Are you looking for a smart tool that can support H.264 files very well? Wondershare Filmora(Originally Wondershare Video Editor) (Filmroa for Mac(Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac)) is your ideal choice to edit H.264 Files. This intelligent H.264 editor puts all the editing tools you need at your fingertips. Just drag your wanted H.264 files to this app and simply click the one of function icons you want on its intuitive interface. The corresponding pane or window will open and let you finish editing job instantly.
With this easy-to-use app, you can edit H.264 files by trimming, cropping, merging, rotating, adding background music, adjusting video effect like Contrast, Saturation, and Brightness etc. And Rich transition, Inro/Credit, PIP and more resources will let you retouch your videos.
Now, download and install this great H.264 editor to edit your files. Get started now.
1 Import H.264 files to this H.264 file editor’s album
Click the "Import" button to import all H.264 files you want to the User’s album. Alternatively, you can drag and drop these target H.264 files from your computer to the album.
2 Drag H.264 files to the Timeline for editing
Drag your wanted H.264 files from this app’s album to its Timeline. And when you do it, you’d better drag them from the album to the timeline one by one. That’s done to avoid putting one file on another which can have the second file split.
3 Edit H.264 files
Select one video clip on the Timeline and then click the Edit button to open the editing panel, where you can crop, trim, rotate video, change video effect and speed in video bar, and edit audio track in Audio bar.
To trim a video clip to the specified length, just click it and mouser over its left or right edge.
If you want to split a video clip, just select it by clicking, drag the top of the red Time Indicator to any point you want, and then hit "scissor" icon.
4 Export your creation
Press the "Create" button to pop up the output window, where you need to go to “Format” category and select “MP4” format. If you continue the “Advanced settings” option, you can see its encoder is High Definition H.264. That’s it. Hit the "Create" button again to export the new H.264 file.
Here is a video tutorial: