edius has all the controls you would expect and is fully integrated with a lot of the other features of the software. you can add fades, fades to keyframes, dim or brighten clips, roll, fade in and fade out, match clip speed to the audio, see how many clips are left, see the length of the clips in the bin and check the quality of the clip and much more. you can also add custom audio and video effects to the clip or apply to all clips in the clip bin.
edius has a number of built in effects, such as a simple dissolve and a chroma key, and you can apply the built in effects as well as add effects from the media library using a timeline browser. you can split frames, add frames, add images or add transitions to the clips and it can add so many different effects to the clip that it can be difficult to know where to start. effects can be applied to the timeline or to individual clips. you can add effects to the timeline and even apply them to all clips at once.
edius can export to a number of formats, including prores, avid dnxhd, prores 4444, prores 422 and quicktime and you can create a variety of output files with all the settings to suit your needs. you can create a composite file using the nle or you can output separate files for each clip, which you can then organise into folders and sub-folders and even burn to discs or other media.
there are so many other features that edius has, including the ability to use multiple audio and video tracks at once, a dedicated colour corrector and calibrator and a dedicated colour corrector and calibrator, trimming and editing features, audio and video fades, alternate audio and video effects and so much more.