A frustratingly confusing app whose only saving grace is that it’s free.
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GoPlay Video Editor may be more of a screen recording tool than an editing one but if you just want is to record your screen, it might be perfect for you.
Gilisoft Video Editor 10.3.0 might be for you if you're looking for an entirely new way to do things or just editing simple projects.
This is the behemoth of video editors, the one all others have to measure up to so it pays to know what makes it tick as it's the industry standard.
Movie Edit Pro contains a lot of features and is a strong contender if you're serious about editing and want to upgrade from your PC's bundled software.
This 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 too many areas.
This software offers you many tools to build your edit, from effects, titles, to multi-layered editing and it even includes screen grabbing functionality and DVD authoring.
Nero Video offers you the basics of editing your videos with a handful of interesting features which you might use to spruce up your projects.
There’s a fair amount of flexibility with this software, with clever takes on traditional tools, but parts of it feel antiquated, while others are glitchy.
DaVinci Resolve is a powerful video editing solution which comes with impressive features and a pretty unbeatable price.
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