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Can't decide what program for video editing to use. It has to be simple, fast and not too expensive.
DaVinci Resolve is free. I recently switch to resolve from Premiere and I am quite enjoying it.
September 24, 2018 at 10:32AM
I used to use Final Cut, which is awesome. But, recently, I needed something for screen capture and stumbled upon Screenflow. Turn out, it's great for editing as well! It's perfect for editing quickly and efficiently and has handled any format of video I've thrown at it. I know it's not as powerful, but most of the time I do't need much but a way to edit clips together and maybe a tad of color correction.
September 25, 2018 at 9:04AM
There is good free software, but for general purpose video editing, the commercial software is hard to beat. Most companies have entry-level versions that are only $50-$100. But, if you want to spend a lot more time doing your project, and end up with a result that doesn't have as many professional effects, then by all means use the free software.
I personally recommend Vegas Movie Studio, but I got my start, over a decade ago, using Pinnacle Studio.
July 17, 2019 at 3:42AM