What Are The 3 Crucial Things To Consider Before Choosing A Video Editor?

Today it is very easy for people to record videos due to the constant upgrades in smartphones and digital cameras, this therefore comes with a rapid increase in the demand of editing software and an even greater need for efficient ones to polish up these videos. There a numbers users can choose from on different market platforms.

In fact due to there being many of them, the problem becomes choice. Which one do you choose? On one hand there are the free or cheap options which might get the job done for others but don’t have some key features that others would be looking for in such software. On the other hand, there are the advanced options which most and usually all of what a user needs but usually come at a very expensive price and require at least a few days for someone experienced to get the hang of how to operate the software.

If you are one of those people still searching for their perfect one, there are a few things that you should look out for.

  1. Is it user friendly?

This is one of the most important things to consider before making a choice because the last thing you would want is to have to spend a lot of time learning how to use the software.

You can make this assessment by checking the software’s interface and controls. It is important to make sure that it is simple to locate the features or tools that you need while editing, and that you can apply them with ease.

2. Does it have the right mix of features?

Besides this you want this video editor to give you the right mix of features to make sure that you are not limited and forced to accept an output that is less than your expectation. You have to at least be able to let you compile footage, cut videos,trim your footage, improve the video quality, and more. Ideally it must also allow you to insert audio tracks, add subtitles, use special effects and more.

3. Compatibility with your PC

Usually the cost to get a proper video editing software increases because you end up needing a RAM upgrade or to get a PC with better features because most of the known editing software will not run smoothly or run at all on a regular 2 GB computer with an average graphics card. I have been using a core i8 for a while now and you’d expect the production process to be simple and fast but I have to wait for a bit of time while i’m uploading footage or waiting for the processing of the final video.

Instead of blindly picking a video editor when you’re not entirely certain about the features it contains or how easy it is to use, try Movavi Video Editor instead. It has a very intuitive design and is very user friendly as well, they also go through great lengths to provide an expansive set of features.

Movavi will provide you the features you need to both process footage and enhance it with various elements — all at the tips of your fingers. You will be able to insert text elements, remove unwanted parts, apply filters and special effects, include background music,join and cut video segments, enhance the quality of the video, and so much more. There Editor can do all this while operating on a 2 GB with an Intel HD 2000 graphics card.

With this Video Editor you will get much more out with way less effort. And this is good because regardless of whether you just want to make small edits to your video or you are compiling a professional-looking home movie or footage you can do it with ease and. The best part is that it will take you about 20 minutes to familiarize yourself with the editor’s features, and begin making amazing videos.

I also went through the process of trying out a number of them for my clients’ projects before I came to this conclusion. You can try out the free trial as well before hand or if you’re looking for a more complex version for 360 videos, 3D previewing and other very complex features you can also access them. If after all this you’d rather have someone else do it for you professionally you can just look for a freelancer online.

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