21 Apps to edit videos on PC, Mac, Android and iPhone

Editing videos may seem like a more complex task, but with so many different software available today, it’s much easier to learn and make edits even without so much experience. Of course, it can be difficult to choose an app that suits your needs, especially if you consider the operating system or platform you use. To help you with this, we’ve separated no less from the top 21 apps to edit videos on PC, Mac, Android, and iPhone. Check out our suggestions below!


1. Movavi

To begin with, we can recommend Movavi, which is one of the best free editors you’ll find for the PC. It offers advanced tools so you can edit your videos in a professional way.

The good thing is Movavi is very simple to learn even for those who do not have any experience with video editing, so it is already a great software for beginners. Click here to start using it for free.

2. Wave.Video

In addition to having a good range of tools among the applications to edit videos, with Wave.video you can also create yours quickly. The platform brings a gigantic collection to create your material.

You have templates, transitions, stickers, and GIFs, and you can include text and music in your videos. In other words, Wave.video is one of the best alternatives among videos for social media

Find out everything about Wave.video by testing it on your own. Click on the link and get started now!

3. Camtasia

Although not as well known as some of the other software on our list, Camtasia is one of the best applications for editing videos on your PC. In addition to having all the features of editing videos, it is also capable of recording the screen of your computer.

This way, it is very easy to record some kind of tutorial or even gameplay of games on your computer and then edit them in the same program. Click here to check out Camtasia.

4. ApowerEdit

PowerEdit is another great option, even because it is very simple to use even for those who do not have so much experience in editing videos. It offers a variety of features that allow you to create videos with a very professional look.

What’s more interesting is that there are several ready-made effects and filters that you can put in your videos, something not always found in other editing software. You can check more about it in this link.

5. Magix Movie Edit Pro

Another very good alternative is the Magix Movie Edit Pro, which is quite complete compared to other software of this type. It is paid for, but it offers very professional features and must meet all your video editing needs.

There are over 900 types of filters, effects, and transitions, so you’ll have more options than you can imagine to customize your creations. Click here to check out more about the program.

6. Any Video Converter

Any Video Converter is an old acquaintance of those who already needed software to convert videos, record them in different media or transfer them to sites like YouTube and Vimeo.

In addition, the program also offers basic editing tools that account for simpler jobs. You can check out more about Any Video Converter at this link.

7. Video Watermark

Next in the list of applications to edit videos, we have Video Watermark, which does exactly what its name indicates and adds a watermark of your preference to your videos.

This is extremely helpful once you complete an important edition that will be published on a site like YouTube. This way, even if other people download your video, they will not be able to use it without your brand appearing on it. You can download it through this link.

8. Avidemux

Avidemux is very different from most of the video editors we’ve listed in this article, but will easily meet those with the most basic needs. It is free and has a very simple look, almost looking like very old software, but at least it is easy to use.

In addition, it has very interesting features and tools, but also comes with features and filters that any editor ends up needing at some point. It can be downloaded through this link.

9. Core VideoStudio

As the name already implies, Core VideoStudio belongs to the same line of software as the popular CorelDraw. With this, it is to be expected that it offers professional results and of great quality, something that the program fulfills with excellence.

In addition to common editing tools in the most basic version, you can get much more advanced features in the “Ultimate” version, including video speed editing options, support for more than one monitor, easier to produce projects with more layers, etc. Click here to buy it .

10. AVS Video Editor

AVS Video Editor is another very simple and easy-to-use option for video editing applications. It features relatively advanced editing tools and offers a wealth of effects, support for multiple languages, sharing on various social networks, and even Blu-Ray video compatibility.

Of course, all of this does not go away for free, but you can still try out the software for free for a limited period of time. Click here to purchase AVS Video Editor.

11. Sony Vegas Pro

While the Sony Vegas Movie Studio was made especially for those looking for something light, Sony Vegas Pro is recommended for those who want a truly complete but also very heavy experience.

The software is used by many professional publishers and offers all sorts of features you can imagine. In addition to editing tools, it features audio control, support for 4K video, a design of DVD layouts and more. Click here to download it.

12. Pinnacle Studio

Pinnacle Studio only has a paid version, but it’s worth it if you really want a reliable editor with good tools. The good thing is that it has a very simple interface to understand and to move, which is great for beginners in the field. In addition, it offers various filters, effects, transitions, and other useful features for you to use in your edits. You can download it at this link.

13. ivsEdits

If you want totally free software, ivsEdits is an excellent option. It is one of the best of this category available for Windows currently, so it’s worth checking out.

It has a simple interface but has many of the same tools as other editing software. It’s worth mentioning that he really is more focused on more home editions since he does not have professional features. Click here to download it.

14. VSDC Free Video Editor

Another great free editor is VSDC Free Video Editor, which brings an impressive number of filters, effects, and features to a software that does not charge anything for its use.

It also has an interesting interface and encourages your creativity when organizing your videos and different editions, which is great for beginners as well as veterans in the editing area. You can download it at this link.

15. Wondershare Video Converter

Despite its name, Video Converter Wondershare is not only a mere converter of videos but also because it brings a very wide selection of tools for editing.

The best is that it has support for hundreds of different formats and is one of the fastest programs on our list. You can check more about it in this link .


16. Lightworks

Lightworks is also a good alternative for those looking for quality results without having to spend a lot. In fact, the good news is that it has a paid version and a free version, both of which are very functional and easy to learn.

The good thing about the free version is that you can test all the most basic editing features before deciding whether you really need the advanced tools that the paid edition offers. The software can be downloaded at this link!

17. Adobe Premiere Pro

You may have heard of Adobe Premiere Pro, after all, it is still one of the most popular video editors among those looking for more professional software. Of course, this also means that it is very expensive, and it is necessary to pay a monthly or annual subscription to use it.

Still, it is a good choice if you need something more robust, even if it is slightly difficult to learn to use at first. You can get it through this link.

18. Shotcut

Shotcut can also be downloaded for free, but it looks more professional than other similar software. It has very interesting editing tools and has several different effects for you to have enough variety in your choices.

The only problem is that your interface can be a bit confusing at first glance, so do not be scared if it takes a few minutes to get used to it. You can download the program through this link.

19. HitFilm Express

HitFilm Express is a very interesting software that has become very popular among new video editors. It already has the advantage of being able to be downloaded for free and have good editing tools, including some advanced features that you can not easily find for free.

Still, it’s worth mentioning that HitFilm Express allows you to purchase additional tools depending only on the kind of things you need. This helps a lot when it comes to customizing its use with the software, which is not so common with other alternatives. You can download it at this link.

20. Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut is easily one of the most popular video editing applications among Mac users. It’s widely used among professionals, but can also be used by anyone who’s starting to learn about editing.

Of course, it’s not cheap at all, but it’s worthwhile software if you want to give the six videos a more professional look. Click here to check it out.

21. Screenflow

Screenflow is an exclusive video editor on the Mac and has several advanced features for its users. The good thing is that you can use it very well for home movies, personal projects or even for something more professional.

The good thing is that it allows the screen capture of Mac and even iOS, which is already a great advantage. You can learn more about Screenflow at this link.

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