How to Crop Video on Mac
Kigo Video Converter Pro is an excellent video editing tool for Mac users to set video effects, add text / picture watermarks and crop videos' size. It's also a YouTube downloader to help you save and convert videos from YouTube and other website videos.
The main interface preview
Kigo Video Converter Pro is an all-in-one video converter which supports all popular video formats including FLV, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, AVI, M2TS, MPEG TS/TP (for HD videos), etc for iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, PS3, Apple TV, Creative Zen, Archos and so on with high output quality and high conversion speed.
Guide to crop video with Kigo Video Converter Pro
Kigo Video Converter Pro provides you with a very friendly and intuitive user interface, you can easily handle this software at your first sight. Before cropping video on Mac, first of all, you need to import a video to the converter and select it. Below are the simple steps of cropping video on Mac with Kigo Video Converter Pro, please do as follows:
Step 1. Click "Effects" button on the main interface, select "crop" tab and check "Enable Crop", then you’ll see a crop frame in the preview window.
Step 2. You can choose to set "Crop Area Size" by inputting exact valid value or directly dragging the crop frame to zoom in/out.
Step 3. For "Position of Crop Area", you can set it by inputting exact valid value or directly dragging the crop frame to determine the specific location.
Step 4. Click "OK" button, and cropping video on Mac is done.
Tips: You can click "Restore Defaults" to clear all settings of crop.
After finishing these settings, you can set output format and output file, and click "Encode" button to start converting the video according to your settings.