Video Editor for OS X Mountain Lion

Best program for Mac OS X 10.8 users to edit videos without hassles.


Nowadays using your digital device to record videos is fun. But what will you do if you just need to make some small adds or edits to certain files? You probably want software that makes it easy to edit. With video editor - one key function of the all-in-1 Mac video toolbox, which comes bundled with modern home Macs as a way of putting together home videos and clips for video-sharing sites. It also combines multiple video streams into one, layered image, a task commonly used in Hollywood special effects. All in all, it is the ONLY video solution to play around with digital video clips on your Mac.

  • Fully compatible with OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
  • Trim, crop, and rotate videos & add voiceovers and background music.
  • Save videos to your Mac, mobile device or share directly to YouTube.
  • Personalize by adding intro & credit screens, and effects like tilt shift & mosaic.
  • Able to input and output video footage in a variety of formats to suit different purposes.
  • Burn edited video to DVD in no time to preserve and share.
  • Come with a variety of fantastic features you’ll love.

Version: 3.0            Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.8           Language: English, Français, Deutsch...

How to Edit Digital Videos on Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Using the ultimate video converter software to edit your video files can be pretty easy. Only 3 steps needed before you see the “customized” clips.


Step 1: Click the green “Download” and install the app on your OS X 10.8 based Mac machine. Launch the program and drag source videos or audio files.

Step 2: To edit targeted video or audio files, simply click the "Edit" image button on each file bar. And then you can trim, rotate, crop, watermark your files, add cool effect and subtitle etc.

Step 3: After editing, directly click the “Close” button to close the current editing window. Note: if you need to convert files or burn DVDs, you’d better preview the editing effect by clicking the left video thumbnail of the file bar.