A fishing effect is when the lens creates a distortion to the image, like the image to the left. If you have ever used a Fish-Eye camera lens, that is what you achieve. Of course sometimes you don’t want this distortion in your video, so Liquivid has included the ability to fix this problem. You can even create what they call a profile for your camera lenses, so you can easily apply changes.
Of course you also have the ability to adjust colours, contrast and sharpness of your content, rotate, trim and even change the speed at which your video will play back.
You don’t need to be an expert editor to get to grips with the program though, there are two ways that it can be used. The first is a Basic Editing Mode which enables you to edit your video and images using one click. If you are more experienced though and really want to get involved in the way that the video is edited you can access the Advanced Editing Mode. The advanced area gives you much more control so you can fine tune the changes you make.
We give Liquivid a thumbs up, it is a lovely program that gives you the ability to perform complex editing with simple processes. It is available through Steam or via direct download for just £14.99, a price well worth paying in our opinion. The only thing we would say could improve Liquivid is a Tutorial that allows you to complete tasks with a sample video.
- Photos: JPG, PNG, TIFF
- Videos: all common formats and codecs in any resolution (including HD, 2K, 2.7K, 4K)
- Photos: JPG, PNG
- Videos: MP4 (h264), WMV, uncompressed AVI in any resolution (including HD, 2K, 2.7K, 4K) and with high bitrates