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Editing Software Best Video Editing software/apps

Sanjogita

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Hello Tubebuddy family,
Can anyone suggestion the best software/apps for video editing (free and paid) ?
Thank you in advance
Sanjogita !
 

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I use an editing software called Vegas Platinum 17. It's not free, but I got it for my birthday and it was about a $60 one-time fee. I don't know where you live, but if you are in the US you can get it for $39.99 at BestBuy.com. If you want to see a list of some of the features, you can check them out here, but I also even sometimes make my thumbnails using the editor.
 

OceanShip

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I use Hitfilm Express, but keep in mind you will need a strong computer as it has some big system requirements.
 

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.
 

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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.
 

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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+ ;)
 

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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.
 

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Unless you want to pay Adobe monthly to use an NLE go with Davinci Resolve-base suite is free. The only good thing about Premiere is that it integrates with the adobe creative suite. But even that can get problematic once you start doing larger projects. FCPX i hear is good for vloggers since it is fast and easy to navigate the interface. And you only pay for it once! :p
 

MattCommand1

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I have been using Wondershare Filmora but something is off about it.
is there any other software I look forward to?
What is off about it? I use Filmora 11 and it is the best version of Filmora since I started with Version 9.

There are MANY video editors available to choose from if you are going to pay for it. Free versions have much more narrower options. I hear DaVinci Resolve is very good for a free editor but it may not be easy to use.
 

Nody | Team TB

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I have been using Wondershare Filmora but something is off about it.
is there any other software I look forward to?
Please make sure that you use the correct sub-forum when it comes to asking questions about gear, we have a dedicated subforum and moreover, a dedicated thread or two for discussing Video Editing Software.

This thread will be merged with the existing thread.

Thank you!