I talked earlier about some cloud storage services for videos. I usually do some adjustments, trimming, organizing, … to my videos before having them uploaded and shared. New technologies are making things easier in this field…
Please refer to: YouTube vs Dailymotion
This is the most powerful and affordable program. It’s suitable for novices and professionals. Their mobile apps are handy too. Cyberlink, recently, released a lighter version called “Action Director”. I tried it for a while, but I believe I still prefer Power Director – mainly because audio control things. This application was my choice for years. I’ll get back again after I finish my subscription with WeVideo.
In general, video editing applications require high-end computers for rendering.
Sony Vegas is powerful but expensive. I have not tested this one fully.
Corel Video Studio is powerful and affordable. Although my laptop is very powerful, I find this app heavy and slow. Additionally, there is no mobile app.
NCH Edit Video. I have not tested this one fully. But I’m always keeping an eye on there. It’s affordable and looks easier in comparing to other similar applications.
This is my choice for now. It’s a cloud video editor. With Google is shutting down their YouTube’s video editor, this is the only solution I’m aware of on Chromebooks. Relatively, it’s very suitable for ultrabooks or low-end laptops as rendering is being done in clouds. Have I mentioned collaboration!
In my case, I auto backup my mobile’s camera to OneDrive. So, in seconds, backed-up videos are imported to WeVideo where I do the editing. I export my rendered videos then to YouTube or Dailymotion (there are more options). The exporting is being done very quickly too. For me, this is easier and faster than doing the job on my computer. Of course, in case an offline back up is needed, I have to download the finished video(s).
WeVideo has affordable and expensive plans.
Do you use any of those apps and what is your preferred one for editing videos?