The Mashup function lets you select the most intriguing and captivating moments from your videos, ideal for creating compelling trailers. By merging these key moments, you build anticipation in your target audience, encouraging more people to engage with your upcoming content.
When presenting a product, the Mashup function lets you highlight key features and benefits by selecting the most relevant footage. By merging these extracts, you create a concise, engaging demonstration that clearly shows potential customers what your product can offer.
By using the Mashup function to create short, captivating videos from your longer content, you can capture the attention of your audience on social media platforms. Short videos are often better suited to online consumption habits, which can lead to higher engagement in the form of likes and comments.
Moreover, short videos are more likely to be shared on social networks. By merging your videos to create punchy clips, you make it easier for your viewers to share, which can increase the visibility of your content and expand your organic reach.
With Yuzzit's video editor, you drag all the videos you want onto a timeline, move them around, shorten them and generate a video of the result in just one click.
Add as many videos as you like! Yuzzit doesn't limit the size of the final file or the number of videos you plan to merge.
Yuzzit preserves the quality of imported videos even after they have been merged. However, you can switch all your videos to best or worst quality, so that your montage has a consistent quality throughout the video, making playback smoother.
Yuzzit's video editor lets you select the encoding quality of the different sequences that make up your montage, to standardize the final rendering. You can align the whole to the best or lowest quality of your clips.
Our software works online and supports Chromium, so it can run on Chrome and Edge, for example.
With frame-by-frame precision, you can control the total duration of each clip that makes up your montage.
A transition between two video sequences can be a 2 or 3 second credit or an effect from a list. You can also add a transition effect at the beginning and end of your edit.
The question of copyright when merging videos for commercial purposes depends on several factors: the elements contained in the original videos, the copyright laws in your country, the licenses and permissions you have obtained, and the way you use the content. If you are the owner of all the videos you wish to merge, you can use your final video without any worries.