Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Brilliant Digital Services, Jul 5, 2019.
Cheap and best video production tool
Filmora, Lightworks, Openshot, ShotCut, PowerDircetor and iMovie are good. Vegas Pro/Adobe Premiere are great but on the expensive side.
Does Filmora process videos in the cloud?
Filmora is an offline standalone software that uses the hardware power of your computer.
It all actually depends on the type and quality of the video you are using.
You can try camtasia. Very easy to use and is affordable. Yeah you may need to learn how to use camtasia however you can learn on Youtube
Unity + ShotCut
Shotcut and Hitfilm both offer amazing free accounts. Shotcut is a lot more user-friendly but if you have the patience and the time then Hitfilm is def a better choice.
Personally, i believe Filmora is the best all-around video editing and production software out there. Not because it has the best features but it´s by far the most user-friendly software.
You can find dozens and dozens of tutorials on YouTube as well as both free and paid templates online.
And, if you search for it, you can even find a cracked version of Filmora on YouTube.
I personally use Camtasia 2019, but I've used a ton of other video editing software and have only ever liked Camtasia and Windows Movie Maker, lol. Camtasia is a 1-time buy. It's a bit expensive ($249) to purchase but I love it. Windows Movie Maker is also formidable and can do 90% of what I want, and it's free.
Openshot is free and amazing!!
Blender is free and a little bit harder to learn but you can do video production with it too.
Proshow producer . You can torrent it.
The free version of DaVinci Resolve is incredibly powerful; definitely worth checking out.
i like camtasio too but never got the time to use it properly
ShotCut, PowerDirector and Adobe Premier are my favorite. A lots of my friends are also using these.
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