FREE and GOOD video editors

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Dutch, Dec 17, 2017.

  1. numero

    numero Scarcely Lethal Noob

    I don't know about you but Windows Movie Maker is good enough for me if you're not into complicated video editing.
  2. Mentalpatient

    Mentalpatient Mildly Menacing Medic

  3. Luke

    Luke Legendary Skial King Contributor

  4. Dutch

    Dutch Spectacularly Lethal Soldier

  5. HushBK

    HushBK Somewhat Threatening Sniper

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    But honestly, just use Windows Movie Maker.
    It's free, and it's already installed on most computers.
  6. BlueSwordM

    BlueSwordM Scarcely Lethal Noob

    I would recommend Blender. Works quite well as a video editor, and use it multiple times.
  7. Pansmith

    Pansmith Truly Feared Pyro Contributor Master Mapper

    Uhh pirate Sony Vegas, idk
  8. Orthros

    Orthros Somewhat Threatening Sniper

    For basic editing, that's definitely the best way to go. Simple and fairly easy to learn. Tends to freeze if you try to do to many edits at once though, so give it some processing power and save often. I use Openshot for all video editing I do for YouTube, except for really HQ Frag Movies. For that, due to my use of the Lawena recording method, I find it best to work with Sony Vegas, which is much more advanced.

    Long story short: Openshot has everything you need for basic edits. If you want to get more advanced, you'll need to purchase a professional editing software. I recommend Vegas.

    Edit: You can edit Audio files and input multiple audio tracks too, so if you want to add music, it's fairly straight forward. If you want to make major edits to an Audio track, I suggest doing so separately using an audio editing specific program.
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