reflects the opinions of its creators.