AVS Video Converter, a powerful video editor and converter that supports dozens of input and output formats, allows users to manually or automatically set their own chapter markers on a movie’s timeline with its “Edit Input File(s)” function. Automatic chapter marks may be set at the beginning of each clip or at a specific time interval. Any chapter mark’s name may be changed in the “Edit Input File(s)” window, turning an ordinary numbered chapter menu into a descriptive title.
1. Launch AVS Video Converter and load your video by clicking the top “Browse…” button on the right side of the screen. Locate your file via the pop-up search screen and open it in AVS Video Converter.
2. Set your output video’s profile and choose its output location. When finished, click the “Edit” button at the top of the AVS toolbar to enter the “Edit Input File(s)” window.
3. Press the “Chapters” button, located at the top and center of the screen. Set chapters manually by setting your cursor at a desired spot on the timeline and clicking the “Add Chapter” button. Set chapters automatically by clicking the “Auto Set Chapters” button, located above and to the right of your timeline. Choose an auto set option. Your chapters will appear in the top-left panel of the screen.
4. Right-click the desired chapter in the top-left portion of the screen and select “Rename Chapter.”
5. Type the desired chapter name and press “Enter” or “Return” on your keyboard. Right-click and rename any additional chapter names and click the “Save” button in the bottom-right corner of the screen to return to the main AVS Video Converter window.