Sure. I’ve read the lists and watched the videos. There are so many video editing apps, but not all are created equal. Some have a watermark, some are extremely difficult, and some are paid or trial software. In this article, here are five of my favorite video editors.
#3 – ClipChamp Create (BETA)
This is a piece of software that many haven’t heard of. But, ClipChamp is a great piece of software. Yes, it does limit the free resolution to only 480p, but it still looks clear in my opinion. Here is a video that I made from ClipChamp Create.
CCC has many free features and has a great interface for beginners. The only issue is that it only works with Google Chrome and The Chromium Project. So, don’t expect to be rendering in Firefox or Safari. But, I say it’s worth it.
#2 – Kdenlive (BETA for Windows)
This video editor is probably my favorite editor out of all of them. It is very simple, and it is the best way to get started with professional video editing. This is great for learning PRO video development. It is simple to use and easy to get started. The only issue that I have with t is that it isn’t stable on Windows yet. It is still BETA software. That is fine, because, within our testing, it still runs well. Without a watermark and a fully free version, it is great for editing video quickly.
#1 – DaVinci Resolve 16
At the time of writing, it is still in development, but DaVinci Resolve, in general, is completely free and this is what people use for documentaries and other professional films.
This is our top choice because this has everything that you would need for free and this saves you a ton of money rather than a traditional video editor such as Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premiere Pro. DaVinci Resolve has everything that you would need for video editing, Whether you are a beginner or professional, check out DaVinci Resolve today.
That’s it for today, and our top pick is DaVinci Resolve 16. Hopefully you enjoyed this little thing and hopefully, this helped you. Comment below if you want more guides on best choices for software and other software recommendations.
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