Do you have a particular clip or video that you would like to play backwards? It can be quite comedic if you do, or you can even use it to create the effect of ‘turning back time’ so to speak and having it pass in reverse.
While it may seem that reversing a video is difficult, with Movavi Video Suite (https://www.movavi.com/suite/) you won’t even really break a sweat. Seeing as it is a comprehensive video creation software, it has numerous modules that will allow you to record, edit and convert videos.
In this case you’re going to need to go into the editor in Movavi Video Suite to access the features that you want. Once you do so, all you have to then do is:
- Click on the ‘Add Media Files’ button and select the video that you want to edit.
- Click on the video that is in the ‘Timeline’ to select it.
- Find the ‘Clip Properties’ icon (i.e. the cogwheel) right above the ‘Timeline’ and click on it.
- In the ‘Tools’ tab that opens up, click the checkbox marked ‘Reverse’ to reverse the video clip.
- When you are satisfied, click ‘Export’ to save the video.
As an additional step you may want to remove the audio or replace it with a new audio track – but that is entirely optional. The steps above are really all you need to know to reverse your video using Movavi Video Suite.
Make no mistake although it can play the part of a video reverser, Movavi Video Suite is much more than that. It will provide you with numerous options to record and create videos, including by capturing your screen, recording webcam footage, creating a video slideshow, or digitizing VHS tapes.
Additionally its editing features are nothing to sniff at either, and Movavi Video Suite can cut and join video segments, enhance the video quality, add stylish transitions, include audio tracks, or apply special effects. That’s just a small part of what it can do really, but suffice to say you can easily produce great-looking videos.
Now that you know how to reverse video footage with Movavi Video Suite – why not try it out? It won’t take you long to reverse a clip as an experiment, and you can try to incorporate the effect in the next video that you produce once you’re familiar with it.