Quick Tools at the Front Page

Here in this post, you can learn how to use the quick tools on the FimlForth front page. How to convert video, how to trim video, how to stabilize video, etc. Read and figure them out.

For the user’s convenience, FilmForth provides the quickest way to help users find the way to trim, convert, stabilize, rotate video in just clicks. Now, Let’s get to FilmForth Quick Tools first. As they are the most used features by users, to make the movie making journey easier is why Quick tools stand.

Convert Video

IoForth provides the most effective way to convert video to your preferred video format via the Convert Video tool.

Clicking on the Convert Video button, the page will directly jump to Microsoft Store where you can easily download the Convert Video tool – Duo Video Converter.

Download Duo Video Converter

Download Duo Video Converter

After the successful installation of Duo Video Converter, launch it and run it on your computer. Then, you can convert the video to the format you want.

Choose the Video to Convert the Video Format

Choose the Video to Convert the Video Format

Trim Video

Clicking the Trim Video, a window will be popped up to ask you to Select a Video File. Then click it and add the video you want to trim into the timeline.

FilmForth Trim Video

FilmForth Trim Video

Then, you can either drag the start bar and the end bar (the yellow arrows) to trim your video to the length you want, or you can left-click your mouse to the position you want to start the video and click Set Start, then left-click the mouse again to the position you want to end the video and click Set End.

Trim the Video on FilmForth

Trim the Video on FilmForth

Note: FilmForth at the moment does not support trimming a part of a video from the middle of a video clip. The feature will be rolled out soon, please stay tuned.

Lastly, click Save Video and a popup window will be showed. The saved video resolution will depend on the video you trimmed. So did the output file size.

You can select the Video Quality by changing the Bit Rate.

30fps was set for the video already by default. You can also choose the Frame Rate from the drop-down.

Uncheck the Watermark, use hardware-accelerated encoding will tick off the watermark in the window.

Save the Trimed Video

Save the Trimmed Video

Stabilize Video

The feature of stabilizing video is much easier.

Click Stabilize Video and Select a Video File in the popup window to add your video file.

Stablize Video on FilmForth

Stablize Video on FilmForth

Then, name your stabilized video and select its storage location. Lastly, click Save to store the stabilized video.

Save the Stablized Video

Save the Stabilized Video

Extract MP3

Similar to Stabilize Video, by clicking Extract MP3 and Select a Video File.

Extract MP3

Extract MP3

You can directly name your MP3 extracted from your video and choose the storage location. Lastly, click Save to save the MP3 audio to your computer.

Save the Audio MP3

Save the Audio MP3

Rotate Video

Click Rotate Video and Add a Video File.

Rotate Video on FilmForth

Rotate Video on FilmForth

Then there will be four choices to rotate your video: Rotate Left, Rotate Right, Flip Horizontal, and Flip Vertical. Rotate the video to the angle you want.

Rotate the Video You Want

Rotate the Video You Want

After click on the Save button, you will see the information about your video. The saved video resolution will depend on the video you rotated. So did the output file size.

You can select the Video Quality as you need. The Bit Rate is 11.85Mbps to 25.98MB by default.

30fps was set for the video already by default. You can also choose the Frame Rate from the drop-down.

Uncheck the Watermark, use hardware-accelerated encoding will tick off the watermark in the window.

Save the Rotated Video

Save the Rotated Video

After going through the Quick Tools, let’s dive into the details of FilmForth’s other strong features.