By Joseph Gildred Cloudwards.Net
Whether you’re making movies, vlogging your travels or plotting YouTube stardom, video editing software is the stuff that dreams are made of. The advantages of editing software over the snip-and-tape days of linear film editing are legion, but when it comes to choosing among the dozens of tools available, well, Houston, we have a problem.
For the aspiring videographer, we decided to make you an offer you can’t refuse: a rundown of the best video editing software available. Since needs vary, depending on goals and experience, we’ll name the top options for professional video editing and those built for enthusiasts.
The reigning king of the world is Adobe Premiere Pro, an advanced editor used by prosumers, film students and silver-screen greats. However, amateur filmmakers looking to save money should say “hello” to our little friend, Corel VideoStudio. While we recommend both, if neither appeals to you, we suggest a handful of alternatives to each below.
For those looking for a tool to sync and share their movies, give our best cloud storage for video guide a read. We also have a guide on how to backup video so you won’t lose your work in the event of a hard drive crash.
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