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Introduction to VideoProc Vlogger Interface

VideoProc Vlogger is the next-gen video editing software aiming to assist beginners, semi-pros, and pros to make stunning videos with ease. On its intuitive interface, you can quickly get to know how to use it and start editing regardless of the editing skills.

Let's download, install, and run VideoProc Vlogger. And get to know the main features of its interface with the following introdution.

When you launch VideoProc Vlogger for the first time, a window will pop up to check your hardware info so to enable hardware acceleration to speed up the video editing process while guaranteeing smooth and stable performance even on low-end computers. Next, it'll ask you to create a new project and customize the file name, directory, and resolution settings.

Then you come to the main interface. It is efficient, intuitive, and easy to manage according to your editing habits, such as editing videos on multiple screens and magnifying a certain panel by dragging its borders.

The interface is composed of 6 main panels that are introduced one by one in the following parts.

  • VideoProc Menu
  • Media Library
  • Preview Panel
  • Toolbar
  • Timeline
  • Inspector
VideoProc Vlogger Interface

VideoProc Menu

VideoProc menu appears at the top of the screen. It aids you in accessing some commonly used features. Expand the drop-down menu, and you'll see:

VideoProc menu

Project options: enable you to create a new project, open an existing project, save a project, and archive a project.

Export options: enable you to export the project, video, or audio only.

Import files: enable you to browse local folders to import media to the software.

Edit options: enable you to undo, redo, cut, split, delete, copy and paste. These features can be quickly accessed in Toolbar and Timeline, too.

View options: enable you to play/pause the video, and locate the previous/next frame.

Help options: get you to the full user guide, send feedback, open the homepage, and register panel.

Language: language settings of the software, including English, Japanese, and Chinese.

Settings: get you to the preference settings tab.

Check for Updates: gives you the information of the latest version and lets you upgrade to it immediately.

Shortcuts: open a list of keyboard shortcuts in detail.

About: info about the current version, update date, license, etc.

Media Library

The Media Library is a media management tool under the project menu. You can import various media files from your computer or external devices to this panel. In addition, you can easily locate, browse and preview your imported files.

Media library

Types of Media You Can Import

You can import videos, audios, images, subtitles, and these files in folders to Media Library.

VideoProc Vlogger natively supports almost all mainstream formats and codecs for video (MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, WMV, 3D, VR, H.264, HEVC, VP9, AV1, etc.), audio (MP3, AAC, M4A, etc.), image (HEIC/HEIF, JPG, PNG, GIF, etc.), and subtitles (SRT, ASS, LRC, etc.). For more details, please visit the official specs page.

And it has been remarkably optimized for better supports of videos from the latest DSLRs, action cameras, and drones, thus empowers you to import and edit videos of 4K 60fps/120fps or 10bit HDR without any error, lagging, or freezing.

Locate and Browse

Under the Media Library panel lay 3 options – Video, Picture, and Music. You can hit the triangle icon before each option to hide and expand all media files you've imported.

To locate or browse files, you can scroll down the panel or input the file name in the search box right above.

Right-click on the file, and you are allowed to play it in the preview panel and check its media information.

Preset Materials

In addition to local files, you can find a wide variety of preset titles, effects, and transitions next to the Media Library panel. The VideoProc Vlogger team is working on enriching the preset libraries, and shortly, you can access more cinematic and stylish effects, titles, and transitions.

Preview Panel

The preview panel is placed at the center of the main interface. It helps you monitor editing results on the timeline in real-time and preview source files on the media library.

The preview area is designed with many handy tools, for instance, frame by frame preview, full screen preview, preview with marks, etc. For more details, please visit the preview panel intro page.

Preview Panel


The toolbar is located between the preview panel and the timeline. It consists of a full set of editing tools including:


Split: To cut a video into two parts. While the Split all option beside it is to cut clips at the current time in all tracks.

Ripple Edit: To trim a video clip on the main video track and close gaps between trimmed clips automatically.

Time Stretch: To change the duration of a video by adjusting the speed at a constant rate to compensate.

Speed: To open the Speed Editor panel where you can speed up a clip, create a speed ramp, and more.

Crop: To open the Crop panel in which you can crop clips at different aspect ratios.

Motion: To open the Motion Editor panel in which you can re-design the camera movement by motion crop.

Color: To open the Color Editor panel in which you can apply filters, correct colors, and add 3D LUTs.

Audio: To open the Audio Editor panel after selecting an audio clip on the timeline. It lets you adjust volume, remove background noise, adjust audio speed, apply audio filters, equalizers, and beat analyzer, etc.

Detach: To separate audio from a video clip on the main video track.

Record: To record voiceover from an audio device and save in the media library.

Text: To open the Text Inspector panel beside the preview area. You can change the content, size, font, color, space, and text duration.

Extractor: To extract the soundtrack from the video in MP3 format for convenient conversion from audio to text.


The timeline is at the bottom portion of the interface. It offers an overview of all tracks for video, audio, overlay, effect, and subtitle. You can add 999+ tracks to the timeline and zoom in/out on the timeline to preview clips frame by frame.

It also has been packed with tools to apply playback, split, mute, and rearrange clips in a few clicks. For more details, please visit the timeline introduction page.



Inspector is on the right side of the preview panel. It shows the media info of a clip you selected on the timeline. And it provides multiple edits you can apply to varied elements on the timeline:


Video Track: Time & duration, opacity, color & filter, transform, volume, reverse play, play speed, lens distortion correction, image blurring & smoothing pitch, change voice, and others.

Audio Track: Time & duration, volume, reverse play, audio editor entry, and change voice.

Overlay Track: Time & duration, opacity, color & filter, fade and move, transform, reverse play, play speed, lens distortion correction, image blurring & smoothing, chroma key, compositing, and others.

Effect Track: Time & duration, properties, and scope.

Subtitle Track: Time & duration, text editor entry, and text properties.

Now free download and install VideoProc Vlogger to edit videos quickly with its intuitive interface.

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