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8 Of The Best Free Video Editing Programmes for Windows

For anyone with a recent PC, a bit of creativity, and a good quality camera, the days of making sloppy, cheap-looki...

8 Of The Best Free Video Editing Programmes for Windows

For anyone with a recent PC, a bit of creativity, and a good quality camera, the days of making sloppy, cheap-looking videos should be a memory. These days even a high-end smartphone can shoot video in full HD. Match that with a bit of patience, hard work, and some decent editing software, and you’ve got yourself a mini film studio that can produce the kind of videos one could only dream about a few years ago.

 

Luckily, there is plenty of free video editing software out there to suit your talents, technical ability, and — most importantly — budget. Here’s a list of 10 free video editors for Windows that will do the job and do it well.

 

Windows Movie Maker: Simple, easy to use, and equipped with basic features, WMM provides PC users with a free rival to Mac’s iMovie. It’s due for an update, but is still a solid choice for video editing and supports full HD.

 

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ezvid: Both a video editor and screen recorder, ezvid is not a professional-quality movie editor, but it is a convenient tool for home users who want to have a little fun making computer or Internet-based videos. Popular uses include capturing gameplay and making YouTube tutorials.

 

Lightworks: Available for Windows, Linux, and Apple OS X, Lightworks bills itself as the “professional editor for everyone.” And it is professional-- with 25 years in the game and some Hollywood blockbusters to its credit — but that’s not the free version, which only offers support up to 720p. If you don’t mind not having full HD and want to get serious about learning more complex video editing techniques, Lightworks may be for you.

 

WeVideo: On the opposite end of the spectrum from Lightworks, WeVideo makes no pretence of being a professional tool. Limited to online video uploads and live recording via webcam at up to 480p, WeVideo is good for making clips to share through social networks. With only 15 minutes of video per month and 5GB of storage, it’s basically a free way to edit and upload short web videos for fun.

 

Avidemux: A simple, mid-level program for editing and encoding, Avidemux is also available for Linux and Mac. It’s a good choice for those who prefer the advantages of open-source software.

 

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YouTube Editor: Did you know you can edit videos online in YouTube and even splice in material from the site’s cache of creative commons videos? It’s bare bones, but for what it is, YouTube Editor provides something convenient and cool with no downloading.

 

Pinnacle VideoSpin: Designed for the average user who wants to create video and photo presentations with added features like music and sound effects, Pinnacle VideoSpin is less an editor and more a form of presentation software with basic editing functions. It provides a highly usable interface and is fast and simple, but lacks advanced functions.

 

VSDC Free Video Editor: “Free, Functional and Friendly” is VSDC’s motto, providing full HD support, professional editing features, and a light installer (26 mb). Unfortunately, it comes with a bit of adware, which you should reject.

 

Have we missed any good free video editors for Windows? Let us know in the comments section!

 

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