by bhupendra lodhi
Suitable for even the most demanding users, Adobe Premiere Pro is an expansive, professional-level digital video editing program with excellent collaboration tools.
Final Cut Pro offers a wealth of video editing power in a relatively simple interface, making it worth the price for professionals and serious hobbyists alike.
Apple's entry-level desktop video editing application can turn your footage and photos into impressive productions.
PowerDirector is a fast, full-featured consumer-level video editing program. It offers macOS and Windows users all the latest technology support yet is surprisingly easy to use.
Corel VideoStudio is a feature-packed and intuitive consumer video editing program. New tools give you fun ways to edit faces, create GIFs, generate captions with speech-to-text, and more.
A massively powerful professional video production application, DaVinci Resolve includes all the cutting, keyframing, color grading, and audio tools pros want. It also offers a capable free version, but there's a learning curve.
Movavi packs a lot of video editing power into a clear, simple interface. You get PiP, chroma key, titling, basic keyframing, and even motion tracking. It’s not quite as feature-packed or fast as some of the competition, but it lets you easily produce attractive work.