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Editing Software What is your favorite video editing app?

Steve the Barman

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By App, do you mean Phone or Desktop. If phone, I LOVE inShot. I've tried most of the Phone apps and for me that's far and away the Best. So many cool add ons and you can upload your own fonts if you have a Brand. But i only use that for Social Media. My YouTube Videos all done on Desktop and I use Cyberlink Powerdirector 365.
 
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By App, do you mean Phone or Desktop. If phone, I LOVE inShot. I've tried most of the Phone apps and for me that's far and away the Best. So many cool add ons and you can upload your own fonts if you have a Brand. But i only use that for Social Media. My YouTube Videos all done on Desktop and I use Cyberlink Powerdirector 365.
Thanks for sharing Steve. Yes I was referring to Phone. I went through so many. I haven't tried inShot yet. right now I am using Rush. its not bad but can have some glitches on mobile. So will keep these recommendations in mind.

I'm using Davinci Resolve now but was using Filmora9 before.
Thanks for the reply. I haven't tried any of these yet. I am still using Rush but not tied to it b/c of the glitches on mobile android. I will have to do a test run on my desktop to see if it performs better. I will keep these recommendations if or when I switch =)

I'm using Davinci Resolve now but was using Filmora9 before.
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I use Final Cut Pro X on my Macbook Pro
Hey thanks so much for replying. I have heard really great things about the Final Cut Pro X.
 
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I've been using Adobe Premiere since it meshes well with Audition :)
Is Adobe Premier great on Android devices? I am using Adobe rush at the moment. I am sure you are awesome. we all think we are boring until we share our stories and realize we are all very interesting and unique people
 

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I have been using inshot and kinemaster well what i do is kinemaster for cuts cause inshot cuts are complicated for me and i just put my logo above the watermark of kinemaster and this is in my phone
 

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I like filmora easy to use but your able to do alot if your not doing a ton of effects that would be my recommendation and check out Daniel Batal he has alot of good filmora tutorials
 

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What differences would you notice between the 2 editing applications ??
Filmora: Easy to use and doesn't require as beefy a computer but proxy files can take a bit of time to create especially if you are using 4K files. Seems to sometimes use and sometimes not use my graphic card to encode which makes a massive difference in rendering time (10 minutes vs 90 minutes). For quick edits I still use this and it just seems faster.

Davinci Resolve: Harder to use but has more adjustments you can make to the video. Heavy use of a graphics card the entire time the application is open and can crash on older computers (didn't work until I upgraded). When importing files I found I don't necessarily need proxy files and things played well. Can output at a higher quality than Filmora9.

If your computer can handle it I would run Davinci especially as they have a free version (that I'm using) and it is a professional product that gets consistent updates. Mine can run it but I have newer hardware (Ryzen 5 3600 with 16GB RAM and Nvidia Geforce 1060) and even with that I'm debating on upgrading the graphics card to something better.

Saying that the only reason why I even installed Davinci was for my timelapse videos. Filmora imports each picture individually where as Davinci automatically turned them into a video and once I started I kept using Davinci.

Here is the timelapse video that got me to change https:// youtu.be/oX0b690md20 (remove the space to view)
~13000 photos to create

If you have any other questions let me know and I'll do my best to answer.
 
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I have been using inshot and kinemaster well what i do is kinemaster for cuts cause inshot cuts are complicated for me and i just put my logo above the watermark of kinemaster and this is in my phone
hiding the watermark with your logo is genius. I have stopped using a few apps b/c of their super large watermarks. good stuff.

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I used to edit my videos with iMovie.
I'm running a software tutorial channel and I use Ken Burns effect to crop my tutorial videos to explain in detail by switching one part to another. But I can't reframe the video freely since iMovie keeps the aspect ratio at 16:9 all the time.
So then I bought FCPX, a better but not complicated tool for me.

The only frustrating point is that the clipping is not spot on in FCPX sometimes. I don't like to waste my time re-launching it every time stuck by the pro. Do you guys have the same experience?