Screenflow’s latest update features a refined interface and new additions which are bound to make your screen capturing and editing jobs quicker and easier.
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So you’ve got a YouTube channel, now you need to manage your videos and monitor your performance. Is YouTube Studio up to the job?
VideoShow is a free multi-platform mobile video editing app. But does free really mean free?
Canva is known for offering a wide range of print services, but it also has a mostly-free video service that works on computers, phones and tablets.
We were impressed with version 16 of Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve. Have they dropped the ball with version 17, or is it another slam dunk?
How does the behemoth in the room stay on top of the game? By adding more useful new time saving and truly clever features that are sure to please most video editors.
The excellent ScreenFlow, a Mac-only video editing screen grabbing app, has received a major update. Come see if it’s worth you attention.
OpenShot can work with many media files, has an interesting interface, but is marred by poor execution.
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?