Shotcut is an open-source multimedia editing tool that enables businesses to create and edit videos & audios, then export them into multiple formats for sharing. Professionals can develop movies, import images, include effects, and detach audios from videos, and more.
It is available on Windows, Linux, and Mac devices, the tool offers various features and functionalities such as multi-core parallel image processing, audio capture, encoding, preview scaling, slideshow generation, etc.
- Supports HD Resolution
- Video Editing
- Text Overlay
- Multiple audio features
- Deployment: Installed - Windows
Company Name: Meltytech
Headquarter: United States
You can’t beat the price (Free!). This program gets the job done. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles as expensive programs but it does plenty enough to do most basic projects. I’ve done numerous music videos and little comedy skits that I’ve uploaded to YouTube and they come out great. They look totally professional and the feedback I’ve gotten has been very positive. My action camera records in .mov format which is hard to edit with. I convert my raw files to .mp4 which makes editing much easier and I’m unable to discern any loss of video quality. All in all, Shotcut has been a great choice for me.
What I like about Shotcut is that it is free and very light, few video editors bet on a multiplatform network that permits us to continue our project on any operating system, and this is the most looking thing about this software. If what you’re looking for is a video editor that leaves you to work on any PC, this is the right one, because just as you can work on a low-specs Windows, you can work on a Mac of previous generations.
Shotcut is a great basic video editing software. For a basic user it is useful yet powerful. Using the basic setup I have been able to do all of the video editing of YouTube instructional videos without a hitch. It does not have an overabundance of features which is the best feature! It is not trying to do more than advertised.