iMovie is an impressive free application which has a good number of features, is polished, easy to use, and can even help you create quick trailers in minutes with no editing experience.
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This is a nice-looking multi-platform video editor which can get you up and running in little time, but may only satisfy the most novice of editors.
OpenShot can work with many media files and offers a good range of titles, transitions and effects… as long as you don’t mind wrestling with a frustrating interface.
Adobe has been busy adding extra features to its professional video editing software over the last year.
Apple’s pro video editing suite has just received a major update – so are the new features worth getting excited about?
Adobe’s basic video editor is now up to version 15, and it adds plenty of new features – but are they any good?
Better colour correction, GPU acceleration and more comes with the latest version of After Effects.
Adobe's beginners' video editing solution reaches a dozen editions – but does it manage to bring anything new to the table?
It's great to see Adobe still working hard to make its editing app more compelling year after year, so we thought we would see how good the latest version is.