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What is the best Free & Pay Video editing programs for Win10?

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#1 yorocco7


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Posted 10 February 2016 - 05:40 PM

I just started using Win10 & I love it so far. I was using Win7 before the change. I noticed after some research that Win10 doesn't have a built in Video Editor like "MovieMaker" that was on XP & Win7. I'm I correct about this? Why would they not include a simple program like that in a good OS like Win10? Anyway here are my questions.

-What are the best free video editing software options I can get for Win10?

-What are the best pay/hopefully affordable video editing software options I can get for Win10?


I edit a lot of iPhone captured video as well as other HD video files. I'm looking for something that can make good quality website videos & YouTube channel videos among other things. MovieMaker wasn't great but at least it was easy to use and made quick B'day videos etc. My go to now is Corel Video Studio Pro but it seems kind of slow & out of date. I was hoping to fine some more feature rich & professional style options.  I've heard Adobe Premier is very good but crazy expensive so that option is out. I appreciate any help you can provide.


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#2 violetrose


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 03:00 AM

Wondershare Filmora is a very affordable and easy to use video editor. I've been using it for some time on my laptop with Windows 7 and have had no problems. It has some excellent features and might be worth considering for Windows 10. Link here for information: 




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#3 Agouti


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Posted 12 February 2016 - 07:25 PM

CyberLink PowerDirector 14 (64-bit) 

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My videos : https://youtu.be/0ggL-MrPKig

Good luck

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#4 lindawill95


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Posted 19 February 2016 - 07:26 AM

Hey, have you tried Kate's Video Toolkit? It's not the most sophisticated video editor, but it has some features which can be useful. If you have to do pretty basic stuff like trimming videos or connecting two videos with a transition.

You can also try Avidemux if you want to add some effects. It is pretty good with adjusting brightness, removing noise and things like that.

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