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I mainly use Adobe Premiere Pro the latest version but I would love to try any other software you guys would suggest.
I also use Adobe premiere pro and I like it. I tried using the after effects and sony vegas. You may want to try those software. After effects is good when if comes to visual effects while Sony Vegas they are much the same with Premiere Pro so it's up to you which software you want to try.
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I don't do video editing but whenever my kid needs to edit videos for a school project I see her using the movie maker in Windows. I haven't tried it but she says it's a user-friendly app.
I used Windows Movie Maker and found it to be good. Now, it is not available anymore. It offered good editing features and I used it for editing my small project videos. It worked well and also optimized the video sizes. I liked it a lot but I do not know the reason why Microsoft stopped its updates since 2012.
To be honest, that's not entirely true. We still have an old windows movie maker on our old PC, and it works quite well. I'm not sure why, but it isn't linked to the overall system. But anyhow, windows movie maker is a great tool to get you started with video making. Next step is something more serious, like Sony Vegas.
I always recommend Blender.
It's open source software that has numerous uses. You can use it for video editing, photo editing, animation and creating 3D models. It's got a pretty steep learning curve but learn how to use the software and you'll never need any other software for video editing. It's all I mostly use for video editing nowadays.
I occasionally use windows movie maker which isn't that great if I must be honest.
I’ll have to look into Blender. Sounds like it’s quite comprehensive and I always like open source stuff.
I just knew that Blender can be also a video editor as what I know is that it only renders animation and 3d models. I used movie maker before but it's too basic as for my experience. After effects is good and premiere as well as Sony Vegas. Although in adobe effects you really need to look for some tutorials as you will be confused at first and it hard to use tools when you are still starting, all things are like that tho, I must say.
Blender? I haven't heard about it. But, it sound interesting. This would my on my top list if ever I'll be given a task to edit a video again.
I use Adobe Premiere Pro for editing videos to correct color, make it cinematic, or add some text animation. If special effects are necessary, I do it with Adobe after effects. A combination of this two software would give a great result for your videos. Others suggest Sony Vegas. I haven't experienced using Sony Vegas ever since.
I have Filmora and Sony Vegas. And those are two good software for anyone who wants to make use of the editing in a simple way. I have mostly used the filmora for simplicity. There are some really good options out there. I think editing apps are plenty there. We just have to choose the one that fits our scenario.
Premiere Pro, no questions. The Adobe Suite is just such a powerful tool all around, that I can't recommend it enough. Sure it has a subscription fee, but if you use it regularly like I do, the work you produce through the programs easily pays for the subscription. Premiere allows for direct linking between other software such as Audacity (for audio editing), Photoshop (for graphics and photo editing) and After Effects (for animation and motion graphics), that allow you do edit right out of your timeline, that it allows you to streamline your editing process so easily.
If you can get a free trial from Adobe, which I believe you can, I'd highly recommend giving it a shot and seeing how you vibe with it.
Has anyone here used filmora in the past. I used it once and the experience I had was not that great since they ran an ad below the video all in the name of me not having paid for the subscription.
I don't honestly have some idea about software that we can use for video editing since I am just neophyte from it and trying to explore those things on my mind. This is a good question since I learned a lot from this and I can have now an idea on what particular software that I will be using for my future video editing.
I used to use Windows Movie Maker, when I first start to do videos. Nowadays, I have made a lot more progress in terms of my skills. Until recently and to this day I use Sony Vegas, which is simply great. It's simple, user friend, and has a lot of features.
Windows Movie Maker comes as a default program software in my Dell laptop. I tried using it for a few times in the past making videos but I was not really into video editing then.
But I can say that it's actually a good video editing software.
I use adobe premier. It's the only video editing app that I know off.
I am in the indie film business back in my country and I edit my videos using adobe premier pro. The software is really cool and easy to use once you get the hang of it. Of course, it has a few things that can be worked on, but that's why growth exists. I have been using adobe premier pro for a few years now, and my money is on them.
Sony Vegas has been my favorite software which gives me the best services when it comes to video editing.
It's very easy to use unlike Photoshop and it's work output is very incredible.
I also use Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015. I find it staple for me. I also tried some online video editing sites. You may try it too but I'm fine with Adobe. It has everything I need. Once you have been comfortable with the software you are using, it is hard to find a new one. Most of the time you'll get disappointed with other software but there's no harm on trying to look for a different one which might be better for you.
I can still remember using Windows movie Maker back then. Does it still exist in new versions of Windows? Nowadays, I don't do video editing anymore.
It depends on whether or not you want to pay in order to get a pro version of that software since most of the free ones are either hard to use, have limits, or watermarks. Filmora is quite intuitive and simple, the tutorial is nice and even if you stick to the free version the only thing that really differentiates it from the paid version is the watermark which will be present for around a minute of the video, after which it will disappear and some very advanced tools there, which I doubt you'll need anyway. At https://thinkmobiles.com/blog/best...zation-software/ you can find a very well documented, in-depth review of 12 pc optimization software written by the chief editor from think mobiles, which might make your choice easier.
OpenShot Video editor is absolutely free and simple software for best video editing.