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In the last decade, video editing has become something almost anyone can do. Hi, I'm Jessica with Top Ten Reviews. Consumer grade editing programs allow you to edit and produce professional looking videos for less than a hundred dollars, but there are some things that you should think about before you buy.
Well, the editing program run on your computer, this is probably the most important thing to know before you buy. If the processor or memory is insufficient, your computer will run the program slowly or not at all.
Check your computer specs against the system requirements of all the programs on our top ten lists to make sure your machine is compatible. On a positive note, if you have bought a computer within the last five years, you shouldn’t have a problem running any program on our list, but it never hurts to double check.
How easy is a program to use? Edition your videos is no simple task. If you’ve never use an editing program before, prepare for a warning curve. Look for a program that teaches you tips and tricks as you learn. A robust help section and online community is a must for any program if you're getting started in the editing world.
What can I do with the program? Different types of projects will require different features. Now, you want to think about which videos you want to edit. Are you looking to embellish family party for each or make a short film? One would probably call for fun effects and titles while the other will require a full library of transitions.
Now, what are the export options? When you are done with your project, you’ll want to watch it and share it. Again, think about what you’ll be using the program for. If you are using the program to edit YouTube videos, check to see if the software—is right from the program. If you want to burn a DVD to give out to friends and family, I would recommend a program that has DVD burning built right in.
Some programs will even write to Blue Ray discs, if you have the right hardware. The best video editing software should have all these features and more. But don’t take my work for it. Take a few minutes to produce our comparison chart and in-depth reviews of each product, then decide for yourself which program suits your needs.