If you are looking to get into video editing for your business, look no further. We are passionate about video and we have tried out most of the editing packages out there. Here we take a run through the top 10 video editing tools. Whether you’re a total beginner or a seasoned pro, you will find the best tool for the job.
Adobe Premiere Pro
The most popular video editing tool on the planet, Adobe Premier Pro can easily handle anything you would ever need to do to your videos. It can deal with multiple camera recordings simultaneously and it can process 8k 360-degree virtual reality videos.
Following very close behind Premier Pro, Nero Platinum comes with a whole range of movie design and disc menu templates to enable you to feel like a video editing pro even if you’re a beginner. While it doesn’t quite go up to the 8k of Premier Pro, it can easily handle 4k footage.
Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate
If you are on a tighter budget, Studio 21 could be a great option for you. It has some seriously cool features which put it beyond its price point, including support for 360-degree videos and some really great post effects.
Apple Final Cut Pro
If you are a Mac user, this one’s for you. It is intuitive and powerful and comes with tools that make it easy to organise your projects. The only feature that is really missing from it is a timeline track interface.
Movavi Video Editor
This one is ideal for beginners using a Windows PC. Editing your video is as simple as just dragging and dropping your media files onto the timeline interface and then using the easy-to-use tools to edit them.
Corel VideoStudio Pro
If you are intending to create videos for YouTube, this is the one to go for. Although all of the top video editing tools are absolutely fine for creating YouTube videos, Corel VideoStudio Pro is the best.
Sony Movie Studio
If vlogging is your thing then you might want to give Sony Movie Studio a go. It makes it very quick and easy to create and edit videos and then upload them to social media. It even comes with music and sound editing software, so you can easily add soundtracks to your videos.
Adobe Premiere Clip
If you want to simply record videos on your smartphone, quickly edit them, and then upload to YouTube or social media, this is the one for you. You just need an Adobe ID to use it.
Magix Movie Edit Pro
Although this software lacks some of the features of the higher end videos editors, it is very good for beginners because it handles the basics so well.
Ideal for professional videos editing, Vegas Pro combines the best features of other high-end software such as Final Cut and Premier and provides you with an intuitive workflow.
There you have it, whether you are a professional or a beginner, a Windows or a Mac user, you have plenty to choose from when it comes to editing your videos.