Use Kigo Video Converter Ultimate to Crop Video on Mac
Kigo Video Converter Ultimate is an excellent video converter which is an all-in-one solution for Mac users who want to put videos on their mobile players. It's also a YouTube downloader to help you save and convert videos from YouTube.
This powerful video converter supports all popular video formats including FLV, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, AVI, M2TS, MPEG TS / TP (for HD videos), etc. It can convert videos for iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, PS3, Apple TV, Creative Zen, Archos and so on with perfect output quality and high conversion speed.
Kigo Video Converter Ultimate is designed with various powerful functions to edit your video files. This excellent video converter for Mac lets you trim video into segments, merge video clips to one file, crop video size, set video effects, and even add watermark onto your video.
Preview of the main interface
How to crop video on Mac with Kigo Video Converter
With the intuitive and user-friendly interface of Kigo Video Converter Ultimate, you can easily handle this software at first sight. Before cropping video on Mac, you should first import a video to the converter and select it. Below are the simple steps of cropping video on Mac with Kigo Video Converter Ultimate, please do as follows:
To crop a file, please select it in the main file list and click the Edit button   to open the edit window as below:
Check on Enable Crop and then the crop frame will show up in the Original Preview window. The Output Preview will display the pictures from viewfinder. When Checking on Enable Crop, click the drop-list to set the Zoom Type such as Letter Box, Keep Original, Force Scale, 16:9 and 4:3.
And you can add other effects by checking on Mirror and Flip.
1. Dragging and resizing the crop frame can custom the viewfinder.
2. Changing the cropped and effects is independent with each other.
Zoom Type: It is used to define the size of active portion of output video. We provide you 6 kinds of modes to choose (Letter Box, Keep Original, Force Scale, 16:9 and 4:3).