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4 Best Free Online Video Editors, Makers

4 Best Free Online Video Editors, Makers: The demand for entertaining and informative videos has never been greater. The power of video marketing and the changing online habits of consumers is driving a sudden increase in the number of videos being uploaded to the internet.
4 Best Free Online Video Editors, Makers

1- Clipchamp: Free online video editor with pro features, no experience required

Clipchamp is the only free online video editor that brings you easy-to-use professional-grade features.

Clipchamp video editor comes with all the features required to create great videos. Edit clips directly in-browser without having to upload them first and work with files of all sizes. No experience needed.

2- Kizoa: Online Video Editor and Maker

Easily cut videos into as many clips as you want using our straightforward interface. Use the time-bar underneath the video to drag the beginning or end of the video to whatever second you want. You can preview the video at the same time for extra precision.

Kizoa offers a large variety of video intros and outros for you to use in your videos. You can browse through Kizoa's "video intros" and "video outros" albums to easily drag and drop whichever one you like directly at the beginning or end of your video. Pair it off with some personalized text or effects for impressive results!

Add as many songs as you want onto your videos, including your video clips that already contain audio. You can adjust the audio volume in your video clips, which will automatically adjust the volume of the overlay music for the perfect combination. You can also completely silence your music while your video clips play so that you can hear the audio clearly without any musical accompaniment.

3- WeVideo

WeVideo is the online video editor that makes it easy to capture, create, view and share your movies at up to 4K resolution for stunning playback anywhere.

With WeVideo Essentials™, you have unlimited use of 1 million licensed and royalty-free video clips, images and music tracks—everything you need to create pro-looking videos in minutes, at your fingertips. It's like having a production crew on staff. Included at no added cost in all WeVideo business subscriptions.

4- Adobe Spark: Create Your Own Videos for Free with Adobe Spark

Whether you’re selling products and services or sharing your vacation videos with friends, Adobe Spark puts you in the director’s chair. Without the need for any programming or technical skills, you can use this powerful video maker to create videos the professionals would be proud of.

Adobe Spark Video is designed to make mastering the art of video production a breeze. All you need is a computer, a mouse and a reliable internet connection. Using a simple drag-and-drop system, you can upload videos, add music and insert captions wherever you like. There are various tutorials to help you on your way, but most people can master the basics of video production within an hour.

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