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I'm pretty much going to be mentioning the same thing, but I'll paraphrase. For those looking for an editor that can as well save audio files (mainly .mp3 files), I would suggest EaseUS Video Editor. Make sure you have enough room in your hard drive to download this software program. I'm not saying that it'll take up a lot of room, but it's not a small software program either. With as much video editing and as many video files as I save, you'll definitely need the room. One thing I forgot to state, and I must, is that renaming the files is an added plus. You'll get to saving so many files, and the next thing you know you'll ask yourself questions such as, "What did I save this file for?" Another question that comes to mind is, "Why didn't I have use the automatic timer?" I don't think I had the opportunity to check and see if I could set the timer myself or not. If that's not a feature, it would be an excellent one.
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ilos is great for a larger group looking for an easy to learn capture system and platform all combined together. Because it lets you record, edit, and share there is no reason to learn one or two software for capture and editing, and another for sharing. ilos is not targeted at intermediate or advanced users, so the ability to manipulate your content - specifically when editing, is very limiting to more experienced users.
Read full review Pros Saving what I record as an .mp3 audio file. Simple video editing. Simple exporting to the type of file I need and the size. Read full review Desktop capture is simple even for first-time users Editing capabilities and focused on only the most common features, avoiding overwhelm or confusion Sharing inside Canvas is simple and intuitive Read full review Cons Have the capability to have some features online. Automatic saving of back up files in case the program crashes. Longer countdown, 5 instead of 3. Read full review Features are often rolled out before they are fully baked Communication of changes can be limited and frustrating Not all changes feel like improvements, much less necessary Read full review Alternatives Considered
As I've previously stated, EaseuS Video Editor can also be used to as an alternative for Zoom. The only thing is that not everyone has this software program because Zoom presented itself more as the video recording software of choice. Zoom was as well the one the majority of us in the public was more aware of. One main advantage EaseUs Video Editor has over Zoom is, and I'll state this repeatedly, editing. I can with any videos with EaseUs edit more with easily and effortlessly. Overall, I've had to after converting any Zoom meetings edit and make them a better quality with EaseUS.
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It was a tough call to choose ilos over
, but the more limited features made ilos seem more approachable for novice users. Price was also far lower because of the limited focus of ilos.
did offer more tools for marketing/public purposes - such as streaming, capture integration, and video portals - but none of those are necessary for us.
Read full review Return on Investment Doesn't automatically save a backup in case the software crashes. Ability to do easy editing. Ability to extract audio from a video file. Read full review Makes sharing content with students easier for faculty - so they actually make and share videos more than before Students don't have issues viewing, even on limited bandwidth Because you can make a video wherever and whenever you want, creation has increased Read full review ScreenShots EaseUS Video Editor Screenshots