VideoCanvas
VideoCanvas
3.0.4

3.2

VideoCanvas free download for Mac

VideoCanvas

3.0.4
26 October 2012

Edit video in multiple layered tracks and add effects, titles and transitions.

Overview

VideoCanvas ... Edit video in multiple layered tracks, add your own movie titles or use the amazing green screen effect to really boost your amateur movie to a whole new level. The beautiful, simple user interface will quickly get you started with little or no training.

VideoCanvas is ideal both for quickly throwing together some video clips to put on YouTube as well as for making an advanced animated multi track movie with precise control over the result.

Check out the VideoCanvas gallery to get a better look!

Key features:

  • Easily arrange sequences of video clips, still images and sound layers
  • Real time, non-destructive video effects
  • Unlimited layers with transparency compositing
  • Build complex trees of effects using nodal composing
  • Animate attributes using key frames
  • Export to popular formats

What's new in VideoCanvas

Version 3.0.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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10 VideoCanvas Reviews

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Seriago
05 July 2010

Most helpful

Great Video editing with many variables for editing not to mention one can easily combine them, superimpose, have text over, easily add and delete tracks and what have you. Very versatile. I do find it a bit complex at first but a few of their demo videos its starting to sink in. Highly recommend and indeed is a great complementary tool with iMove. I'd give it a 4.5 rating but 5 is for my added appreciation. :]
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Version 2.0
Magosilvan
21 November 2013
It has layers, filters, crop possibility and developer support. I like it.
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Version 3.0.4
Jazzyguy
27 October 2012
I like this app. I do a lot of Video Editing and find it very useful.
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Version 3.0.4
Surfspirit
17 June 2012
Drop Support For 10.6? Was ever any good, this app seems to be in early steps!!
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Version 3.0.1
JacobsIvan
22 July 2011
I am a hugh fan of FCX. Hooked is more like the correct word. But if you do not want to pay a bucket load of hard earned dollars, Videocanvas is just for you. It doesnt have the greatest interface but it is powerfull and a very very good alternative to iMove. For me it is simple: You have big money to spend? Buy FCX. Otherwise buy this!
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Version 2.1.2
Seriago
05 July 2010
Great Video editing with many variables for editing not to mention one can easily combine them, superimpose, have text over, easily add and delete tracks and what have you. Very versatile. I do find it a bit complex at first but a few of their demo videos its starting to sink in. Highly recommend and indeed is a great complementary tool with iMove. I'd give it a 4.5 rating but 5 is for my added appreciation. :]
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Version 2.0
Macericg
26 September 2008
With all the people upset over the direction Apple took with iMovie, Norrkross Movie has the opportunity to fill a void -- if: 1) It movies were made compatible/exportable to iDVD 2) Supported 3rd-party iMovie plugins (that are now incompatible) 3) Added some additional iMovie features -- such as chapters 4) Tweaked the interface to have more of the original iMovie feel and handling
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Version 1.2.2
Pfitzpa1
20 September 2008
Got this as part of the mupromo package and today was the first chance I had to really give it a go. I was making a short video for my daughters project. The User interface feels fairly well designed though some of the things like changing text color and background seemed a bit hard to find at first. The concept seems quite good but I had a lot of trouble getting transitions to work correctly (or even at all). For example I couldn't get a transition to fade to black to work at the end of a clip. I had to resort to an animated filter which was a lot trickier to get working than I expected. The program crashed several times and I lost a fair chunk of work each time. Filters were very difficult for me. Sometimes I would add a filter but find it very hard to to find the filter in the track again. The node view showed nothing. Transition choices were very limited. I also had trouble adding transitions when there was a gap between clips, it seems like you have to make the clips overlap before you can add a transition. I think this software has great potential overall but the crashing and quirkiness was a killer for me. I ended up resorting to iMovie and had the project done in no time (though I could not find a way to selectively control track volume at specific times in a clip, which Norrkross seemed to do quite well). I'll try it again when an update comes out and I have another project to do.
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Version 1.2.2
µø˜˚´¥
13 March 2008
The crashes I had with previous versions have been fixed - kudos to the developers.
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Version 1.2b4
David-Coffin
13 June 2007
Excellent! It's still a little wobbly here and there, but this is already the most impressive new >$100 video editor/compositor I've seen this year, and AFAIK I've tried them all. It's elegantly laid out, multi-track, great looking, runs fast and smooth, very stable, has a really cool and powerful node editor for tweaking CoreImage filters and transitions, and above all, a responsive developer and a frequently updated Help manual. And the Media pane shows my Aperture library; nice! (sorry ‘bout the double review; it's my first post...)
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Version 1.0.3
µø˜˚´¥
18 March 2007
Imports fine, but crashes every time I try to open the "Filters" pane in the Inspector.
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Version 0.9.4
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David-Coffin
David-Coffin
13 June 2007
I had the Filters pane crash, too. Simply wrote to the developer; got a fixed version within 24 hours. This lovely little app has great potential, an elegant and deep interface (love the nodes view!) responsive support, and already runs incredibly quickly and smoothly compared to other video editors I've tried, such as FastCut, Videator; it's the ONE to watch.
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Version 1.0.3