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Top 10 Best Apps for Video Editing
FxGuru App for Video Editing
This app includes over 100 visual effects which you can apply to your videos, with additional ones available for purchase. You can choose to save the video as a GIF and directly share it on social media. FxGuru is one of those apps that’s great fun to use, but unless you’re planning on sharing clips with your friends or posting them online, there’s not much use for it.
iMovie App for Video Editing
This is another one of those apps that was designed with mobile users in mind, but doesn’t offer much that you won’t find in other apps. It has some pretty cool features like chroma key, which allows you to overlay an actor’s face on any background using your phone’s camera. But unless you’re planning to use this for movies or fan edits, there are better video editing apps out there.
Magisto Video Editor App for Video Editing
This is another extremely popular video-making app that lets you take videos and photos from your phone or tablet, add effects and music before sharing them online with friends and family. You can also create professional-looking videos by choosing between three different styles of video output (Classic, Minimal, and Moody) and by selecting from a whole host of musical styles.
VideoShow – Video Editor App for Video Editing
VideoShow is one of the more robust video editing apps out there, with plenty of features to play around with that you won’t find elsewhere. One feature I particularly like is the ability to create interactive videos which enables viewers to swipe between multiple scenes during playback. There’s also a nifty ‘One Movie’ mode that lets you piece together photos, videos and music from different sources into a single movie – which you can then upload straight to YouTube or export as an MP4 file. Overall a terrific app for those looking for something beyond the basics!
OpenShot – Free Videos App for Video Editing
Based on the award-winning open source video editor, OpenShot was designed to be simple enough for anyone to use while being robust enough for pro editors. The interface is clean and easy to navigate, with a few useful features like split screen mode, comprehensive keyframes and custom white balance. It can also save your clips as animated GIFs which will play in the app itself.
Videoshop Video Editor App for Video Editing
This is one of the most popular video editing apps around – it’s easy to see why after using it! As well as giving you access to features like chroma key (which lets you overlay videos onto any background), 2d/3d titles, slow motion etc., you can also snap photos while you’re recording your video and add effects later. This is what makes Videoshop stand out from the crowd.
Adobe Premiere Clip App for Video Editing
If you’re already using Adobe’s creative suite, then this is definitely one to try – it features pretty much all of the same tools as its big brother, but in a more mobile form factor. Importing clips is straightforward, with options for resizing or cropping them available too. It also supports 4K video files if that’s something that matters to you. One downside however would be that it currently does not support editing videos longer than 3 minutes in length!
PowerDirector Video Editor App for Video Editing
This app offers just about everything you could want from a video editor, with advanced features like multi-track timeline editing (for cutting, splitting or merging clips), chroma key (for creating green screen effects) and slow motion. There are also several output options including YouTube publishing, DVD/Blu-Ray disks and mobile device resolutions to make amends for its lack of 4K support.
CyberLink PowerDirector App for Video Editing
You can definitely see some serious similarities between this video editing app by PowerDirector Inc., and the PowerDirector app that precedes it on this list! However, where they differ is in price – you have to pay for this one – rather than download it for free. If money’s not an issue then give it a whirl, but if it is, try the previous app on this list before you buy!
Magisto – Best Video Editor App for Video Editing
Magisto is one of the most popular video-editing apps out there. The signature feature that makes it stand out from the crowd is its magical movie-making capabilities – just select some photos and/or videos, add music and wait for it to magically transform them into a polished masterpiece you’ll be proud to share with your family and friends.
There are also plenty of effects on offer too if you fancy adding some spice to your movies, all in real-time. If this sounds great but you’re wondering why I didn’t put it at Number 1 then read my article where I discuss exactly that – click here to read it now.
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KineMaster : Video Editor App for Video Editing
KineMaster is by far the most powerful video editing tool available on mobile. It can handle almost any task you throw at it, whether it’s trimming, adding subtitles to a video, or splitting clips. The only downside though is that power comes at a price, and you will have to pay for this one!
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