There are different video resolutions such as 720p, 480p that we are quite familiar with. Sometimes you also require to make a low video resolution to upload the video from your computer to your other devices or to the web. This will extensively reduce the decoding burden of the device. But sometimes you need to make a high video resolution to fulfill the DVD standards as well. Because DVD standards require the video to have a resolution of at least (720×480).

Step 1: Open Video Trimmer – video editor & video maker application on your device.

Step 2: Click on the “New Project” button if you are editing a new video or “My Work” if you are editing a previously saved video.

Step 3: Select your desired video from your PC/Laptop gallery by navigating through the menu or by searching the file name.

Step 4: Click on Desired Resolutions and choose from the dropdown menu.

Select from the following options:

  • Choose QVGA if you want to convert your video into (320×240) Resolutions. 
  • Choose VGA if you want to convert your video into (640×480) Resolutions.
  • Choose PAL if you want to convert your video into (720×576) Resolutions.
  • Choose NTSC if you want to convert your video into (720×480) Resolutions.
  • Choose WCGA if you want to convert your video into (800×480) Resolutions.
  • Choose 720P if you want to convert your video into (1280×720) Resolutions.
  • Choose 1080P if you want to convert your video into (1920×1080) Resolutions

Step 5: Click on the “Next” button to save your trimmed video with your desired format to be shared on your Social Media or for any professional use.