Video editing can be expensive and time consuming. Fortunately, these mobile apps can automatically splice photos together to create video clips.
Video processing is a work meant for the experts, but with Videoproc you can easily and quickly edit and process your videos into something watchable.
Editing video is something that almost everyone has to do from time to time. Tuneskit Video Cutter allows you to easily cut video without quality loss.
In Android you can easily add slow motion effects to your videos to make it more fun. Here are some of the best Android slow motion apps you should try.
Mac and Windows users have plenty of options for podcast production. For Linux users here are some awesome tools for producing high-quality podcasts on Linux.
OpenShot is a fairly famous simple video editor for Linux. The new version is in public beta. Here’s how to get it installed and working.
If you are looking to create fun videos on your desktop, Movavi Video Suite has everything you need to create your own home movie master. Check out its review and participate in the giveaway.
Are you looking for an affordable and feature-rich video editor to edit your own movie? Check out Wondershare Video Editor and we have a giveaway for it.
Lightworks is a professional video editing and re-mastering software used in many award winning movies. It used to be available for Windows, but now is available for Linux too. Check out the review of the Linux version here.
What if you left your laptop at home and there is an urgent need to edit a video that you saved in Google Drive? Thankfully you can make use of WeVideo to edit the video directly in Google Drive.
In part 1 of this series, I provided a list of open source alternatives useful for home office use, such as office suites and finance managers. As for part 2, what follows is just a taste of the many Linux applications available for editing, viewing, and streaming multimedia.
Unless you are willing to shell out money to get the expensive software, here are some free video editor that can still make you a professional videographer.
When Final Cut Pro was released a couple of months ago, the software received mixed reviews. Some individuals felt that the software was good for what it did, a viewpoint occupied mostly by former iMovie users. However, other individuals felt that the new software did away with many essential tools found in the previous Final […]
Video editing in Linux is never an easy stuff. While there are several top-notch video editing software available for Linux users, most of them are not meant for the faint-hearted. With the release of OpenShot, the averagae users (like you and me) now have an easy to use video editor that they can fire up, […]