Does video-editing sound like rocket science to you? We should tell you that it’s not as hard as you think it is, thanks to a number of user-friendly and easy to access mobile apps. Even if you are an amateur, you can be an ace at video editing provided you have the right apps.
So if you have someone brag about how they can make vivid and fancy videos that you usually find on Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and Facebook in a jiffy, they may not be exaggerating too much. But then, you can do edit videos with ease too! Here, we have listed down 7 video-editing apps that you should install on your smartphone. Check them out:
KineMaster is one of the finest Android video-editing apps that are available for video editing. One could simply edit multiple layers of videos, texts and images along with different audio tracks with this app. However, it is worth noticing that it leaves watermarks to your videos unless you subscribe to it.
Adobe Premiere Rush
This app is known for the advanced PC software that it uses professionally for editing and designing. Adobe has introduced Premiere Rush for newbies and amateurs to use so that they can make great videos with ease. It is a cross-platform video-editing app and thus both Android and iOS users can enjoy this app.
As the name suggests, Quil helps you create your desired video in a jiffy. Free from redundant and annoying advertisements, the app lets you share your created video on social media or save it to your camera roll.
Familiar to Final Cut Pro interface, this iOS application provides all possible features you are looking for to edit videos. The features include insert/overwriting, colour correction, keyframing, audio mixing, lossless export and more.
It is worth noticing that the video-editing app doesn’t provide the option of syncing between devices. Thus, you can’t switch to a new device and continue editing your video.
FilmoraGo is a user-friendly editing tool for your videos. It is a simple application to edit your videos online without imposing its watermark. The video-editing app provides a range of filters and effects giving a professional touch to your creation.
Adobe Premiere Clip
Adobe Premiere Clip is a lightweight app for simple stitching of multiple photos and videos, adding text, transitions, music filters, effects and more. Another good thing is that the app is free of cost, so you don’t have to buy the subscription of Adobe CC.
Videos can be easily and instantly created automatically as well as manually. You can then export them to your Creative Cloud anytime.
What makes this video-editing app stand apart from the rest is its ability to perform live dubbing. Like others, it also provides a user-friendly interface that will enable you to ramp up your monotonous videos with special sound and video effects.
Video editing can be fun, depending upon how you do it. These apps not just make your editing work a cakewalk, but also help in saving time. So the next time if you want to give a shot to video editing, try these apps and share your reviews with us.
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