The reason why most users prefer iMovie is the easy integration with iCloud. The latest iCloud update even allows you to sync videos directly while you are editing them. You can save multiple copies at various stages of editing to make sure you get an option to choose the best effect. It is available free of cost with original Apple products. You can buy it for nominal fees if you lose the licence number. You can get started with everything you need to know about iMovie by watching the tutorial video available on the iTunes link given below. After watching the video, you will be able to get on with editing movies at a nearly pro-level in no time!
Clicking the big plus button on web or in the iOS app will open Spark's video editor for YouTube. No complicated timelines here! We suggest storyboarding out your video story within the app by selecting one of the preloaded story structures or creating your own by adding notes to slides, which will guide your creation. Each slide should represent just one point or thought.
HitFilm Express is one of the more professional video editors to make the list. It contains all the features you would expect from a basic editor (splicing, trimming, and audio editing) plus much more. While some users may find HitFilm a little advanced, it’s certainly one of the best all round free video editors out there. The free package includes over 180 special effects.
Though university I graduated from (and one my daughter currently attends) have limited academic licenses available, I chose to purchase an indvidual pro license that I could use for my personal and professional use in 2011. I am glad I did! At the time I purchased Camtasia Studio 7 (CS7), but at a time when Camtasia Studio 8 was being previewed and was a no cost upgrade. There have been some growing pains with Camtasia Studio 8 (CS8), but the current 8.2 release seems to have stabilized and all major features I seek now have more function and are as fast or faster to render as the old reliable CS7.