Is Ezvid a video editor?
Yes, Ezvid is a full-featured video editor with speed control, screen drawing, voice synthesis, and many other cool cutting-edge features.
Can Ezvid record my computer screen?
Yes, Ezvid is a full-featured screen recorder.
Does Ezvid make slideshows?
Yes! Ezvid is an extremely fast and easy to use photo slideshow maker.
What is the video time limit?
Ezvid make screen recordings and videos up to 45 minutes in length.
Can Ezvid make a computer voice to narrate my video?
Yes, Ezvid can talk! Read our voice synthesis blog post to learn how.
Is Ezvid free?
Yes, Ezvid is completely free. We do suggest that you donate within 30 days of downloading it.
Can I hide the capture controller?
Yes, after you start screen capture, choose advanced settings, and then make the controller
transparent or select a capture region.
Ezvid isn’t capturing my voice through my microphone!
On your computer is a program called
It comes with Windows. Open up sound recorder, and try to record with your microphone. If it doesn’t work, then there may be a problem
with your audio setup. Open up your control panel
and look at your sound settings.
How do I import media and what video formats are supported?
To import video clips, click the “Add Media” button on Ezvid’s interface, or drag the file(s) onto Ezvid’s timeline. Watch our
add pictures and video tutorial. You can uses picture and video in common formats
like PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, MOV, and WMV.
How do I add MP3s to an Ezvid video?
Scroll to the bottom of the music list and select “Use my own”
Is Ezvid dual-core / quad-core ready?
Does Ezvid support 64 bit Windows?
What versions of Windows does Ezvid support?
Ezvid supports Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, and Windows 10.
Ezvid won’t install on my Windows XP Computer!
It’s possible that you are still on SP1 or SP2. Here’s how you
Here is how to upgrade to SP3.
Where does Ezvid put my project files?
Ezvid has been designed for eventual usage on tablet, mobile, and browser devices, therefore it isn’t designed to allow users
direct access to media files through the Windows filesystem. However, if you want to poke around, if you have Ezvid
version 0.8 or later, look in username/My Documents/ezvid/projects – these are your project files.
Important note: Messing around with these project folders is likely to corrupt your ezvid installation — so we don’t
recommend that you do it. Note: If you are using any Ezvid version 0.6 or 0.7, then your projects are in %localappdata%ezvidprojects instead.