Have you ever spent hours editing your video with a free program, only to export it and have the video turn out like this or this? Today we’re going to fix that.
Now, there’s hundreds of programs you can choose from, so I wanna make sure that I choose the best software, so every single one must meet the following criteria.
Each program must be available for both Windows and Mac.
There must be absolutely no watermarks.
And the program must have all basic functionality available, so you should be able to add a bunch of video clips, trim them, add effects to them, as well as edit the music and text and be able to export it as a full video.
And so with that being said, let’s get started.
DaVinci Resolve 16
Now these programs aren’t being mentioned in any particular, but the first one we’re going to be talking about is DaVinci Resolve 16. And DaVinci Resolve is one of my favorite editors.
It’s available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and has all of the functionality that you can ask for. You can not only combine clips, edit your video and audio, add transitions and effects, but you can also do some key frame editing as well as color grading.
DaVinci Resolve also has more robust features, such as a frame rate editor, as well as facial recognition, so you can literally make anything you want within this software.
You can also easily export videos in a perfect format for YouTube, and there’s no limitations on the length of the video. I’m actually pretty surprised that all of this is available for free within DaVinci Resolve.