Updated A free video editor that can cut your footage, add effects and convert files, but doesn't overwhelm you with options.
Updated You won’t have the hassle of making decisions on fonts and features because QuickStarter does it for you.
The excellent ScreenFlow, a Mac-only video editing screen grabbing app, has received a major update. Come see if it’s worth you attention.
VideoPad is a video editor for Mac and Windows. Does it offer all the tools you need to help you create your future projects?
OpenShot can work with many media files, has an interesting interface, but is marred by poor execution.
Updated Novice web designers will be able to build simple sites, but more advanced users may end up frustrated.
This nice-looking video editor which can get you up and running in little time, with a lot of options, and a few frustrations.
Lightworks is enticing as a free professional grade video editing software package. But is it truly free, and is it worth using as your default movie making app?
Updated An unusual way of creating videos, Lumen5 offers a web-based approach to transform text into moving images.
Vimeo’s Magisto lets you create videos automatically in minutes, and has enough customisation to help you make each project more unique.
Canva can help you produce everything from social media graphics to company brochures, all inside your browser.
Version 15 of this versatile video editing and compositing software package introduces some fun and interesting new features.
You can’t beat it on price, but does HitFilm Express have the tools you need to edit your next video?
Coolcut is a good screen recording tool with vastly improved editing capabilities. The free version has limitations, as you’d expect, but is definitely worth a look.
Gilisoft Video Editor might be for you if you’re looking for an entirely new way to do things, or just editing simple and very short projects.
Filmora Go shows a lot of promise for a video editing app on a mobile device. Read on to find out if it’s the right one for your needs.
Updated Nero Video offers you the basics of editing your videos with a handful of interesting features, wrapped in an aged interface.
OK, it’s better than the last time we checked VSDC out - but the competition is still quite a ways ahead of it.
Movie Edit Pro contains a lot of features, capable of catering to the novice editor, with the more advanced options satisfying more adept ones.
The software looks good at first glance, and offers some great ideas when it comes to video editing, but the bigger picture shows an app that is lacking in many areas.
This software offers you many tools to build your edit, and the latest additions to your arsenal will help you create more complex effects with ease.