Do you know that by using the right video editors, you can skip many hours of learning in video editing and get professional results? In today’s post, I will show you how to edit those videos without having to install a single program.
There are many video editors available, but those that can be used from a browser are especially interesting. Here I leave you four affordable video editors, easy to use and still with a lot of potential to work according to your needs. All of them have different strengths, so you will find the option that best fits you.
# 1. Wevideo
WeVideo is to video editing what Dropbox is to file management. Upload what you have recorded and stop worrying about hard drives or backup copies: you can access and manage everything from a browser. That is, you do not depend on a specific computer or the power it has because the final result is also exported to the cloud.
This free video editing software adapts to your experience and knowledge in video editing, even if you have never edited a video
before. You have a free option (basic plan) and subscription models starting at around $4.99 per month that offer additional options, such as exporting projects in high resolution.
As you can see, WeVideo is a very flexible option, with possibilities that are quite close to those of an offline and powerful video editor, ideal if you need to be able to collaborate in the editing of your video.
# 2. FlexClip Video Maker
FlexClip features a simple and functional video editor, with which you can cut and join different videos (and images) that you upload to your account. It also allows you to add texts, music, and logos with customized styles.
With a few clicks, you can cut a video, split it to get the desired parts, record your voice-over, and more. Once finished, you have options to download it in the resolution of 480p, 720p, and 1080p for free.
# 3. Animoto
Animoto is oriented to presentations that combine images and videos following pre-established themes. Although that apparently limits it to the creation of family videos, it can be useful and effective in specific cases. It is a suitable tool if you need to expose your products and services or introduce yourself without losing too much time (simply upload and choose the order of the material, the text titles that accompany it, and the music). In addition to the web, it is also available for Android and iPhone.
# 4. Magisto
Magisto reduces the involvement of the user in the form of the video to the minimum expression. Unlike Animoto, it is not even necessary to specify in what order the shots go. Choose the videos, the music, and the title and rest while your automated system analyzes your content and cut it out, structure it, and add effects according to your robotic intuition.
Its effectiveness depends on your objectives: maybe you want a quick visual summary of an event or activity that you have carried out without losing more than a minute. You can download enough material, and if you are not worried about letting go of the final result, Magisto can be useful. It is available via the web and Android and iPhone applications.
Have you ever used the editors mentioned above? Do you know other interesting video editors? Tell us your opinions in the comments.