Editing videos on your phone can be a simple task with the help of apps like KineMaster, FilmoraGo, Quik, Vizmato and InShot. Available free of charge for Android and iPhone (iOS) smartphones, these tools offer a variety of features that go beyond cutting and inserting filters, and includes overlays, effects, captions and narrations. The platforms simplify the assembly process and allow you to complete the adjustment of audiovisual files in a few minutes.
To explore applications you don't need to be professional: the highlight of the programs is the intuitive layout and the quality of the results. That way, before sharing videos with friends or on social networks, check out the list prepared by TechTudo, with some of the best rated options in the official Google Play and App Store stores.
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With an intuitive interface and features that promise to stimulate the user's creativity, KineMaster manages to be at the same time a simple tool, but with results at a professional level. The app allows you to make video edits more accurate, frame by frame, with the result of the result in real time. In the Layer option, you can insert overlays of images, graphics, effects, text, and colored filters. The user can also choose music from his own library or even record a narration.
KineMaster stands out for its intuitive interface and promises to stimulate users' creativity Photo: Reproduo / Amanda de Almeida
Application version of the Filmora software, FilmoraGo is not behind the desktop version. In addition to traditional editing tools, such as cuts, captions, filters and overlays, among other elements, the application also allows you to change the speed, rotate the screen and insert the narration. For beginners in video editing, a useful feature is the option "Themes", with seven pre-editions that include music and visual effects, among them "80 '", "Chaplin", "Concert" and "Mirror". The alternatives serve as inspiration and help to improve the tool experience.
FilmoraGo themes make life easier for those who don't have much practice with video editing Photo: Reproduo / Amanda de Almeida
Created by GoPro, Quik is often on the list of the best apps for video editing. With a simple and direct interface, in a few minutes it is possible to combine photos, videos and music to create incredible clips, directly from the smartphone. Among the various resources, one of the highlights is "Flashbacks", capable of creating every Sunday a new clip with memories found in the device's own library. The result obtained autonomously by the application. For those who want to explore video editing services, this is the friendliest option on the list.
Created by GoPro, Quik is used to lists of best apps for video editing Photo: Reproduo / Amanda de Almeida
Practical editing tool, the Vizmato app allows you to record high definition videos right in the app, using the front and rear camera. The program facilitates the insertion of themes, filters and soundtrack that help to make the result more interesting, with the ideal perspective for each clip. In addition to greatly facilitating sharing, Vizmato offers a library with a large collection of visual effects, in addition to offering a search tool, with which it is possible to explore, be inspired and share creations with other users.
Vizmato's visual effects library full of fun options Photo: Reproduo / Amanda de Almeida
With a musical collection full of free options, donated by the composers themselves, InShot is an advantageous application for those who intend to use the content professionally, without worrying about copyright of the soundtrack. The intuitive and efficient tool for obtaining good results in editing, through the use of traditional resources, such as cuts, filters and texts, in addition to fun stickers, to personalize the audiovisual file.
InShot's music library is one of the app's highlights, which also has fun stickers Photo: Reproduo / Amanda de Almeida
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