Best Video Editing Software for Windows 10: Top 5 Video Editors Review 2018

Best Video Editing Software for Windows 10: Top 5 Video Editors Review 2018


well what’s up guys
George from filmora here and today we’re gonna go over the top 5 video editing
software for Windows 10 so if you’re new to video editing or just looking to
upgrade I’m going to break down all the available options for you so you know
what’s right to choose and by the way we just updated our own video editing
software filmora to include a bunch of crazy features that you guys have been
asking for so if you haven’t downloaded already you can try free by clicking the
link here or in the description box below and if you’re new to filmora
make sure you leave a comment alright let’s get started number one Windows Movie Maker now this
free software is the simplest one to use from our list it doesn’t officially come
with Windows 10 anymore but you can still go download it and install it on
your PC we recommend Windows Movie Maker if
you’re just starting out in video editing and want to explore the basics
you can make a quick video using clips and images with simple audio tracks
however you’ll soon realize that the more advanced effects like transitions
filters or overlays you might want to consider a more advanced program better
suit your needs number two filmora Valora has an
intuitive and simple approach to editing if you’re trying to make videos look
more professional without the steep learning curve that comes with software
for more on removes that hassle please with our giant library of music nuts and
effects you can easily spice up your videos with a wide range of support of
video and audio formats you can work on your projects worryfree you can even
import your files from Facebook and Instagram and with our latest update
Tamura now has even more effects available like camera shake p IP blend
modes and speed control and if you’d like to try for more and you can try it
for free from the website gomorrah wondershare com number three Premiere Pro you know there
it’s my my shot number three Premiere Pro if you’re into video editing you
most likely already heard about Premiere Pro it has been one of the most well
known tools used for professionals for its simple interface and large selection
of effects with its flexible trimming tools unlimited multicam angles and
effects like warp stabilizer and an internal color grading feature Premiere
Pro has all the tools you need to make your videos start to finish the best
thing about Premiere Pro is an intuitive link between Adobe’s other products at
Photoshop and After Effects for a more advanced workflow although quite popular
Premiere Pro can have a steep learning curve for beginners and a complicated
user interface now the only way to get a hold of
premier is through paying a monthly subscription fee of $40 and you can get
that from Adobe’s Creative Cloud number four the Vinci resolved for a
long time DaVinci Resolve has been the go-to software for color grading
professionals in Hollywood movies now with its free version of DaVinci Resolve
14 it comes with a full on editing some built writing we’re going to be honest
it’s really impressive at what the free version can do you can trim your Clips
add transitions modify audio and of course use its flagship color grading
software the tracks facial movements for more precise coloring
however DaVinci Resolve is known to crash for the average consumer as it
requires eye and CPU and lots of RAM now for beginners that are relatively new
the program has a really steep learning curve especially for the advanced note
based color grading system we recommend the soccer only if you’re already an
advanced editor looking a switch to a more professional team last but not least number five hitfilm
hip film has a really simple editing interface but what distinguishes it from
other softwares it’s basically like a combination of editing and special
effects software in one like Premiere Pro and After Effects combined so if
you’re looking to make action sci-fi or other crazy videos or 3d special effects
you might want to consider hip film but beware it has quite a steep learning
curve and can be laggy at times also hip film is known to crash for consumer type
footage such as the iPhone and is pretty sluggish unlike for more okay guys so these are just simply tools
to get the job done but if you really want the best result you have to work on
the process before editing you know working on things like shooting lighting
audio and if you need help on that we put together a bunch of tutorials you
can check out here I hope you guys found this review helpful because we’ll see
you next time don’t forget to like we’re gonna break down all the available
options so you know what’s best for you and if dammit so you can try it for free
I hope you guys like that but if you really want the best result you have to
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