Videos are an essential part of the internet landscape, with most of the biggest social media platforms having incorporated the moving medium into their systems in one form or another, which means that video-cropping software is more essential than ever for helping creators.
Even though most online videos tend to be viewed on mobile devices (thanks to the above-mentioned social media platforms,) any video camera that doesn't sit on the back of a smartphone will record video in a 16 by 9 aspect ratio. Landscape is the worst possible format for vertically aligned mobile screens, however. In the past, editing landscape videos into vertical or square ratios took time and rote labor on video-editing programs. Crop.Video is automatic video-cropping software designed specifically to make videos as social media- and mobile-friendly as possible by finding the focal point of videos and cropping around them.