Edit Video/Audio and Make GIF with Toolkit
For many times, you need to convert your video to another format, trim it, or even convert your audio format in your daily life. However, you are newer and have never tried these things before. On this account, it will be far expensive if you buy one single tool aiming to solve one single task at a time. Fortunately, DVDFab Toolkit brings all the basic functions related to video and audio to you so that you can address your basic needs. In this article, we will introduce all its functions to you.
First thing first, to learn it in person you may need to download it from the DVDFab Toolkit product page and click “Free Download” to have it on your computer. DVDFab Toolkit runs on the Windows system.
Startup this software, and then you can easily tell this software is mainly divided into three parts according to its functions: Video Tools, Audio Tools, and Image Tools. We will explain these three parts bit by bit.
- 1-1．Converter: convert your video
- 1-2．Trim: a video snipping tool
- 1-3．Speed Up/Down: video speed chang
- 1-4. Mirror/Flip
- 1-5. Rotate: rotate video online
- 1-6. Crop: cut video
- 1-7. Sharpen/Unsharpen video
Part One: Video Tools
1. Converter: convert your video
If you happen to need to convert your video to MP4 or MKV format, then you can try the “Converter” module.
Focus your eyes on this module and click it one time.
Load your to-be-converted video by clicking the “+” button or directly dragging and dropping your video files to the middle of the interface.
Once your video file is loaded, you will be presented with a new interface where you can customize your video in many ways, including but not limited to selecting your output format, video resolution, bit rate, or changing your audio codec.
The last step is to click the “Start” button. But before that, you need to decide where to save your output file by clicking the folder icon.
2. Trim: a video snipping tool
“How to trim a video” is a question frequently asked in everyone’s life as it is the best way to get a video clip you only want or need. DVDFab Toolkit features an online trimming function. Here are the steps to cut a video.
Click the “Trim” module.
Click the “+” icon on the center to load your file.
Choosing a trimming part by setting the “Start Time” and “End Time”, or by sliding those two markers.
Choose a directory to save your output video. After that, click “Start” to initiate the video editing process.
As you may have noticed that, only a short time is needed to cut a part of a video.
3. Speed Up/Down: video speed changer
Are you still looking for a way to fast forward your video or slow down your video? This online video editor can give you a hand.
Click the “Speed Up/Down” tab.
Upload your video file by clicking the “+” button or by dragging-and-dropping it to the center.
Adjust your video speed by sliding the bar or you can directly put a number on the box behind. You can increase video speed up to 16x, and reduce your speed down to 0.5x.
As long as you have adjusted to a desirable speed, you can go to the bottom part to decide where to save your output video. And then, click the “Start” button.
When we ask how to mirror a video, we usually mean in a horizontal reflection. Let’s assume a man is walking from the right side of the screen to the left in the video, after mirroring it, this man will walk from the left to the right. In terms of flipping a video, we usually mean to turn it upside down. Whatever the cases, DVDFab Toolkit is here for you.
Choose the “Mirror/Flip” module.
Similar to the former ones, you upload your video file.
Choose either “Horizontal” option to mirror your video online or “Vertical” option to flip your video upside down. It’s all up to you.
As usual, remember to decide your output location, and then click the “Start” button.
5. Rotate: rotate video online
Rotate video 90 degrees used to hard to fix. But now, with DVDFab Toolkit, you can deal with it easily.
Choose the “Rotate” module.
Clicking on the “+” button to upload your video. Alternatively, you can directly drag and drop your video file to the center.
You can decide whether to rotate your video 90 degrees counter-clockwise or clockwise. Moreover, move your eyesight to the left-upper corner, and click this “Add from Local” button in case you have another video to rotate and intend to let it wait in the line.
When you have made a choice, remember to save your video in a certain file. Last, click “Start”.
6. Crop: cut video
DVDFab Toolkit is an online video editing tool that is perfect for cropping videos.
Choose the “Crop” module.
Upload your video file.
To crop video size, you can click the “Aspect Ratio”, and you will see many options, including “Original”, “4:3”, “16:9”, “2.35:1”, and “2.39:1”. If you are not satisfied with them, you can select the “Customize” option which means you can set your number in left, top, right and bottom.
