Most of the time when you record videos at an event or special occasion, odds are you’ll capture numerous short clips – and possibly several photos too. Rather than just leaving those clips and photos as they are, one excellent way to really capture the spirit and emotion of the event is to make a video montage out of them.

To make a video montage you basically need to be able to take the best bits from all the short video clips that you recorded and compile them into a single video. That can be done quite easily with the help of Movavi Video Editor – and will take you no time at all.

Essentially all you need to do is launch Movavi Video Editor and click ‘Add Media Files’ to add the videos that you want to include – along with any photos or audio clips too. Once they’re added, you can then use its features to edit the videos in the ‘Timeline’ by splitting them into segments, trimming out any unwanted bits, and arranging them in the sequence that you require.

By the time you’re done you should have a simple video montage already that consists of all the best bits from the videos you recorded. Make no mistake you can do much more with Movavi Video Editor – such as adding a song (or two) as background music. In fact, there are even several built-in tracks that you could use if you don’t have your own audio files on hand.

Being a full-fledged video editor, there are countless other ways that you could use Movavi Video Editor to improve your video montage. Initially, you may want to focus on enhancing any existing footage and improving its quality or fixing issues with it. After that, however, you can start to give your video montage some flair by applying special effects, artistic filters, or be inserting animated transitions between video segments.

Simply put Movavi Video Editor will give you full control over every aspect of the video montage, and as you explore its features you’ll start to see just how comprehensive they are. Due to how intuitive it is, you should be able to familiarize yourself with each feature within minutes and with a bit of experimentation, you’ll be able to figure out how to use them in conjunction with one another to create a truly unique-looking video.

All said and done that should cover all you need to know about how to make a montage using Movavi Video Editor. The sooner you start to add the videos that you want to include and play around with its features, the faster you’ll be able to create your very first video montage.