Last year we did a review on a great online video editor called flexclip and the wonderfull features that it came which over the period since publishing has been a handy tool to have in our asenal of video editing tools that help us deliver creative and cutomized videos for presentations on our web pages.
First and foremost the original features we loved most about this service remain
– Compatible with almost all the most important video formats, including MP4, OGV, WMV, AVI, MPEG4.
– Supports live preview,
– You can save your unfinished work under your account online
– It can be used without any cost.
– Customizable text templates
what we hope to highlight in this review are the new features in their 2.0 update which went live In December, 2020. FlexClip announced the following updates to their site as appears below:
– New interface
– Bulk video upload
– Copy and paste styles
– Undo and redo functions ;
– Screen or webcam recorder;
– 400+ new video templates
– 1,000+ stickers
– Support resizing a video to square (1:1), vertical (4:5), landscape (16:9), portrait (9:16), and widescreen (21:9);
– Optimize video export speed and performance;
– Share directly to Dropbox or YouTube;
– Business plan pricing
Overall flexclip remains one of the best ways to edit video without breaking the bank and also provides you with enough stock content to satisfy any project needs. Usually online video editors never deliver enough bang for the buck, poorly designed interfaces, limited content, an upload and export routine that leaves you frustrated and alot of the times the overall set of limitations that have reaching for normal editing software which might always be convenient or even available.
This 2.0 update brings the world of online video editing a lot closer to the traditional software. Other than the obvious trade offs in functionality that the average YouTuber or blogger will probably never use, flexclip 2.0 has the core of what you need to get the job done, wherever you need it. most importantly without having to spend thousands on professional equipment and software. Looking forward to the future of video editing, cost and convenience are king.