Any Suggestions for Best Video Editing Tool?

David Casson
19 replies


Imtiyaz -
If I understood your question well, you need InVideo, it's pretty good. You can give it a try.
Rich Watson
I use DaVinci Resolve, or if I'm just slicing and shortening down a video then I use this simple app I found called OpenShot
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Eric Amorin
You can try premiere pro or Filmora
Gurpinder Singh
Premier Pro, Wondershare Filmora are pros
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Alex Robinson
There are a lot of great video editing tools out there, and it really depends on your specific needs as to which one is best for you. However, some popular options include Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and Avid Media Composer. We're building an automatic video editor which might work for you,
Dillan Morris
I have one, which call Wave video. If you are interested, you can read more detailed information here and get acquainted in more detail. I started using this online service not so long ago, but I have already become convinced of its strengths and advantages. It's especially cool that I can create thumbnails and intros for my videos, which definitely improves the quality of the content. So I recommend everyone to try it.
I will recommend you the Amoyshare. AmoyShare offers a series of tools to edit videos, record videos, and convert videos. Get the best video editor, screen recorder, and video converter right here.
Abdul Wasay Waqas
Wondershare Filmora as well as Canva
Shweta Pradhan
There are many video editing tools available, but it depends on your needs. I will recommend, You can give it a try definitely
Fidel Avendano
If you're in search of a project management tool, I've had great experiences using Asana, but Trello is also a popular and easy-to-use option among the ProductHunt community.
Pranab Buragohain
If you're talking about Professional, full-suite video editing, look no further than the Free version of DaVinci Resolve. Many a Hollywood movies have been edited using that. Enough said. But for simple cut, trim, paste edits, even iMovie works.
you can try GhostCut in product hunt
Hey there. I just joined this forum and wanted to chime in with my recs. Actually, there are many options: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and DaVinci Resolve are popular among the pros, but if you're looking for a more beginner-friendly tool, you might want to check out Shotcut, iMovie, or Filmora. I also recently stumbled across a helpful article about video editor interview questions while browsing the web. Just thought it could be useful for you guys here. Here's the link: . Hope this helps.