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EaseUS Video Editor and EaseUS Rec Expert: Frequently Asked Questions

EaseUS Video Editor and Rec Expert are 2 multimedia products that can help you capture your screen and edit the videos to your favorite. This page explains the most commonly asked questions for these 2 products.

Updated on 2020-08-05

EaseUS Video Editor

Every moment in our life is worthy of being cherished and recorded. No matter you want to share your videos or present your work masterpiece. EaseUS Video Editor can surprise you with endless possibilities and great result. As one of the most popular video editing tools, EaseUS Video Editor is packed with an inspiring array of effects to make your videos stand out. It gives you quick access to all visual effects and transitions, plus drag-and-drop features to save time on complex visual effects tasks.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the difference between the trial version and the full version?
Compared with the full version, the trial version does NOT export the 1080p videos and the exported videos will be added with a watermark of our product.

 

2. Does the product export the videos in a batch?
No, the product only allows you to export one video at a time.

 

3. What operating system does the product work with?
Currently, the product only works with Windows OS.

 

4. What is the maximum size of the recording that I can create with this product?
There is no limitation to the size of the video.

 

5. Can I add watermark to make my own video?
There is not a watermark function, but you can add the transparent logo to the video as a picture.

6. Does the product work with 4k videos?
Yes, the product allows you to edit 4k videos.

 

7. Why the resolution of the exported videos has been dropped?
Please confirm if you are using the trial version or full version. The trial version does not export 1080p Videos.


EaseUS Rec Expert

There are lots of reasons why we need screen recording software as a necessity. It simplifies our daily tasks such as delivering instruction, onboarding new employees, recording a video call and sharing lectures. EaseUS RecExpert enables you the feature to capture what's happening on your entire screen or just a selected Window and even create a scheduled recording task to record screen and webcam at a specific time automatically. It serves as a handy and effective recording tool to export your videos in the best result.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

1. What is the difference between the trial version and the full version?

Compared with the full version, the trial version records within 2 minutes and with watermark. And it does not enable “Video Editing, Compressing” and other features.

 

2. What operating system does the product work with?

Currently, the product only works with Windows OS.

 

3. Does it edit the projects created by other software?

No, it does not edit the projects created by other software.

 

4. What is the maximum size of the video/audio it can record?

There is no limitation to the size of the recording in the full version.

 

5. Can I add watermark to make my own recording?

Yes, you can add a picture to the recording with the video edit feature to make your own watermark.

 

6. What is the default format of the recorded video and audio?

The video is recorded as .mp4 format and the audio is recorded as .mp3 format by default.

 

7. How can I make it safe and complete when I am making a long recording?

We suggest that you split the recording file in case there is any interruption happens during the recording process. You can find that option in the “settings” area.

 

8. What is the difference between the Video Edit in this product and the EaseUS Video Editor?

The video edit can be considered as a lite version of EaseUS Video Editor. It only provides with some basic features like trim the video, overlay picture/text as well as add intro/outro.

 

9. Can I upload the recording to the Internet?

Yes, you can upload the recording to : Youtube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Dropbox as well as an FTP.

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