Trim and Tailor: Cropping Videos with AVD Video Processor


Could you guide me through the process of cropping a video using the AVD Video Processor?


Start by launching AVD Video Processor and open the video you wish to crop. You can usually do this by clicking on ‘File’ and then ‘Open’ or by dragging the video file directly into the program.

Step 2: Select the Cropping Tool

Look for the cropping tool in the toolbar or under the ‘Edit’ menu. This tool allows you to define the area of the video you want to keep.

Step 3: Define the Crop Area

With the cropping tool selected, click and drag on your video to create a rectangular selection box. This box represents the area of the video that will remain after cropping. Adjust the edges of the box until you’re satisfied with the selection.

Step 4: Preview the Crop

Before applying the crop, preview it to ensure that only the desired portion of the video is visible. If you need to make adjustments, you can usually do so by dragging the edges of the selection box.

Step 5: Apply the Crop

Once you’re happy with the crop area, apply the changes. There should be an ‘Apply’ or ‘OK’ button to finalize the crop.

Step 6: Save Your Video

Don’t forget to save your newly cropped video. It’s often a good idea to save it as a new file to preserve the original video.

And there you have it! You’ve successfully cropped your video using AVD Video Processor. Remember, the exact steps may vary slightly depending on the version of the software you’re using, but this guide should give you a general idea of the process. Happy editing!

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