Video editing is a long journey, and there is no shortcut to success. It is with experience that you learn the finest nuances of this art and improve your work. At first, the journey of video editing can seem overwhelming. With hundreds of tools and thousands of features, it becomes difficult for novice editor to move around editing.

In such a situation, it is important to choose the right editing tool. Ideal video editing tool is intuitive and has a smooth learning curve. In this way, beginners can create impressive video content. When editing a video to his liking, it encourages him to explore the tool and work on his editing skills. Here are some of the best video editing tools for beginners.

OpenShot

OpenShot is a simple tool that has all the features for basic editing. You can use this tool for trimming, snapping, scaling, resizing, rotating, and more. The drag and drop feature ofOpenShot  makes it easier for beginners to navigate the tool. Here you will find  advanced features such as time mapping, audio editing, real-time preview, image step and much more.

Video effects such as hue settings, gamma, brightness settings, and green screen help beginners master editing. OpenShot  has keyframe animation capabilities and the ability to customize title cards. With unlimited layers to add background videos,  audio tracks,  and watermarks, beginners have a lot to learn.

Movavi

Movavi has intuitive drag-and-drop controls and is designed for beginners. It comes with built-in backgrounds,  intros,music, etc. You will also have the provision of audio editing and background noise removal of the content.

With Movavi,you can cut and sped videos and learn how to sync audio with images. Keyframe animations, stickers, and overlay videos allow you to create engaging content with minimal effort.

VSDC Editor

If you want to work on 4K and HD footage from the first days of your video creation, the VSDC editor is the best choice. The tool has automatic stabilization features and allows you to work on videos of different lengths and complexities.  It has mix templates, Instagram filters, and YouTube download tabs for just editing for social media lovers.

VSDC Editor also comes with a host of masking features to blur, hide, and highlight video elements. It has 3D models that allow you to give a complete transformation to your video content.

InVideo

Beginners who want to create video content in a short time can turn to InVideo. The tool has several templates, and you can edit them to your liking. Text overlays and graphics give you unparalleled control over editing. This allows you to create content in more than 70 languages.

Novice video editors often lack B-roll clips and wide-angle footage. It has a diverse video library that gives you plenty of images, stickers, and audio clips to choose from. It also comes with dedicated 24/7 chat support that will give beginners the boost they need in their video editing journey.

Luminous works

As a beginner, if your video creation needs to be YouTube-centric, you should consider Lightworks. Although the interface is simple, several  tutorial videos will teach you the finer nuances of the tool. It supports multiple video formats and you can export your content to HD or SD.

Lightworks has high-speed optimization and trimming capabilities. With  Multicamediting, you can create professional quality videos with minimal effort. Lightworks  is integrated with Facebook,  Vimeo,YouTube and Instagram, enabling seamless video downloads.

Lightworks also supports collaborations and gives each user complete control over the editing project. With real-time project sharing,  Lightworks  is the preferred choice for companies looking to explore video editing.

Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere  Pro is one of the most versatile editing tools and allows you to import sequences from any file format. While the user-friendly interface attracts beginners, the advanced features attract professionals. We recommend Adobe  Premiere  Pro to beginners who are serious about video editing and want to improve their editing skills.

With Adobe Premiere  Pro, you can manage animations, clipping, filters, and special effects. This tool gives you greater control over sound effects, and you can opt for audio fusion and other sound modifications. The tool has automatic white balance settings that make it easy for you to adjust color consistency.

Movie Maker 10

The Movie  Maker 10 is the perfect video editor for Windows users looking to create short videos. It has several features for joining, trimming, and rotating video.  There are emoticons, always POP, pan-tilt-zoom and other image filters that help you create stellar content. If you are looking for a quick solution to create slideshow videos, the  Movie  Maker 10 is an ideal fit. A major feature of the  Movie  Maker 10 is its audio addition and editing capabilities. With the audio and text features, you can give your videos a proper context and enhance the viewing experience.

Lumen5

Lumen5 is another cloud-based editing tool that leverages AI to create fast videos.  One of the main features of the tool is to create videos from textual content. All you have to do is paste the text into the platform and Lumen5 automatically makes it a video. You can then customize the prepared video to complement your branding.

Lumen5 is one of the favorite tools for those who watch branded content. Here you can change the watermark, logo, experiment with fonts and add royalty-free sound. Lumen5 has several optimization tools that you can use to improve the conversion rates and performance of your video.

Blender

For those who love open-source editors, Blender offers exclusive 3D animations.   Chromatic vectorscope and other characteristics. With Blender, you need to get a live preview and histogram displays. These give you better control over video editing.

With 32 locations to add clips, images, audio, scenes, and markers, you can create high-quality content. Blender offers adjustment layers, transitions, and keyframe filters that will help you bring your videos to life. For background audio editing, Blender allows visualization of the waveform. There are cleaning, syncing, adding voiceovers, noise cancellation, and several other advanced editing features.

When choosing an editing tool, make sure that it is compatible with the operating system. Consider the hardware specifications of your editing device when choosing a video editor. Also make sure that the user interface is comfortable for you and that the tool fits into your budget. Whenever possible, try to use the free trial of your favorite tool before making the final choice.

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