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Since you may use FonePaw Screen Recorder to record a lot of content, FonePaw now provides you with a One-Stop Solution. You can use the powerful built-in editing tools to edit your recordings. Just read on to learn how to use them.

History & Editing Tools

Advanced Trimmer

FonePaw added an advanced trimmer in the latest update. Just follow the tutorial and use the Advanced Trimmer to edit your recordings.

Advanced Trimmer

Split Your Recording

Step 1. Pause the recording.

Step 2. Press the split button as shown in the picture. Your recording will be split into 2 parts from where you pause it.

Split Recording

Fast Split

Also, you can use Fast Split to help split a segment. There are two modes.

Split by average: You can set how many pieces you want to split a segment into and click Split.

Split by time: You can set duration for each piece and the program will tell you how many pieces the segment will be split into. Then click Split.

Fast Split

Cut Your Recording

Step 1. Drag either end of the frame viewer, or you can enter a specific timing to locate the frame viewer.

Cut Recording

Step 2. Click Trim.

Add Segment

This feature is used to loop play a piece of content, such as your gameplay highlights, some funny things, etc.

Step 1. Drag either end of the frame viewer to select a piece of content. Click Add Segment. The selected part will be copied and pasted at the end of segment[1]. You can add as many segments as you like.

Step 2. You can click Merge into one in the bottom left corner to merge them into a complete video.

Add Segment

Plus, the Copy button besides Add Segment is used to copy and paste the whole segment[1].

Fade In & Fade Out

It will add a fading effect at the beginning/end of the video clip, which can tell viewers the video is on/over. You can click to turn on/off the fading effect on the main interface of Advanced Trimmer.

Fade in/out

Video Compressor

If you are worried about the lack of storage space on your computer, you can compress the size of your recordings with Video Compressor.

Step 1. Drag the slider to adjust the size of the compressed video. You can rename it in case you cannot find it after compressing.

Step 2. If you have special needs, you can set the video format as you like. If not, we recommend just choosing MP4, as it has the highest compatibility with players and devices.

Video Formats

Step 3. The Video Compressor also supports customizing resolution(up to 4K but depends on your original recording resolution) and bitrate for your recordings. If you have no special needs, keep the default settings.

Video Resolution

Step 4. Click Compress to extract the compressed video. You can preview the first 10 seconds before compressing.

File Merger

You may use FonePaw to record a lot of clips on your computer. The File Merger helps you to merge your recordings and local videos into one video clip.

Step 1. Choose a recording file and click File Merger.

Step 2. Add other videos.

You can choose to add recordings or other local video files. Then you can use the Forward/Backward button to adjust the order of the segments(click and drag also works).

The Empty button is used to clear all the segments. This operation won't delete any of the original files.

Add Files

Step 3. Export the new video.

Before exporting, you can rename the video and set the output quality. Also, you can adjust the output audio track, in which you can even add background music for your new merge.

Flie Converter

To accommodate multi-device playback, you can use File Converter to convert your recordings to the appropriate format. You can even use it to convert videos to animated gifs.

Step 1. Choose a recording and click File Converter

Step 2. Set parameters for your videos/audios.

You can check the parameters that can be set before converting in the following charts.

Video Settings Available Options
Resolution Auto, 360P, 720P, HD, 2K, 4K
1:1, 9:16, 4:3, 21:9, 5:4, 16:10, 3:2, 2:1, Custom
Frame Rate 12fps, 15fps, 20fps, 23.97fps, 24fps, 25fps, 29.97fps, 30fps, 59.94fps, 60fps
Quality High Quality, Standard, Cutom(you will need to customize the bitrate as well)
Encoder H.264, HEVC, MPEG-4
Zoom Mode Letter Box, Pan & Scan, Full

Audio Settings Available Options
Encoder AAC, AC3
Channel 1, 2
Sample Rate 22050Hz, 32000Hz, 44100Hz, 48000Hz
Bitrate 96kbps, 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kbps

Step 3. Click convert to extract the video/audio.

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