Best Video Editing Software for Windows (on every budget)

What’s the Best Video Editing Software for Windows? Here’s the BEST video editor options for every budget! ***** Recommended Software: http://primalvideo.com/gear

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** Best Free Video Editing Software for Windows **
– DaVinci Resolve: https://primalvideo.com/go/davinci-resolve/
– HitFilm Express: https://primalvideo.com/go/hitfilm-express/

** Best Video Editing Software for Windows: Under US$199 **
– Adobe Premiere Elements: http://primalvideo.com/go/adobe-premiere-elements/
– Pinnacle Studio: https://primalvideo.com/go/pinnacle-studio/
– Cyberlink PowerDirector: https://primalvideo.com/go/cyberlink-powerdirector

** Best Video Editing Software for Windows: US$200+ **
– Adobe Premiere Pro: http://primalvideo.com/go/premiere
– MAGIX Vegas Pro: http://primalvideo.com/go/vegaspro
– HitFilm Pro: https://primalvideo.com/go/hitfilm-pro/

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— Best Video Editing Software for Windows (on every budget!) —

There are a TON of options out there when it comes to Video Editing Software on Windows, and the number continues to grow with some awesome new players entering the market over the past few years.

For any Windows users deciding which is the best software for them, it can be pretty overwhelming to know where to start, whether you’re currently using the best software, and what the best upgrade options are.

We’ve tested a HEAP of options, from free to pro-level software, and in this video we’ll run through my recommendations for the BEST Video Editing Software for Windows across every price bracket. No matter what your budget; whether you’re just getting started with video and don’t know where to begin, are considering an upgrade from your current software, or have been editing for years and just want to know if you’re using the best option out there for you – this video is for you!

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Comments

Fancy Animal says:

Cyberlink audio encoding is absolute garbage and clips/distorts audio worse than free mp3 encoders. Additionally, high speed video production quality is terrible and I’ve tried every CODEC and parameter permutation possible….1080P will look 720P when produced for anything moving at more than a few miles per hour. I can’t comment on the others as I have no experience.

Jack Mania says:

9,12 is the best part!

Beast ZeRKieZ says:

Thanks for the absolute worst advice all softwares mentioned have huge water marks and ruins your entire video, worst YouTube false advertisement ever Bravo I even bet they paid you to advertise them as good Wont watch you again Bye!

Miyelita Life says:

What computer you use??

Kaushal Mandal says:

Davinici not working in windows showing open CL

Uncle Ryan's Toy Reviews says:

Thank you for this review. It is helpful.

GoneFishingStories says:

In Denmark Pr is about 40 USD! A MONTH!!! Getting ripped! and same price for Ae!! So for those 2 for a year is 864 USD a year! Thats insane!!!!

DIY Solar and Wind says:

Thanks for being awesome

Kepler2110 says:

Hi Justin I downloaded davinci resolve 14 but my laptop goes up to 1920×1080 resolution and the app does not fit my screen. I’ve read that it is most suitable for 1920×1200 resolutions. Does that mean I can’t use it on my laptop? Should I download a different editor which fits my screen? Any advice?

Roy C says:

Thanks for the explanation. I’m done using the free programs. I need more options with creative ideas. I narrowed the option down to 2

Jack Mania says:

9:12 is the best part 🙂

Black Shad0wWolf says:

I also needed it ASAP and I finally got it so thank you.

TOP 5 COLLECTIONS says:

fuck CyberLink PowerDirector 16 voice recoder

IvontayTv says:

Nice vid

Liv Moves says:

Don’t get cyberlink powerdirector is bad don’t get. I got cyberlink powerdirector 14 last year and it has given my so much trouble. Super slow and crashs alot.

donna jackson says:

Ive been using the free version of the Australian editor Videopad.. anyone know anything about it? As it wasnt mentioned on here. M getting ready to upgrade and thought I would just ask about Videopad pros and cons.

Jack Mania says:

9.12 is the best part

7 Cubed Films says:

Videopad should have been there

Avid Abstractions says:

Thank you for these great reviews! Really helpful!

RosesforRosa says:

I use Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 20, love it and it works well. I found your channel through “Nick Nimmin”and you give the best advice. I myself are also in Australia and I am a small channel which does gaming. I started three months ago and I love it so much. You might see you in your live streams from time to time. Also thanks to Nicks tips I now have a very nice presented channel and thumbnails, which there are also more room for improvements. Nick is good, but I would also like to get support from an Australian channel, as us Australians need to stick together. Tips and Advice are always good to get.

MrEquinox says:

My fav Is CyberLink Power Director Pro 16 Ultimate

Shine Insurance says:

Just have to say – subscribed to the highest level $8/month WeVideo after watching this video and it was really disappointing. The audio options are super limited and the cropping flexibility was super choppy across the board. Been trying to move from Camtasia and thought a web based option would be great but it seems like amateur hour over there. Guess I’ll try PowerDirector.

Priest Town says:

i have downloaded  Hit film Davinci resolve and Avs I FOUND was the best to use but  both have watermarks and wont allow you to actually UPLOAD OR SAVE YOUR VIDEO without paying so not free atall .. HIT FILM EXPRESS is practically unusable and sluggish and I gave up trying to create a video with that program did not find out weather it had water marks or export.  Is there any FREE softwear that is actually FREE.

The Poetic Gamer says:

Justin, Can You Tell Me How To Stop the Lag in Adobe Premium Pro?

Herman Du Preez says:

Great video !! very helpful indeed.. what is your opinion on TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 6 .. it seems to be left out on alot of reviews ? Also they make addons for adobe etc. Just wondering..i know you can’t cover all of them.

Joao Botelho Silva says:

Which software did you use to make your video?

sik Alien says:

What is the C logo program im looking for its name

Jeff Seidman says:

Avid is the best video editor.

jay productions says:

Thanks so much!!! Now I know which editing app for my computer windows

Black Shad0wWolf says:

Thank you so much for making this video because I have been looking for editing options like LightWorks and I have been a small YouTuber for a little while.

Gordon Robertson says:

I do DIY repair videos on a windows 7 desktop with Windows Movie Maker, as long as I don’t cut too much and use mp4 I get by. I’m getting into drone video which I can reduce to mp4 but with drone, everybody’s doing the 4k now for the majestic footage, well I can’t even do a short HD in my DIY videos, the best drone channels are using Final Cut Pro and Premier Pro on Mac which I don’t have and am a bit scared to invest in not knowing how long it will take me to learn. How much power do I need in a desktop with windows 7 to do what I want to do, what software should I look at, or should I really consider the Mac and Final Cut Pro for the fast rendering? Please respond. Thank you. Gordon.

Madjickmann says:

Filmora wondershare literally took over lightworks, If you try to download it brings you to a filmora wondershare download!

Anushka Jewalikar says:

Does Davinci Resolve Free have a watermark

Julietoncia Channel says:

Which publisher do you usually work with or have you used at least in this video?

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