Good (and free) software for editing videos on a Mac

One of our local business website clients recently asked about editing iPhone videos for her website.

So, some of our team members had a pow-wow….

One team member tested playing around with iMovie for 5min and found it super easy to use for someone with no video experience and capable of anything our client would probably need, with regards to editing iPhone videos. It’s free and already installed on Macs. Another team member agreed: iMovie is definitely one of the most user friendly options. And it’s free!

A little further research discovered that Lightworks is another good free editor, although perhaps a bit harder if you haven’t got experience with Final Cut or Premiere Pro. It might be able to do a few more advanced things than iMovie however.

See this article on techradar for a list and rundown on some different software solutions.

And here are some other options to check out, for those looking for something else:

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