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Discussion in 'Off-topic Discussion' started by TomGHP, Feb 27, 2019.
I'm looking for an easy-to-use free video editor for PC, which one is better?
Which one is better.
Provides zero options.
I used to make videos for YouTube but it's been a while.
I used to use vsdc video editor. I think it's one of the best. So, you might wanna try that out.
And that is a bit rude I guess.
He was asking us to compare different softwares for him but didn't include the options that he was looking at. If he can clarify that, I would be happy to give my take.
For simplicity and accessibility, I like the Bolide Movie Creator video editor. The video editing guide is also very accessible for beginners. My son also mastered this editor this year. He is 15 years old. With the help of the editor, the son gave me a gift for Mother's Day. This is a film about our family. We had a lot of videos. There was no time to put everything in order.
-If you want a Premier competitive, known for colour grading but specialised in video editing integrated with motion graphics feature, then go for Dvincie Resolve
-Easy to use can be Openshot, Kdenlive, Windows movie maker.
I use windows movie maker - so simple. They discontunied it a few years ago though so you have to get it from a 3rd party website rather than microsoft directly.
We've had good success with Shotcut.
I'm not sure that is what he meant. I think he meant which one is the best of the ones that are out there.
Davinci Resolve. There's a paid version that's a little under $300, but there's also a free version, and it's really not very limited. I've been editing with Premiere for years, but recently tried out the free version of Davinci Resolve, and I've discovered I can basically do everything I did with Premiere, but for free.
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I like to use adobe premiere and adobe after effects
Me too. But he said "free" and provided zero options
Oh. It's free. If yah know what I mean.
I use windows movie maker, which is free and really really easy to use. It can't do everything some other programs can do though, so it depends on what kind of stuff you are planning to do with it. Works well for my purposes.
Free video editors you can try out:
The portable app version makes it easy to try it out & delete later (skips PC installation).
Hope that helps.