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AVS Video Editor isn't sufficiently fully-featured to merit being used for professional work, but it's very easy to use and comes with a full library of effects, transitions, menus, and text caption art that would satisfy any amateur video editor's needs. The ability to burn to Blu-Ray is a great addition that many cheaper editing suites lack, while direct upload to video sharing sites works exactly as it says on the tin.
Online Media Technologies’ AVS Video Editor is a free video editing suite developed for Microsoft Windows.

AVS Video Editor is a remarkably simple and easy-to-use timeline-based editor that includes robust splicing, editing, and trimming features. The software also allows for a video overlay track, soundtrack replacement, and basic color correction. All of this takes place in an intuitive interface that makes everything possible through a couple of drag-and-drop operations.

Included in AVS Video Editor are over 300 different effects and transitions that can be applied to video tracks. The software also includes video stabilization to help fix up shaky recordings.

After finishing your movie, create a custom menu and then burn the movie to a Blu-Ray or DVD. Alternatively, upload your film to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, Dailymotion, and other video sharing services, straight from the AVS Video Editor interface.

AVS Video Editor is a trialware. The free version comes with no feature restrictions, but rendered as videos come with a watermark at the center of the video.

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