The Best Video Editing Software for 2019


  1. Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Adobe Premiere Pro deserves to be an industry standard video editing software, an incomparable tool, and a powerful set of capabilities. this application has added support for VR 360, 4K (and higher) content and HDR videos, and Lumetri Color tools. It also adds leading collaboration capabilities in the class. All of this makes Premiere worthy of the Player’s Choice award for professional-level video editing software.


  1. Corel studiovideo ultimate

There is no end to innovation in home video technology. The 2018 version of Corel’s VideoStudio does amazingly, as one of the few consumer video editing programs that can work with 360-degree VR recordings. It also comes with multicam editing, multi-point motion tracking, time remapping, video masking, audio damping, and 4K support. Corel VideoStudio Ultimate is an impressive product with a clear and simple interface, and is loaded with fun features, making PCMag Editor’s Choice for enthusiastic video editing.


  1. Cyberlink PowerDirector

Amateur video landscapes have increased rapidly and software such as CyberLink video editing software bridges the gap between professional editing and ease of use of consumers. This is often a pro product with support for new formats and new technologies such as 360-degree video. It is loaded with tools that help you collect interesting digital films, complete with transitions, effects, and titles.


  1. Pinnacle studio ultimate

Not many programs have reached the 22nd version, but Pinnacle Studio can claim that difference. Corel also developed VideoStudio video editing software, with Pinnacle positioned as the higher of the two product lines. This is intended for almost professional level fans, with excellent editing features and effects such as stop-motion video, multicam editing, and motion tracking. Pinnacle also supports 360 degree VR content, and its rendering speed is the best performing in our tests.

  1. Magix Movie Edit Pro Premium

Movie Edit Pro has a product level that competes with software from better-known brands, and even offers support for newer technologies such as 360-degree and 4K content. In its 2019 edition, Movie Edit Pro provides faster performance, a slightly better interface, more premium effect plugins, and HEIC photo format support. These join stable full features, such as motion tracking, titling, action-cam templates, stabilization, beat-based editing, and store plug-ins in applications. This is a decent improvement, but this application is still lagging behind competition in organizational tools and overall usability.


  1. Adobe Premiere Elements

Adobe’s enthusiastic video editing software is a product that is very user-friendly and capable, with many tools that help you produce interesting movies from your video clips. For 2019 updates, we get a new start window, an easily redesigned editing interface that helps, and automatically created creations such as collages and slideshows.


  1. WonderShare Filmora

Wondershare is an established name in Mac software, and Windows users can now also sample the company’s wares, with the release of its Filmora video editing software. This application offers the standard trimming, transitions, overlays, and effects you expect in this kind of software, but it lacks more advanced and modern features you find in more established competitors such as CyberLink’s PowerDirector


  1. Apple final cut pro

Apple’s professional and prosumer-level video editing software, Final Cut Pro X, treads a fine line between consumers who want more power for their video-editing projects than iMovie offers and professionals who create content for movies and TV. It does a remarkable job of bridging these two worlds, and though professionals may complain about its nontraditional trackless timeline and amateurs may scratch their heads over its wealth of sophisticated options, it turns out to be a magnificent tool for both. Final Cut Pro X is an Editors’ Choice for professional video editing software.


  1. Nero Video

Nero Video 2019 costs less than most of the video editing software we’ve tested, yet it includes support for 4K effects and templates, Furthermore, Nero’s software can do some impressive tricks with your digital video content. but don’t expect support for techniques such as multicam and motion tracking or new formats like 360-degree VR.


  1. Apple Movie

The video editing software included with Apple’s Mac computers hasn’t changed much in the past several years, but it still tops what you get in Windows 10, which is just the basic video capabilities in Windows’ Photos app. Apple iMovie includes excellent tools for media organization, color grading, speed, green-screen effects, narration, and soundtrack in your digital movies. It supports 4K video but not 360-degree video. iMovie also boasts some of the best storyboard-based movie making tools for novices