With the development in technology and increasing popularity of video sharing websites, editing videos have also become quite popular. With the help of video editing software, one can effects to their videos to make them a little special. There are a number of free video editing software available that offer a great number of different tools. Let us have a look at the some of the best amongst them that will help you make an easy choice.

Top 10 Free Video Editing Softwares are :

Windows Movie Maker: Windows Movie Maker is a free video editing tool for Windows that comes pre-installed on your system. The software has an easy to use interface where you can drag and drop your files and start compiling the video adding video effects, video transitions, titles/credits, audio track, and timeline narration to it. Apart from that Microsoft also offers numerous add-ons and upgrade online that can be downloaded easily. It supports import formats as ASF, AVI, M1V, MP2, MP2V, MPE, MPEG, MPG, MPV2, WM and WMV, but files can be exported only in AVI and WMV formats.

Avidemux: Avidemux is a free video editor that allows you one to cut, filter and encode the videos. The software is easy to use and does not require much of technical knowhow. The software supports different file formats like AVI, MP4, and ASF to name a few.

Blender: Blender is open source video software that is compatible with all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License. It allows 3D content creation and offers tools for modeling, animation, rendering, post-production and real-time interactive 3D, as well asĀ game creation. The software also allows cross-platform playback of videos.

Virtual Dub: Virtual Dub is another open source video editing tool that is constantly updated by its developers. The software displays two real-time streams next to each other with a host of features like codec compression, video splitting, and addition of audio tracks below it. The software is also capable of batch-processing to handle large number of files and additional filters are also available online for the program.

Cinefx Jashaka: Jahshaka is a free editing software that allows real time editing and effects system. The program utilizes OpenGL & OpenML hardware rendering. It is compatible with a number of operating systems including Windows, Linux and many more. The software has many advanced features along with full CG support.

Zwei-Stein: Zwei-Stein is a free editing tool that has a plethora of features but is a bit complex. It is more suitable for experienced editors compared to amateurs. Apart from that the software is just amazing and allows one to edit 256 video, audio, and still image clips and one can add 64 effects to each one in a serial fashion.

Wax: Wax was initially a college project that was transformed into a video editing tool afterwards. Suitable for both amateurs as well as professionals, the program delivers a great performance and can be also used as a plug-in to other video editors and stand-alone app. One can create both 2D and 3D videos using it.

ZS4 Video Editor: ZS4 Video Editor is a free video editing and compositing software that allows one to combine photos, videos and audio files into one or more output files.

Movica: Movica is another fine video editor that offers a graphical user interface that makes it extremely easy to use. The software also lets you assign keyboard shortcuts that enhance the user experience. The program also lets you edit .wmv, .rm, .mpeg and .flv files that generally other editors do not support making it a versatile one.

Pinnacle VideoSpin: VideoSpin is easy to use software. The program offers a number of basic editing tools but one has to buy the premium version for advanced features, however, the features available in the free version like trimming, cropping, zooming and titling are enough for quick and simple editing. It supports formats like 3gp, avi, mpeg, mp4, mov and wmv. One can also add transitions and special effects to their video.

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Last Updated on October 20, 2014

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