MakeUseOf: 5 No-Signup Free Online Video Editors That Keep You Anonymous. “You shoot videos regularly, but you don’t always need to edit those videos. On the off chance that you want to edit, try these free online video editors with no downloads and no registration.”
MakeUseOf: The Best Video Editing Apps and Software for YouTube. “YouTube has gone beyond being a simple video sharing site to become a phenomenon. So much so there are people who now watch YouTube instead of traditional TV. This means that whether you dream of being a YouTube star or simply want to share videos with your friends, creating videos for YouTube can be a rewarding process. However, in order to create and edit YouTube videos, you’ll need the right tools. And with that in mind here are the best video editing apps for YouTube.”
How-To Geek: How to Film With Your Own Green Screen Using Your iPhone. “Blue and green screens are used by TV and movie studios to blend two videos by replacing the background with something different. You have that power on your iPhone and iPad and we’re going to show you how to use it.” It’s not perfect, but for a quick hack it’s not bad at all.
Make Tech Easier: 5 of the Best Alternatives for Windows Movie Maker. “Many of us have fond memories of Windows Movie Maker and even more now after Microsoft discontinued it permanently. This may not have been a good idea because Movie Maker was one of the easiest video editing tools to work with. However, we all have to move on. If you are of the opinion that creating a professional video should not consume much time or money, this is a handy list of alternatives to Windows Movie Maker.”
How-To Geek: The Best Video Editing Software for Beginners. “We’ve made selections for both paid and free options on standard PCs, plus the obvious choice for macOS. For those of you who are limited to a smartphone or tablet, we also have an app pick, plus one for users who are confined to web-only interfaces. Whatever your platform or budget, you should be able to use at least one of the software options below.”
Larry Ferlazzo: Flexclip Looks Like A Great Video-editing Tool For Ells, English-proficient Students & Everybody Else . “FlexClip is a free video-editing tool that is super-simple to use. You can use content they already have on their site and add text and your own audio narration, along with music.”
Tubefilter: Zoe Sugg Launches Video Editing App ‘Filmm’ With ‘A Beautiful Mess’ Founders. “Lifestyle YouTuber Zoe Sugg, who founded the lifestyle brand Zoella, has teamed up with A Beautiful Mess founders Emma Chapman and Elsie Larson to release ‘Filmm,’ a video editing app specifically made for creators. Filmm, which debuted yesterday in Apple’s App Store, is free to download, but also has a subscription option. The free version includes more than 20 filters and video effects like light leaks, dust, and grain, as well as advanced editing tools like color adjustment curves and green screen capabilities.”