1. Windows Movie Maker
Windows Movie Maker is Microsoft software that offers the ability to create and edit videos on any PC. Its features include everything you need to make a home movie or edit a video file quickly and easily, including auto Movie, audio track, timeline narration, video effects, adding titles/credits, and video transitions.
Get the application for free here.
Filmora is a video editing tool on Windows for beginners and is easy to learn. They also offer FilmoraGo for editing video on any mobile device. The tool offers features like 4K support, GIF support, noise removal, uploading photos directly to social media, color tuning, and the option to flip video clips or play them backwards, as well as playing them up to one hundred times faster or slower.
You can download the tool for Windows here.
Or FilmoraGo for Android here.
For more advanced features at an increased price, you can look here.
Lumen5 is a video editing tool that has over ten million free media files. Features include creating unlimited videos, intelligent media matching, text-to-video technology which easily transforms articles and blog posts into video content, 480p video quality, and automated videos from RSS.
Blender is a free 3D content creation software suite that offers a range of basic-yet-efficient video editing tools. Its features include window layouts and shortcuts can be fully customized, sculpting, retopology, modeling, powerful simulation tools, and game prototyping, as well as interactive visualizations and a multiple pipeline tool that is pivotal in many productions.
It is free to use and can download it here.
5. CyberLink PowerDirector
CyberLink PowerDirector is video editor to replace Windows Movie Maker. It is the first 360-degree video editor for VR footage, and is most capable and fastest consumer-level video editing software for Windows. Its features offer free video templates plus MultiCam editing. You can edit travel videos on the go much more easily with its new Collage Designer.
You can download a free trial, or buy the full version here.
6. Adobe Premiere Elements
Adobe Premiere Elements is a video editing software that can access templates from Adobe Stock. Its features offer immersive 360/VR audio and video editing. It has auto-ducking music that set the volume of music to automatically lower during sections of dialogue. It has a Lumetri Color tool that offers color and lighting adjustment.
You can download a free trial or buy the full version here.
Lightworks is a free video editor used by many professional film editors today. Its features include easy timeline trimming and editing, real-time, ready-to-use video and audio FX, easy-access royalty-free video and audio content, simple and intuitive user interface, and the editor can export video in up to 4K.
It has a free 7-day trial: just register to extend and upgrade to Pro for more features here.
8. Nero Video
Nero Video is a video editing software that provides excellent resolution and the highest video quality around. It can easily transfer videos from external hard drives, USB, mobile devices, and camcorders to your computer for further editing. It has more than 50 movie templates and a lot of visual effects for any project. It offers export and burn features that you can edit, design and save to discs.
9. Corel VideoStudio
Corel VideoStudio is a video editing software that has over 2,000 sophisticated effects. It can edit 360-video and adjust the speed of playback. Its features offer 360 degree video editing enhancement, 3D title editor, split screen video and template creator, lens correction tools, and premium effects.
VSDC is a video and audio editor that has a wide variety of multimedia processing tools in one free video software suite. It supports all video and audio formats, including GoPro, DVD, and HD. It can import video from external devices to any computer in a free, easy-to-use format.
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