If you're looking for a way to edit your videos without spending money on a video editor, you should take a look at these free video software. These video software packages often don't compete in features that the paid packages offer, but they offer you a way to learn video editing if you're just starting out. Some work across platforms, while others are specific to one operating system or another. A few included here are web apps that you simply use from your browser which will work on any platform.


1. Openshot Video Editor

Openshot Video Editor is a slick free editor with a host of amazing features. It's available for Windows, Mac, and Linux and allows you to use a variety of video formats. You can easily mix and edit your audio tracks as well with it. It allows 3-D titles, image overlays, watermarks, video transitions, and so much more. You can't beat the price either, because, of course, it's free.


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