1. Main Features
- Support for SD, HD, and UHD video formats
- High quality effects and transitions
- Over 250 modern title templates
- Advanced exposure features
- 360° editing for footage recorded on
- Online video tutorials
- Extensible through OpenFX plugins
2. Software Overview
MAGIX Video Pro X is a video editor geared to ambitious and professional video editors. The software provides professional video production tools, audio editing capabilities, and extensibility through plugins.
Video Pro X supports a variety of video formats including ProRes, AVCHD, HDV, DV, XDCAM, and AVC-Intra with smooth editing of 4K/Ultra HD resolution videos and hardware-based decoding for HD and UHD (H.264 and H.265). The editor’s open timeline means you don't have to worry about working with different video formats as it allows you to import and edit the different formats together without having to convert them. Some of the program’s most notable editing features include multicam editing on up to nine tracks simultaneously, primary and secondary 3-way color correction, and high quality color filters. You can apply a variety of professional filters and transitions to your video and choose from more than 250 different modern title templates to add text to your videos.
The software features a real-time audio mixer, sample-precise editor, and keyframe control. It also comes with a large amount of broadcast-quality effects to optimize your sound. Along with its video and audio editing tools Video Pro X is extensible, allowing you to install additional capabilities such as NewBlue Looks that include a variety of effect transitions and color filters.
Video Pro has received multiple awards for its intuitiveness and technical tools. The software supports various SD, HD, and UHD formats and gives you useful editing tools to bring your vision to life. MAGIX Video Pro X is not at the level of Adobe Premiere Pro or Avid Media Composer but it is a great, less expensive choice if you are just getting into editing professional quality video.
3. Supported File Types
Updated: December 27, 2015