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Editing Software Best Video Editing software/apps

Duncan Allers

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Windows video editor is a good starting point for beginners. You can learn how to edit, snip, add music etc quicker than any other program out there. Thereafter if you want to take your editing to the next level you can try the programs that have been mentioned i.e. DaVinci resolve
 

John Agnese

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I used to edit on Wondershare Video Editor since like 2016, then I moved to that Pinnacle Studios which is kind of hard and it was glitching, and when I joined the film class they use Adobe Premiere Pro so I switched to Premiere Pro.
 

Doug B

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I’m on the Mac platform, so this may or may not be applicable to you. I use Camtasia and iMovie. I’m probably going to be upgrading to Final Cut Pro, as iMovie is starting to feel a bit restrictive.
 

Doug B

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I’m on the Mac platform, so this may or may not be applicable to you. I use Camtasia and iMovie. I’m probably going to be upgrading to Final Cut Pro, as iMovie is starting to feel a bit restrictive.
 

byyzeroh

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I picked up Vegas Pro 14 from Humble Bundle a few years back and found it to be ok to start out with. I do highly recommend picking it up when it appears on sale cause it cost me like $20 instead of $100+ ;)
 

Oceane Lin

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One of my recommendations would be an app, called “Write-On Video”. Write-on Video is probably the most intuitive video creator that I’ve ever seen. Also, most of the functions including recording, text over videos, and so on are free to use.

I like how easy to use it is. You can still get professional-looking videos without spending hours editing. Editors can use it to make video outlines, create storyboards, and edit clips with a breeze.

Furthermore, Write-On Video is easy to switch between devices. It allows editors to work on a phone or tablet, then move on to a desktop when arriving home. The high compatibility brings me a smooth workflow to create my artworks.:blush::blush:
 

Office Mystic

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It depends on the content. I enjoy using Camtasia 2019 (2021 isn't working great for me) for my Microsoft Office tutorials. The software is easier to use than DaVinci Resolve, but it doesn't have as many features. I use WavePad to modify the audio if necessary.