WMV (abbreviation for Windows Media Video) is a common video compression format created by Microsoft.
The WMV video format was developed for Internet streaming purposes and should have functioned as a competitor to RealVideo (RM and RMVB).
Currently, WMV is a popular standalone format supported by most major multimedia applications.
Users will be able to use their WMV editors to quickly split videos into several parts, crop and trim them.
Users will also have the option to overlay watermarks and effects, or to adjust the brightness, contrast and saturation.