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Are there any editing video apps that are free?

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Brian’s Answer

DaVinci Resolve is a powerful software that a one stop shop. They have a free version available.
You can find a many tutorials on YouTube to guide you. Hope this helps.

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Prajwal’s Answer

Runway ,its ai tool
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david’s Answer

I am not very experienced at video editing, but this is a nice free one:
https://www.openshot.org/ Have fun!!! :)
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T.J.’s Answer

Hello Isaiah!

Out of all of the free software available...
If you want a free program that's on the level as Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition:

Get DaVinci Resolve.

High quality. Great service. Arguably better than Adobe because of it's features and it's free!

Check out these videos to see why people like it:
- I'm GIVING UP... Premiere Pro for DaVinci Resolve |
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zChapSqFI8s
- Why I've FULLY switched to Davinci Resolve (and why you should too) |
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhONgaaLjHk
- Davinci Resolve | First 6 Months after Switching |
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho3wbzPB1sg

Try it out and see if you like it! :)
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Puneet’s Answer

inshot is very handy mobile software
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Ahmad’s Answer

Of course I believe Canva is the best tool for free video editing.
It's easy to use, fun to use, and makes great quality work.
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Amsal’s Answer

Openshot video editor is one, hope you enjoy editing videos!
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Paulo’s Answer

I use Clipchamp with great results. It can be found in Microsoft Store if you use Windows 11.
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Billy’s Answer

Like many suggest, DaVinci Resolve is wonderful. Learn that and you can use that to do professional grade work as well.

apple movie maker is an easy, quick and easy to learn editing software that is free on Mac.

PowerDirector is available on android for free with watermark if you really need that on your phone.
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