Choose a location to save your output video. Then initiate the process by clicking “Start”.
7: Sharpen/Unsharpen video
To improve your video image or blur your video online, you can choose this “Sharpen/Unsharpen” module.
Click the “Sharpen/Unsharpen” module.
Upload your video
Once a video is uploaded, you can notice six options. Sliding each bar you can adjust its number. However, there are three tips below you may need to bear in mind.
Like usual, remember to select an output-video location before clicking “Start”.
Up to now, all the modules in the “Video Tools” part are all explained. Let’s move on to the “Audio Tools” part.
Part two: Audio Tools
1. Converter: audio format converter
Have you ever happen to need to convert your audio to MP3 format or convert your audio to WAV format, something like that? Then try this Converter module.
Click “Converter” in the “Audio tools” part.
Load your audio by clicking the “+” button or by dragging and dropping.
The screenshot below shows you how the interface looks like once you have uploaded your video.
Put your mouse pointer to the “Output” tab and click its inverted triangle. Five audio formats are in the drop list, including AAC, AC3, FLAC, M4A, and MP3.
No matter which audio format you choose, the format will stay the same with it in the “Codec”. Then, it is time to choose channels, bit rate or sample rate.
As long as you have customized with your audio, choose a file to save your video to, and then click “Start”. A few seconds later, the audio converting process is done.
2. Trim: cut audio tracks
DVDFab Toolkit is easy-to-use. No special skills are needed to trim audio files. Here are the simple steps.
Focus on “Audio Tools” and click “Trim”
Click on the “+” button to load a file or drag & drop files to the middle part of the interface.
Trimming an audio clip by sliding these two markers manually. Alternatively, you can set the start time and end time number.
Move your sight to the bottom of the interface to click that folder icon and choose a location to save your output video. One-click of the “Start” button, you can finish the trimming audio file in few seconds.
3. Volume Adjust
It usually comes to a need to adjust the volume if you need to mix some audios. Below are the following guidelines.
Go to the “Audio Tools” part and select “Volume Adjust”.
Upload your audio file by following its instructions on the interface.
DVDFab Toolkit allows you to adjust volume levels by dragging the volume graph left and right. The utmost volume you can adjust is 500%.
Click the folder icon on the bottom of the interface to select an output location. Then, click “Start”.
You have learned two parts of the DVDFab Toolkit. Good for you! Now, stay patient. We will explore the third part of the DVDFab Toolkit.
Part three: Image Tools
1. Video to GIF
GIF has been widely used in social life. DVDFab Toolkit can also be used as a GIF maker. Let’s find out together.
Similar to other modules, you need to choose and click the “Video to GIF” module first.
Upload your video file by following its guidance.
Here comes the crucial step. To convert your video to gif, you can choose a video clip first by setting the “Start Time” and “End Time”. Alternatively, you can slide two markers to achieve that.
Apart from these, you can choose your desired looping times, the playing speed as well as the size of your gif animation.
What’s more, if you want to turn another video to gif, you can click the “Add from Local” option and let the video wait in the line.
Target a location by clicking the folder icon. And then, click “Start”. A few seconds later, you can find your GIF animation on your targeted file.
2. Video to PIC
We all know that a video is made up of a series of images, or we say pictures, playing in sequence. By using this powerful online tool – DVDFab Toolkit – you can convert your video to pictures. This video to image tutorial has four steps.
Use and open the “Video to PIC” module.
Select and upload your to-be-converted video file.
You enjoy the freedom to convert the whole video to images or just a part of it. The output image format is “.png”.
Click the folder icon below and select a location to save images. After that, you can click “Start”.
Up to now, all modules included in DVDFab Toolkit have been introduced. You may have aware that this professional online software features all basic functions you may need related to videos and audios. Hence, if you are searching for software to do some basic operations, DVDFab Toolkit is the best choice for you.
① Video: convert, trim/crop, mirror/flip/rotate, sharpen/unsharpen,deshake, denoise
② Audio: convert, trim/merge, normalzie, remux, extract audio, and adjust volume
③ Image: video to GIF/PIC, GIF/PIC to video
④ Watermark: add text/time/image to video
⑤ Subtitle: add subtitles to video, extract subtitles from video