Boilsoft Announces Release of New Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac
Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac allows users to merge video files from a variety of sources, all in to one video clip, and save it in any of the most popular video file formats.
(PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Today, Boilsoft announced the release of their newest Mac App, Boilsoft Video Joiner. Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac allows users to merge video files from a variety of sources, all in to one video clip, and save it in any of the most popular video file formats. And with Boilsoft Video Joiner's simple and intuitive interface, users can edit together movies quickly and easily, without having to run slow, massive video editing software. Users can join AVI , join MPEG clips from formats such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, WMA, MP4, MKV, FLV, and many, many more. And, of course, Boilsoft Video Joiner can save files in all of these popular formats, and many others, as well.
Best of all, Ondesoft developers claimed they had focused on making Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac easy to use and, as always, it seems as though they have delivered. Boilsoft Video Joiner allows users to queue up video clips in whatever order they choose, preview their clips, and control video output settings all from three simple to use program windows. Settings are easy to find, simple to understand, and include more advanced options for more professional users. Using Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac, users can throw together quick home videos, video presentations, and simple YouTube videos without needing to run slow, confusing movie-editing programs like Final Cut and Adobe Premiere. More advanced users will be happy to see options that allow the user to change the video size, frame rate, and sample rate, as well as the ability to set customized frame sizes.
Boilsoft Video Joiner for Mac runs on Mac OS X Snow Leopard and above. Interested users can head on over to http://www.boilsoft.com/videojoiner-mac.html for more information.
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