With the coming of high quality video capturing smartphones and digital cameras, recording personalised or public videos has become pretty easy. Additionally with storage devices being so cheap, users get the access to record high size videos incessantly.
However, video recording is not the end,there’s a lot that takes place in a video through video editing which makes the video more lovable and caters it better to the audience. Extruding 2D titles and rotating them in three axis, joining trimming and splitting are few of the many features that are provided today by video editing softwares.
Apple Final Cut Pro X
- Much simpler and powerful than previous installations
- Good Stabilisation
- It is fast,magnetic and has multi am support.
- Has a much more flexible layout.
- No support for collaborative editing.
- Needs built-in support for Loudness monitoring
Corel VideoStudio Ultimate X9
- Easy, simple with a variety of video editing tools.
- You can add text using motion tracking.
- Provides top notch performance with 64 bit support.
- Provides some really cool features like video masking, freeze-frame, audio ducking.
- Continuous crashing of multi cam editor.
- Rendering can be made more respectable.
CyberLink PowerDirector 14 Ultimate
- Provides tools that are fun to work with and are really easy to understand and use.
- Provides a very improved experience when working with wmv.
- Provides an app for android and Windows phones.
- No 4K support.
- No multicam support.
Pinnacle Studio 19.5 Ultimate
- The multi camera editor helps cut shots between footages with multiple camera.
- Provides a large number of effects and transitions to edit your videos.
- It is certainly one of the best softwares for small projects.
- You are provided only six editing tracks.
- Encounters performance issues and interface crashes.
Magix Movie Edit Pro 2016 Premium
- Support for 4K.
- Support for Multicam.
- Value for money.
- Poor rendering speed.
- Number of stacked video streams needs to be reduced to 5 for smooth playing.