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The Optimal Facebook Video Editor for Creating Video Posts

Facebook, home to an average of 1.63 billion daily active users, is no doubt among the best platforms for people to share their lives and attract new friends. The software allows users to post photographs, videos, and share status posts as well as feelings on their profile page, amid which video and photo post must be more eye-catching than the ordinary text post. But if you want your video superb enough to raise engagement and increase your Facebook following, you have to seek help from a professional video editing software.

Facebook video editor
Facebook video editor

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Part 1: Does Facebook have a video editor?

Actually, Facebook doesn't publish any Facebook-based editor until now. Different from Instagram that allows users to add emoji, background music, etc., Facebook doesn't provide users any video editing function. In this case, what you all need is a professional video editor.

Here the most recommended video processor must be VideoProc. As the only full GPU accelerated video processing software, VideoProc can help you cut, crop, convert, merge, subtitle and transcode your target video in an easy-to-handle manner without compromising video quality. It supports 370 input codecs and 420+ output formats, including 4K/HD Videos from iPhone, GoPro, DJI, Cameras. Besides, it's also a downloader that supports 1000+ video&audio sites, such as Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

Part 2: How to edit a Facebook-oriented video in VideoProc?

The post will introduce you how to edit a Facebook-oriented video with VideoProc in a step-by-step instructions in this part. You will download and install VideoProc on your PC (VideoProc for Windows ) or Mac (VideoProc for Mac ) at the get-go.

Tutorial 1: Cut out unwanted parts in your video

Oftentimes we need to cut some unwanted parts out of our video, like deadtime, damage frames, pixel overlay, etc., to yield ideal effect of the video. Such being the case, you can make accurate cuttings in VideoProc by following procedures posted below.

Step 1: Lauch VideoProc and click on the Video icon.

Step 2: Click +Video at the top left corner of the window to import video clips or drag and drop directly.

Step 3: Navigate to toolbar which in blue and select Cut. Then drag the green knobs in the timeline to save your wanted parts and confirm by clicking on the Cut button in orange.

Step 4: When finish cutting, click Done and back to main UI. Browse the location for the ouput videos and hit Run to get rendering started.

Cut out unwanted parts using VideoProc
Cut out unwanted parts using VideoProc

Tutorial 2: Customize image parameter

VideoProc provides users various amazing filters and allows them to customize image parameters by adjusting brightness, contrast, and hue, etc. out of their own will, just like the following.

Step 1: Lauch VideoProc and click on the Video icon.

Step 2: Click +Video at the top left corner of the window to import video clips or drag and drop directly.

Step 3: Navigate to toolbar which in blue and select Effects. Choose your favorite filter and adjust image parameters and click Done.

Make color adjustments in VideoProc
Make color adjustments in VideoProc

Tutorial 3: Add subtitles

Facebook always encourages video uploaders to subtitle their video, so as to attract as many watchers as possible across the globe.There are two approaches to subtitle your Facebook video:

Add external subtitles with Facebook

Step 1: Upload your video to Facebook.

Step 2: Click ... and select Edit Video > Choose File> Upload the prepared srt. file subtitle and save.

However, what you upload in this way is an external subtitle. It is separated from the video. In this case, some users might overlook it without knowing how to turn on subtitle option in Facebook. As a workaround, adding a built-in subtitle with VideoProc must be helpful.

Add built-in subtitles with VideoProc

Step 1: Lauch VideoProc and click on the Video icon.

Step 2: Click +Video at the top left corner of the window to import video clips or drag and drop directly.

Step 3: Navigate to toolbar which in blue and select Subtitle. Add .ass, .ssa or .srt file on the PC. Put a check mark in the box of Burn-in dialogue and click Done.

Add built-in subtitles in VideoProc
Add built-in subtitles in VideoProc

Tutorial 4: Add watermark

Nowadays, adding a watermark to video is becoming more and more fashionable, because it can both help patent your video production and enhance publicity effect. Check how to add watermark in VideoProc.

Step 1: Lauch VideoProc and click on the Video icon.

Step 2: Click +Video at the top left corner of the window to import video clips or drag and drop directly.

Step 3: Navigate to toolbar which in blue and select Watermark. Tick Enable Watermark, and add any text or image watermark to your video.

Add watermark for video in VideoProc
Add watermark for video in VideoProc

Tutorial 5: Set up video upload specs

What's more, VideoProc can also help make your video best compatible with Facebook by tweaking upload specs, just as posted below.

The most compatible upload specs of Facebook videos:

  1. Container: MP4
  2. Resolution: 1080p or less
  3. Video Codec: H.264/MPEG-4
  4. Audio Codec: Stereo AAC with 128 kbps
  5. Aspect ratio: 16:9

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Step 1: Lauch VideoProc and click on the Video icon.

Step 2: Click +Video at the top left corner of the window to import video clips or drag and drop directly.

Step 3: Navigate to video toolbar at the bottom and select MP4@H.264@AAC. Then hit Run to convert video to be compatible with Facebook.

Set up Facebook Upload Specs in VideoProc
Set up Facebook Upload Specs in VideoProc
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Cecilia Hwung Twitter

Cecilia Hwung is the marketing manager of Digiarty Software and the editor-in-chief of VideoProc team. She pursues common progress with her team and expects to share more creative content and useful information to readers. She has strong interest in copywriting and rich experience in video editing tips.

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