macXvideo – A Free Video Processing Tool to Make Your Videos Social-Easy

Nowadays, you can shoot videos with a wide variety of devices, such as mobiles, camcorders, digital cameras, GoPro, drones and more, but most of them save videos in non-standard video formats. This can cause problems, for example, when you want to upload your video to social media sites like YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, the services don’t support your video formats. Meanwhile, with the advent of 4K UHD videos, people prefer to record 4K UHD videos for crisp picture quality, clarity and vivid colors. But this also means larger file size, which isn’t available for YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc.

In such cases, it’s quite crucial to process your 4K UHD videos shot on mobiles, camcorders, DSLR, GoPro, drones etc. to make it compatible to social media sites sustaining high quality and simultaneously reducing size. For such cases macXvideo provides you a solid solution to process your HD, 4K UHD videos to the requirements of video uploading sites. Specifically, it’s the next generation 4K video processing tool, allowing you edit, shrink, resize and encode 4K UHD videos.

Transcode Video to Any Codecs & Formats for Sharing

While sites like YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc. accept majority of general-purpose video format, it absolutely doesn’t include the arising HEVC, or some variations of MOV, AVI recorded by DSLR, camcorders etc. Mostly, you’re suggested to convert videos to H.264 MP4 for better compatibility with social media sites.

Fortunately, macXvideo allows you to transcode any video footage to MP4, H.264, HEVC, MKV, AVI, MOV and all common video formats. Thus, you’re able to encode your videos in proper codec and format for uploading to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc.

Compress Video up to 98% Smaller with Intact Quality

You know, verified YouTube accounts allows you to share a video no longer than 15 minutes, max. at 20GB in size to YouTube; Vimeo basic users could only upload 500MB videos per week; Facebook accepts videos less than 4GB and shorter than 120 minutes for uploading. This means that your recorded video clips may be oversized indeed for the web.

It’s advisable to use macXvideo to resize video to meet the requirements of the web. The built-in advanced compress engine enables you to compress video to varying degree, maximum at 98% file size reduction, but no visually quality loss. With it, you can resize your video size smaller through trasncoding video to smaller-sized codecs and formats, lowering the bit rate, downsize the frame rate, compress the 4K UHD resolution to 1080p/720p HD, or smaller, change aspect ratio, and even trim the length of video or crop the dimensions.

Edit Video (Cut, Crop, Merge, Rotate etc.) to Make It Unique

Meanwhile, a video with many viewers must have been edited carefully in short length, with brilliant footage merged, excellent grading color and a great story. To make your video unique on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc., editing your video comes an indispensable step. With due credit to the fact that majority of video editing tools are complicated and at high price, it wold be better if their is a free and easy-to-use video editing software.

macXvideo is precisely the one to solve all your problems on how to edit video on Mac. You can easily trim your video length to 3-5 minutes or so to draw viewers attention, crop video dimensions to the proper aspect ratio for the specific social media site, rotate video into right direction, merge splendid video clips together and add subtitles and effects to your video.

Besides the above features, macXvideo comes the first thought of many people to process videos to social media for various reasons. Its intuitive interface enables you to master the tool instinctively, without any experience required. You’re able to process videos at No.1 fast speed thanks to the hardware acceleration tech and multi-core CPU utility. And it’s acceptable for every footage, regardless the 4K UHD videos recorded by mobiles, camcorders, DSLR, drones or GoPro etc. Better yet, it’s absolutely free of charge. So why not free download macXvideo and give it a whirl?