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    Qwezysse
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    What video editing app do you use? Need a program easy to understand. I will be grateful)


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    Roscoe
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    Re: Video editor

    I use wondershare video editor, it is pretty easy to use. If you need even simpler video editor then you may use Bigasoft Total Video Converter.



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    Creamenson
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    Re: Video editor

    I came across a site with recommendations for video editing programs. There are both paid and free options. I've been using one of them for a long time. This is my personal recommendation, but you can also look at other programs https://www.movavi.com/learning-port...beginners.html . Good luck



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    Shownne
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    Re: Video editor

    There are lot of editing app but I found 8 best editing apps here the list of those apps

    Adobe Premiere Rush (cross-platform) The best video editing app overall. ...
    Quik (cross-platform) The best video editing app for GoPro users. ...
    LumaFusion (iOS) ...
    KineMaster (Android, iOS) ...
    iMovie (Apple devices) ...
    FilmoraGo (Android, iOS) ...
    Apple Clips (iOS) ...
    Filmmaker Pro (iOS)



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    Greis7
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    Re: Video editor

    Try https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemake_Video_Converter . This is a free program that allows you to easily convert media files from one format to another. Works quickly, has a simple and affordable interface, constantly updated. With the Freemake Video Converter, you can convert video for your site, your profile in YouTube, a mobile device, video server.



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