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Editing Software Best Video Editing software/apps

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?
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MR must_vid

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well, there are many but when it comes to Application i will recommend to go with Alight Motion. On the other hand, for windows you can adobe premier.
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The Swiss Hiker

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You basically have two options if you really want to get into Video Editing: Premiere Pro from Adobe or Davinci Resolve. While Adobe is quit expensive and you have to pay monthly/yearly as a subscription, Davinci Resolve is free for most features (because it's company is a hardware production company). There is also a paid version with some extra features for a one time 200-300$ aroud, they give it for free to those who buy one of there professional cameras. I myself use Adobe Premiere Pro, because I use a lot fo Adobe CC software like Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, InDesign, Dreamviewer and Premiere. If it wouldn't be the case I probably would use Davinci Resolve. This software is the best for color grading and is used in Holywood for film production.

The Jungle Explorer

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Well, after almost 20 years of using Corel Video Studio, I have switched to Davinci Resolve, and I have to say, Holy Cow, this is one sweet piece of totally free software! There is a learning curve, but I was up and editing videos in less than a day, and the more I learn about the program, the more I understand what a total piece of garbage VS was. It's FREE, so there is no reason not to try it. You will thank me later.