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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 05:16 AM - Thread Starter
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Best Video Editing Software

Hello All,
I am not a professional video editor (but aspiring to be one) and will be launching my own YouTube channel. I am currently looking for suggestions on which application to use as I am very confused (and cannot spend much right now). Currently referring this article https://beebom.com/15-best-video-editing-software/ but the applications mentioned are more on the professional end and costly. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance
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Although eol if you have a windows 7 it should have windows live movie maker on it pretty decent free program but no download for it since like I said eol.
Could run win-7 in a virtual machine and see what you think of it before activating windows.

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Hello All,
I am not a professional video editor (but aspiring to be one) and will be launching my own YouTube channel. I am currently looking for suggestions on which application to use as I am very confused (and cannot spend much right now). Currently referring this article https://beebom.com/15-best-video-editing-software/ but the applications mentioned are more on the professional end and costly. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance
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1. Shotcut

If you are a budding YouTuber and you need a software which is not only free but also doesn’t cut down on features, look no further than Shotcut. Shotcut is an open source and free video editor which provides you with all the editing tool you will ever need. Since the editor is open source and completely free, if you are just starting out, it’s a great place to learn the basics of video editing without investing any money.

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HitFilm express is good stuff, I use it for YouTube

(Its free btw, supports gpu acceleration)

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