A Beginners Guide To Video Editing Software

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Any video editor, be it professional, amateur, or a rookie; needs a tool that they can use to create the best possible videos. But since there are so many such tools available in the market (both free and paid options) it becomes difficult to make the right choice. So we have decided to make a list of the most popular Video Editing software (pengeditan video, which is the term in Thai) that will provide you all the information you need to make an informed choice.

Premiere Pro

The Premiere Pro software made by Adobe is a tool that is available to most video editors around the world if not all.  With several features which include editing using Multi-camera and 3D technology, this software runs on Windows as well as Mac. A possible drawback is that it is not as easy to use as other options because of its interface. It also has something called creative cloud integration which is a must-have for anyone operating in this industry. It is extensively used by professionals as well as students to make more quirky and attractive videos.

Final Cut Pro X

This software tool is compatible with Apple users. It also has a feature called intelligent color balancing, something that will add a certain amount of quality to any kind of video irrespective of its duration and purpose. It is easy to use but a bit more expensive than other options available. Unfortunately, it is not available on Windows. Many professional editors swear by the reliability and efficiency of Final Cut Pro X which makes it one of the preferred Video Editing software.

Adobe Premiere Elements

This software is a good option for someone who is just starting off in this field. It is a basic version of Premiere Pro software and is user-friendly as well, especially for a rookie and it also has the cost-benefit compared to other options. It has features like motion tracking and face detection which can be quite handy while doing your work.

Adobe Premiere Rush

This software is available not only for platforms like Windows and Mac for desktops but also for iOS and Android for mobile devices. With features like motion graphics, it is really good for sound editing. You can also edit several video or audio tracks in one go which is surely a good thing to have.

Conclusion

A good editing tool can make all the difference between an okayish video and a great one. So make sure that you choose an option best suited for your needs and purposes while also satisfying the cost-benefit ratio.

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