Apple is one of the best computer available for creative professional, with emphasis on video and photo editing. The main problem with industry leading video editors like Adobe Premier, After Effects and Apple’s own Final Cut Pro X series aren’t cheap. .
Since there are not more free decent video editors as iMove is no longer free. So we are reviewing some of best video editing applications that a quite going to match the premium software’s from Adobe and Apple. Let’s check these 8 free video editors selected for your MacOS that can save some moolah for you.
The Studio version of Da Vinci Resolve costs nearly $1,000 — but the basic version is completely free. Better still it includes the same high quality image processing abilities as the pricier version, a powerful video editor, some of the best color correction capabilities on the planet and even works with external hardware panels for faster editing.
There are limitations of course, the main one is that Resolve can only output in SD, HD and Ultra HD (only!) which is likely going to be more than enough for most users. There are limitations on some of the more advanced grading and tracking tools too of course, but these limitations are mainly in place to convince professional users that they need to upgrade.
There may be quite a learning curve, but Da Vinci Resolve is one of the most powerful video editing suites on the planet and you get a hell of a lot for free.
Verdict: Powerful, feature-rich, with limitations that are mostly aimed at professional commercial users. Definitely worth a shot for free.