Best Video Editing Software for Creators 
- Intuitive user interface with advance editing features
- 100's of stunning effects, titles and transitions
- Edit and upload to any platform or device
Want to do more than just simple edits to your home videos? Why not turn them into remarkably creative video collages that will impress your family and friends. You can combine up to seven different video clips into a single customizable collage complete with animated openings to create the perfect memory to share. Video collages have a ton of benefits. Let’s go through a few of them here and highlight the corresponding feature within Video Collage, CyberLink’s video and collage maker that can help you achieve the perfect video.
Let’s get to it.
1. Video Collages love your excess footage
Ever had a ton of video footage that is too good to throw away, but didn’t quite make the final cut? With Video Collage designer, you can show up to seven times the amount of footage on screen at one time with pre-made or custom templates.
Feature Highlight: Collage designer templates.
2. Video Collages hit that sweet spot of video length without sacrificing footage and storytelling
A general rule of thumb is that often short and sweet content yields stronger engagement – this is particularly the case for marketing or other advertorial content. You need to tell your story within less than 60 seconds. That’s tough, especially if you want to showcase something fundamentally complicated. Video Collages take away the complication of time-restraint and watcher fatigue. In other words, show more in less time.
Feature Highlight: Freeze Frame
3. Video Collages open new creative possibilities for using large amounts of video footage
A great example of this is when demoing or comparing products that one can physically see or hear. For example – the different sounds of similar musical instruments or hardware, video collages can show the product, tell the story of the product and move on to the next product without fatiguing the viewer with harsh cuts, overlong and drawn out demonstrations or needless extra bodies on camera.