XSplit Express Video Editor is now available as a free standalone app

SplitmediaLabs last week introduced the new XSplit Express Video Editor tool. The editor is already built into both the XSplit Broadcaster and XSplit Gamecaster, but it’s now also available as a free, standalone application.

SplitmediaLabs claims XSplit Express Video Editor will offer a “range of powerful yet simple-to-use tools” that should help you share your content with your viewers and community

What tools are in Express Video Editor?

One of the main features is the editor’s ability to cut, stitch and import clips within a few seconds. So essentially, you can cut your streams into montages and highlight reels. And there’s no rendering required. So there’s also no downtime when importing.

Additionally, you can import recordings from any application, include OBS, Streamlabs and XSplit, by just clicking a single button. On top of that, SplitmediaLabs says the program offers “Lightning-fast editing” and “works seamlessly” with Twitch, YouTube, Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook.

The app is currently still in early access, but SplitmediaLabs will be bringing in more features to the Express Video Editor over time. Some of the features coming include a title editor, scene transitions and additional audio tracks.

Pricing and availability

The XSplit Express Video Editor is completely free. The current early access version is available at xsplit.com/video-editor.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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