With many new creators emerging, it’s time we showcase some convenience!
When it comes to video editing, many prefer to use computers. It’s a better and preferable medium to work on. But there are oftentimes that such convenience is not available or you cannot afford it. At times like this, people lean on a medium that’s always on them (ya, even in washrooms) – smartphones
There are many apps for you folks to choose from; both on iOS and Android. Some of these you might already know; so here are the top 5 Video Editing Apps.
Top 5 Video Editing Mobile Apps
When it comes to a most preferable and easier way to enter the video editing world, many (and even me) would suggest you start with Filmora. It’s easy, optimal and you can create some amazing content using it (both PC and mobile versions)
FilmoraGo is a remarkable Android video editor app that is liked by many users. All the primary functions like trimming, cutting, adding themes, music, etc. can be easily performed. You can also make square 1:1 videos for Instagram, 16:9 videos for Youtube, create reverse videos, add transitions, slow motion, text, etc. to beautify your video.
FilmoraGo has some in-app purchases, but most of the amazing features are free. You can either save the videos in your gallery directly or share them straight to any social networking site. It displays their logo at the end of the video, but you can remove it with the upgrade.
#2 Adobe Premiere Clip
When it comes to anything related to Adobe, you know your money ain’t a waste. Adobe has always been a prominent part of the video editing industry. So why avoid a portable version of one of the best Video Editing software currently available?!
Adobe Premiere Clip enables you to edit any video right from your Android device quickly. It is fast and fun to use. The best feature of Clip is the automatic video creation capability, that is; the app can automatically create videos for you with any photos or clips that you choose. Moreover, you can also create your videos with its multiple video editing functions like cutting, trimming, adding transitions, music, filters, effects, etc.
It is free to download and does not display any ads. It also has direct video sharing capabilities for sharing videos on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. What’s more, if you use the desktop version then you can easily share your projects for further intense editing.
#3 PowerDirector Video Editor App
PowerDirector is a fully-featured android video editor that has an easy-to-use timeline interface, but it might take you some time to get used to the controls. However, once you become an expert with this app, you can create professional and effect-rich videos within seconds. It has over 30 different effects and transition effects to choose from and add to your video. That’s a heck lot of effects!
Using this app, you can create awesome green screen videos. PowerDirector also comes with tutorial videos for all of its functions. Most of its features are available in the free version, but upgrading to the full version allows you to remove watermarks, and ads, and even extract videos in 1080 and 4K resolutions. This one is a heck of an editing app.
Let’s admit, you saw this coming. KineMaster is supposedly the most used video editing app on the list. The reason it is ranked last is just that others need a spotlight. Just kidding (this list is based on many video editors’ preferences)
KineMaster is a convenient video editing tool combined with a well-designed interface along with powerful features. It enables the drag and drops technique to import different media files easily. KineMaster offers remarkable levels of control over the editing process to create professional videos quickly. You can add different types of transitions in between video fragments, or insert blocks of texts or subtitles.
The down point is that the removal of the watermark and full access to premium assets can only be accessed if you purchase the professional edition of the app. Besides this, most of the functions come in the free version.
Also one of the most used, the VivaVideo is easily recognized with so many videos having that annoying watermark in the bottom right corner.
VivaVideo has a lot of impressive video editing features. The app is thoughtfully designed to help you create professional-looking videos directly from your Android. You can choose from hundreds of user-friendly effects that range from stickers and filters to animated clips and subtitles. It has an inbuilt slow-motion video maker and slideshow maker. The essential functions of cutting and pasting videos, trimming, merging clips, etc. can be easily operated.
VivaVideo has over 200 million users worldwide (that’s one heck of users; I’m sure many of us use this app) and is also one of the best video editing apps for Android. You can also directly share your work on different social networking sites.
Well, that’s all the post there is! One thing I have to quote is that for video editing it is highly recommended that one uses a PC. The many apps which one uses can only bring you to a certain amount of quality!
So what’s your most preferable app from above? If I missed anything, please let me know in the comments section below!