Video Editor – Editing Studio is an iOS-only, easy-to-use video editor with options that let you add filters to video, play with speeds, crop videos, and add music and voice overs. A free version comes with basic features, while adding text titles, transitions, and other finishing touches are available as in-app purchases. The biggest differentiator Video Editor – Editing Studio brings to the table is its usability; it’s one of the easiest video editors to navigate, even for those who aren’t familiar with video software. What’s the downside? If you figure it out, let us know.
Wave has also become incredibly popular with the Instagram content creators of today. With Wave, you can get your videos online in minutes and make square videos that are ideal for Instagram. There are all kinds of stylish text effects to choose from, and you can even choose from over 200 million videos on virtually any topic if you don’t have your own clip but wish to practice.
Beyond making all of Hootsuite’s social media management functions available away from your desk, the Hootsuite mobile app has two really important features for Instagram marketers. First is the ability to regram with just a couple of taps. Sharing user-generated content is a great way to engage your followers and fans, but there’s no native regram function within the Instagram app.
Now it takes you to the main edit page where you can add layers of effects, overlays, text, and handwriting. Other than that you can change music multiple times by adding multiple layers of music and effects which makes the app more powerful than the rest. The file is saved on the phone and you can share it on Instagram or it will be deleted after 7 days.
That’s right, YouTube! Or YouTube Capture, if you’re on iOS. (Android users can do the same within the base YouTube app.) YouTube Capture offers YouTube’s own mobile recording and editing features, with no limit to the amount of clips you can use or the time your video can run. Thanks to its integration with the YouTube platform, it also offers access to a massive free audio library, and allows you to quickly and easily edit and post your video to YouTube, Instagram and more.
DaVinci Resolve is arguably the most advanced video editor on the list. While it has many professional video features, its interfaces remain intuitive. Alongside video slicing and trimming you can master audio and correct color. You can also use it to add 2D and 3D titles to your video. If you just want to trim and upload your videos, the rich feature set of DaVinci Resolve may be too extensive. However, if your video project is a little more advanced, the free version of this software is hard to beat.
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If you have a fast-moving event that you’re trying to capture in real time, it’s next to impossible to think in that moment. That’s why you see so many awesome videos online recorded vertically instead of horizontally. Horizon fixes that issue by allowing you to edit a video from that annoying vertical orientation into a much more eye-friendly horizontal orientation. Alone, this feature is powerful but that’s not all Horizon does.
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This analytics app has all its bases covered. Its robust insights include audience demographics, reporting, macro-level statistics about the performance of an entire account, and micro-level information about each individual post. And for $29 per month, it’s also one of the more affordable analytics tools out there. We also love that it integrates with Facebook – who doesn’t love two tools for the price of one?
Game-changing video giant GoPro has a video editing tool they created specifically for users to edit GoPro-style videos. The tool helps you amp up your video’s energy by syncing it to music with just a few clicks. The app also adds graphs and gauges to your videos to display height and speed as an overlay graphic. If your brand is high intensity and your videos often feature stunts, this app is perfect for you. However, since Quik was created specifically for GoPro use cases, its editing options are pretty basic. Still, they’re easy to apply and free, making this app a win in our book. Quik is available for iOS and Android, and as a desktop application.
InShot is an iOS- and Android-friendly video editor that lets you add music, effects, voice overs, emojis, and text to your videos. You can also play with video speed, merge multiple videos together, and cut, split and trim videos. The app is perfect for editing videos for Instagram posts, IGVT and Stories, as well as videos for other platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The baseline app is free, and in-app purchases are available for users to buy special effects and premium features. However, a few users have experienced technical glitches and frustrations when adding text and other features to their videos, so consider trying the free version before paying for extra features.
Later is a scheduling platform created specifically for Instagram that comes with a whole suite of extra features. Not only can you schedule posts, but you can collect user-generated content, track hashtags, create shoppable posts, and analyse your performance. The app is also an official Instagram partner and uses their API to import photos, making it a highly secure option for companies concerned with the security of their social accounts. However, Later is not an automated tool; since it’s a web-based app (and because Instagram only allows users to post via the mobile app), later sends you a notification when it’s time to post, at which point users have to take the post live themselves. It’s an extra step that might be worth it to take advantage of the rest of their features. Later is free for individuals, but can cost up to $49 per month for large companies.
Developed by Google, this precision photo-editing Instagram app works on both JPG and RAW files, making it a powerful tool for professional photographers. Beyond filtering your photos, you can perform serious photo-editing tasks like removing elements (or even people) from the photo, adjusting the geometry of buildings, and using curves to control the brightness of your image.
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