What We Dislike The large setup file may take some time to download.
System requirements are stringent.
Many functions are only available as add-ons.
HitFilm includes a plethora of features that any YouTuber would appreciate. Some of the more complex features, like as chroma key and picture-in-picture, will cost you money, but they are reasonable. Plus, even if you never buy an add-on, there's a lot to admire about this free YouTube video editor.
Some of HitFilms' biggest features include the ability to auto-save every minute, hundreds of keyboard shortcuts, coloured labels (for 3D effects, text, models, composite shots, photos, and more), and the ability to crop and animate a film to select which section is seen. You can also choose your maximum undo level, access many preset template choices, including 1080p Full HD, mix and balance audio, utilise a handy select tool to collect anything before or after the playhead, and add an infinite number of video and audio tracks. This free YouTube video editor was created for Windows 10 64-bit and macOS 11, 10.15, and 10.14.
This free video editing website won't produce HD videos, but it does export to MP4 and accepts audio, video, and pictures. It also lets you create voiceovers just by entering text, change the speed of any video clip, resize or crop videos to fit the screen, rotate and flip videos, pick from around a dozen filters, fade in and out any video/audio file, and use transitions between files.
You can add content to your video by uploading the files to the Clipchamp website from your phone or computer, by importing them from cloud storage services (e.g., Google Photos, Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, or OneDrive), or by recording your screen or webcam. Drag them onto the timeline to arrange the files and clip out what you don't need.
Because this editor is online only, it works with all operating systems. You can sign in with your email address or your Google, Microsoft, Facebook, or Dropbox account.Visit Clipchamp
Auto-save and background processing.What We Don't Like
Can't export to UHD 4K.
Lacks collaboration features found in Pro version.
Lightworks is an award-winning video editor that's completely free. One major limitation is that you don't get support for all the export formats that you'd find in Lightworks Pro.
This free video editor is perfect for YouTubers for many reasons: add your voice directly to the timeline, import videos in batches, build macros for quicker editing, preview fonts in real time, export videos up to 720p, and publish directly to your YouTube account.
Some of this program's other features include drag-and-drop support, "fit to fill," full-screen mode, customizable layouts, precise trimming via the keyboard, multicam clip switching, auto-sync on import, transitions and filters, batch export, and playback comparison of two sources.
YouTube editors will also like these features: export to 720p, add your own voice directly from your phone, overlay another video for a picture-in-picture effect, send the video directly to YouTube when finished, instantly apply a theme to the whole video, use your own music, the presets, or the free downloadables, include clip transitions (bounce, distort, roll, push, etc.), import files from Facebook/Instagram or Google, crop clips 16:9 or blur/cut the edges, overlay objects like leaves and hearts, add titles with fun styles, adjust the speed of a clip,rotate videos, and adjust brightness, temperature, vignette, contrast, and more.
FilmoraGo runs on Android and iOS. There's a desktop version of Filmora, too, for Windows and macOS, but it leaves a large watermark across the middle of the video unless you pay to have it removed.