Using a video editing app is critical for creating a winning video marketing strategy. And if you’re reading this blog post, chances are you already know you should incorporate more video content into your marketing, especially after the rise of remote work.
But like most new strategies, you’ll need to prove its ROI before you get a budget. And that can be tricky because to make a great video, you need a few things — like a camera and editing software. You might already have a high-quality camera built into your smartphone, but editing your raw footage and preparing it for publication requires a third-party mobile app. You might even need to hop on the computer for the more extensive post-production projects.
The good news: There are several free and inexpensive video editing apps you can download that run the gamut from super simple to Hollywood-level powerful. In this post we will delve into the best video apps for every device and click one of the links below to jump to a specific type of app, or keep reading to learn about them all.
Editing Apps for Videos: Standard Features
Every editing app will be different, but there are a few features you’ll want to look for. Because most apps will have a free and paid version, it’s important to know what’s essential and what might be worth an upgrade.
For every video app whether paid or free, it will include:
- Scrubbing through video as you edit.
- Choosing an aspect ratio that fits with your target platform (Instagram, Youtube, Facebook, TikTok, etc.).
- Adding text and shapes along with professional transitions throughout the shots.
- Exporting video with at least 480p quality with high definition exports up to 4k.
- Adding music to the video via stock music or your library.
The following solutions can help you make video magic — whether your video is meant for Instagram, YouTube, or a similar channel where your audience is hungry for content. Some tools may even offer premium or extra features like video asset management, graphic design tools, and more.
Read the entire article at Hubspot https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/best-video-editing-apps