Best Free Video Editing Software For Windows & MacOS Laptop & Computer : as we all knows that’s there are lots of professional video editing software available online but most of them are not free you have to buy them and these video editing apps are very expensive and many people can’t afford well don’t worry in this I will share you 5 best free video editing software which are completely 100% free & these software are available in all the platform like Windows computer , Macbook Pro , linux etc to know about these software watch this video till the end all information in hindi & urdu.
Jaisa ki aap sabhi log jante hai internet me kayi sare ese videos ko edit krne k liye software mojud hai lekin jyada sabhi k sabhi paid hote hai agar aap unka free version use krte ho to aapko watermark mil jata hai to koi esa software nahi hai jisse aap professionally video ko edit kr sakte hai apne windows computer laptop ya fir apple macbook pro ya fir iMac se to is video me aapko esi free video software ke bare me batane wala hu jo aapke bade kaam hi hai & aapke kaam bhi aane wala hai
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What Video Editing Software Should You Use on a PC? Quick Guide 2015.
The question I get asked MOST is “What video editing software should I use?”.
It’s no wonder, there are a LOT of options out there. The answer really depends on the types of video you’re working on, and your level of skill.
Here’s a quick guide for beginners, intermediate and expert editors to help you refine your choices when selecting video editing software for your PC.
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Today we’ll be looking at the best cheap editing software programs for editing YouTube videos, gaming videos, or any kind of video media for the web! I’ve had experience using all the software listed, along with with other editing programs, and in my opinion, these are the best bang for your buck. If you don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars on software, consider any of the programs I talk about in this video!
Windows Movie Maker – 0:35
The first software I recommend using if you are on a micro budget, and just need something simple to cut your footage together, is Windows Movie Maker. Windows Movie Maker is a free software that comes pre-installed on your PC; whether you’re on Windows 7, 8, Vista, or XP. If you do not have Windows Movie Maker, follow this link for a FREE download!
Pinnacle Studio 17.5 – 1:13
I’ve done a few projects in Pinnacle, and overall it has a lot of feature for being a cheaper editing software, but it often times will crash if overloaded with effects and video files. I’d recommend it anyway though because of it’s stock music and various effect presets. Follow this link if you want to buy Pinnacle Studio 17!
Sony Vegas Home Studio Platinum 11 – 2:16
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One of the questions I get the most is which video editing software I use to make videos.
I talked in detail about all the different options for video editing software in episode fifteen of the audio podcast (http://diyvideoguy.com/15), but I wanted an even quicker way to share my answer with people, so I put together a quick video.
In this episode I discuss 7 different pieces of video editing software, ranging from free to professional, and give recommendations on which you should use right now or in the future.
# Items mentioned in this episode:
– iMovie for Mac:
– Windows Movie Maker:
– Final Cut Pro X:
– Adobe Premiere Pro:
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Now in the next tier up, you have screen recording software. These are ScreenFlow on the Mac, and Camtasia on a Windows computer. Now Camtasia’s also on a Mac, but I really like ScreenFlow at around $100 to record your screen or an iOS device. And you can do annotations over it, you can do zoom ins, zoom outs. I know people that make YouTube videos only in ScreenFlow, even ones they shoot on a DSLR or another video camera. Now if you’re on Windows, Camtasia’s another good option. It’s a little pricier than ScreenFlow is, but you can record your screen and do basic video editing in there. Then on the top, you have the professional level video editing apps. Those are Final Cut Pro X, and Adobe Premier Pro.
Now, Final Cut Pro X is only on the Mac, and I think it runs about $300. And this is what I started using when I started video editing a lot a few years ago. This is basically iMovie Pro. If you get started in iMovie, and you make the transition over to Final Cut Pro X, it’s going to feel the same, with just a bunch of little pro things you can do in there, like better color correcting and audio adjustments. And overall, it’s just an upgraded version of iMovie, in my opinion. Now, a lot of people still use Final Cut Pro 7 in the TV and movie industry, but Final Cut Pro X is stable now, it’s getting better. But what a lot of people did when Final Cut Pro X came out, is they jumped over to Adobe Premier Pro, which is what I use 99% of the time now to do my video editing, and I do a little bit in ScreenFlow.
So for Adobe Premier Pro, you can buy a standalone version of CS6 or an older version, but if you’re going to want to get updates for Adobe Premier Pro, you’re going to be on the CC plan, the Creative Cloud Adobe plan. And so, I’m paying, I think, $50 a month now for two copies of it, so I can have it on my desktop computer and on my laptop computer. Adobe Premier Pro is what a lot of the professionals are using to do video editing. If you’re just getting started with video editing, you’re going to want to watch a bunch of tutorials. If you’ve done video editing in the past, you can start to get used to it. But the thing is, is the sky’s the limit pretty much with Adobe Premier Pro. There are television shows, Hollywood movies, music videos, anything you can think of, is being edited on Adobe Premier Pro. It’s continually updated. It integrates really well with Photoshop, After Effects, and all the other Adobe Suite.
So if you’re going to choose a video editing program and you’re dedicated to doing video for multiple years, I would say bite the bullet, go straight to Adobe Premier Pro. If you’re on a Mac and you have used iMovie a little bit and you’re looking to upgrade to do some more advanced things, I would highly recommend Final Cut Pro X, pay a few hundred dollars, get that and start doing some more of the advanced things you need to do in your videos. And if you’re just getting started, think about iMovie or Windows Movie Maker, and go from there.