VSDC Video Editor Pro
VSDC Video Editor Pro non-linear video editing suite for creating a movie of any complexity – from a family card, a drone or action camera clip in the UHD quality to a business presentation with a wide array of charts and diagrams.
- Import from any devices and cams, including GoPro and drones. All formats supported. Сurrently it is the only free video editor that allows users to export in a new H265/HEVC codec, something essential for those working with 4K and HD
- Everything for hassle-free basic editing: cut, crop and merge files, add titles and favorite music, outline text
- Visual effects, advanced color correction, LUTs and trendy Instagram-like filters
- All multimedia processing done from one app: video editing capabilities reinforced by a video converter, a screen capture, an audio recorder, a video capture, a disc burner and a YouTube uploader
- Non-linear editing: edit several files with simultaneously
- Easy export to social networks: special profiles for YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Twitter and Instagram
- 3D and 360 video editor: convenient editing of panoramic and VR footage
- High quality export – no conversion quality loss, double export speed even of HD files due to hardware acceleration
- Stabilization tool: turn your shaky or jittery footage into a more stable video automatically
Voice over: record your speech in sync with your video.
- Essential toolset for professional video editing: blending modes, Mask tool, advanced multiple-color Chroma Key, free transform tool, Audio Spectrum and noise remover
I first started fan editing on Shotcut, but when someone recommended Resolve to me, I gave it a try, and since then, I've never looked back. I will let you know ahead of time that it can be a little daunting at first, but there are plenty of videos on YouTube that come with some great explanations. Plus, the Help section on Resolve contains both a manual, and a link to some training videos to help get you started! So, all in all, yes, I recommend trying out Resolve if you haven't!I've mostly used Shotcut myself, which is good but a little prone to crashing (which has taught me to save obsessively, haha). But I've heard a lot of good things about Da Vinci Resolve, curious if anybody has any thoughts on that one.