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    13 Best Video Editors: Reviewed and Tested

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    When creating video content, the recording part is easy. The main task is to edit the videos with the help of a video editor. With the right editing, a standard video can be converted into a cinematic video.

    Video editing software allows the user to manipulate the videos at will. You can add filters, remove the background, or add music into the video. There are endless possibilities of what you can do with the help of a video editor. Here are the best video editors that we have tested:

    Invideo

    Invideo is by far the best video editor that is perfect for all types of video creation. It is available for Windows, macOS and also has a web-based video editing functionality. You need to pay $29/month to use this editor. It offers a great collection of audio presets, video effects, filters and much more. Invideo does not need much processing power to run smoothly, unlike other video editors.

    Adobe premiere pro CC

    Available for both Windows and macOS, Adobe premiere pro CC is a professional video editing tool that is used in many studios. You can get the video editor for around $53/month. It also has a free trial version which is valid for seven days. At least 8 GB of ram is needed to run the program smoothly.

    AVS video editor

    AVS video editor is available only for Windows and costs around $69/year. AVS video editor is perfect for beginners who are just learning video editing. The interface is simple as you can start editing videos within two minutes. There is also a trial version of the tool which adds a watermark on your exported videos.

    Corel VideoStudio pro

    Corel video studio is perfect for intermediate users who know the basics of video editing. It is available only for windows and can run on a PC with 4 GB ram. You can purchase this editor for a lifetime by paying $80. Beginners will have difficulty trying to navigate the options because of the complicated navigation system.

    Cyberlink power director

    Cyberlink power director is available only for Windows, and you can get it for a lifetime by paying $130. It does not have much system requirement and can efficiently run on a 2GB ram PC. It comes with a lot of presets and FX making your video editing process more manageable. However, it does not support the custom resolution as you will have to rely on the preset resolution.

    EaseUS video editor

    EaseUS video editor is available for Windows with a lifetime license at $80. It can run on a PC with 2GB ram without any lag. It has more than 100 audio samples to choose from. The only downside of this editor is that it can only work with a few codecs.

    MAGIX movie edit pro

    MAGIX movie edit pro is available only for Windows with a lifetime license at $70. It can run on a 2GB ram PC without any difficulties. It has a lot of presets and libraries, making the editing process much more comfortable. However, the trial version of the editor allows you to work for only around three minutes. For using extra sounds and presets, you will have pay extra, which is a downside of this editor.

    Movavie video suite

    Movavie video suite is available for both Windows and macOS with a lifetime license of $70. 2GB ram is enough to run this editor without any lag. To help you get started, they have added video tutorials in the start window. Despite having a low hardware requirement, it can put a lot of pressure on the CPU due to which you can face some severe lags in your PC. On top of that, it also needs an OpenGL to function correctly.

    Openshot video editor

    Openshot video editor is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is entirely free of cost, and the developer does not charge for anything. However, if you are happy with the editor, you can also choose to donate. If you have 4GB ram PC, you can run this tool effortlessly. It offers a lot of transitions to choose from. However, the number of effects and presets are quite limited.

    Pinnacle Studio Ultimate

    Available only for Windows, Pinnacle studio ultimate comes with a lifetime license at $110. It comes with an extensive audio library which is not available in the free version. With the help of a smart movie, you can create movies at a much faster pace. However, you will have no control over the running tasks, which is quite a downside for the editor.

    Videopad

    Videopad is available for Windows, macOS and kindle. You can get this editor for $60/ year, and you can also go for the trial version to test the editor. It is the perfect video editor for beginners as its user interface is simple and easy to grasp.

    VSDC free video editor

    Available only for Windows, VSDC free video editor is available for $20 for the pro version. You can also use the free version with some limitations. It does not put pressure on the hardware and can easily on a PC with 256MB ram. However, if you are using the free version, you will feel irritated because of the continuous display of ads for the pro version.

    Wondershare Filmora

    Wondershare filmora is available for Windows and macOS with a lifetime license of $60. It also has a free version with limited features. You can run this editor smoothly on a 2GB ram PC. It has a lot of audio presets and video effects to offer.


    Dan Westrophttps://gadgetgang.com/
    Dan Westrop, founder and Executive Editor for GadgetGang. Loves getting hands-on with the latest tech and only writes true, honest, and unbiased reviews.

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