Splice is the perfect solution for merging a collection of movie files into a single movie. Import and organize your clips, then with a few clicks or a little drag’n’drop action, you can create a single movie complete with all of your clips.
• New User Interface
The Splice user interface has been modified to include a preview for displaying each clip. When you set the in or out points, the preview lets you see the frames within your clips that are being used.
• Clip Segments
The Splice user interface contains a time range slider that gives you control over how much of the clip will be included in the final output movie. You have the option of using just part of a movie or choosing to use the whole thing.
• Background Exports
When building a new output file, Splice handles the creation as a background task. This allows you to continue working on other activities within Splice without waiting for the new file process to finish.
• Automatic Chapter Track
To help you navigate through your output, Splice gives you the option to add chapter markers between the joined segments of the composite movie.
Once you have created a new movie, Splice allows you to share the completed exports via e-mail or using popular internet services (such as Vimeo).
• Simple Organization
Organizing how clips appear in the final movies is simple: select the clip(s) you want and drag them to the location where you’d like them to play. Done!
• Image Sizing
If the movies in your collection are of different sizes, Splice will center each movie on the playback canvas.
• Improved processing for Automatic Chapter Track generation.
• The Time Slider has been updated to be more intuitive to use.
• Several user interface enhancements designed to make Splice easier and more effective to use.
•Various Bug Fixes
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