So you’re thinking of creating ADV moto videos and making it on YouTube, or just sharing your passion with the world? Good for you! However, if you’re new to video editing, the choices out there can be a little overwhelming. YouTube tutorials can help, but spending hours and hours trying to figure video editors out can be frustrating.
So here are some of the best video editors for beginners on the go – free (or cheap), basic, and simple to use!
iMovie & Movavi
For Mac users, this is a no-brainer: iMovie is probably one of the simplest and easiest video editors out there. If you own an Apple laptop, you’re all set – just start the iMovie and get going.
For Windows people, Movavi is a decent alterative to iMovie. Ever since Windows discontinued their Windows Movie Maker, basic video editing became a bit of a headache for me, but Movavi’s iMovie alternative is offering a pretty good solution. With Movavi, you can easily cut, split, and trim your videos, add music, photos, filters, subtitles, and other effects. It’s free to use if you don’t mind a Movavi watermark, otherwise, it’ll cost you around $40 per year.
InShot is a great video editing app for your phone. If you love social media, InShot is a must-have for you: dead easy and simple to use, InShot offers basic video cutting and splitting, filters, subtitles, cropping, background, and free music. For IG TV and short Facebook or Instagram videos, this app is perfect: you can shoot the video with your phone and instantly edit it right then and there, hassle-free.
Online Video Editors
If you can’t be bothered with downloading and testing different video editors, just cut and edit your videos online. This will require an excellent internet connection, but online video editors, such as Kapwing, can be a fantastic solution for quick and easy ADV moto video editing on the go. Simply upload your video and edit it using the tools provided!