10 Free Android Video Editors To Help Perfect Your Videos On-The-Go
Recording your own video is so much easier now thanks to capable Android devices. Although it’s easy to record something, editing is another matter altogether. A good video editor is quite necessary to transform your boring video recording into something catchy and fun to watch.
We know how hard it is to find a proper video editor for Android, especially for free. But it doesn’t mean that it’s not possible. Here, we share with you 10 Free Android video editors to make video editing on-the-go a reality.
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If you ever need an app to create a video specifically for Instagram, look no further. VidStitch combines photos and videos into one beautiful collage and allows you to share it on Instagram with ease. Moreover, you can also use your own soundtrack for the collage that you’re creating.
VidStich allows you to choose from 50 different collage frames for your own video collage. You can also adjust the width of the frame, its color and even the saturation to fit your taste.
This is a standard Android video editor that’s capable of merging, splitting, trimming and transcoding your videos on-the-go. Furthermore, this app enables you to add text, music, and video effects to further enhance your videos. It has all the necessary features to edit your videos.
Whether the video’s recorded from your smartphone or you ripped a high quality video from somewhere, AndroidVid can easily handle them. If all you need is a good video editor that efficiently does several things, then this is what you’re looking for.
WeVideo is a video editing app that allows you to edit your video on your mobile using its very simple interface. You can choose from a variety of themes, ranging from travel journal to a wedding theme, according to whatever suits your video. Next, just add an audio file and you can immediately publish it to the WeVideo server, with the choice of making it a public or private video.
WeVideo ensures that your video exists in its cloud server so that you can further edit it with its cloud editor. And since your video is in the cloud, you can easily access it from anywhere.
Videos may not always be the ideal length that you want. Often at times, you might just want a small part of the original video. With VidCutter, you can trim any of your videos easily and quickly without any issue.
All you need to do is set the start and end time at the part of the video that you want to cut and it will save it as a new video right away. VidCutter support formats in 3pg, avi, mpeg, mp4, and wmv thus making it one of the most reliable Android video cutter that you can get for free.
Ever wondered how to turn your videos and photos into a nicely edited video of your own? Try KlipMix, an app that’s capable of mixing videos and even photos together with your favourite music to create your own videos. Iff your recording happens to be upside down (mistakes like this can happen), you can fix it easily with KlipMix since it can handle various rotations of all your videos and photos.
Besides that, KlipMix also comes with a feature that allows you to set the duration of each video or photo as you wish. Now, you can have an edited video of your own that’s even free from watermarks.
KineMaster is one of the best Android video editors that you can get on an Android device. It has all the features that you will ever need on mobile, such as color, saturation, brightness and even 3D transition effects. There’s a lot of themes to choose from that comes with specific music and visual effects.
However, there’s a downside to using KineMaster, where your videos will be watermarked when exported. Some find that it’s not really a big issue, but if you can’t live with that, just get the paid app for $2.99 to remove the watermark. Doing that will also give you more theme options.
Videos comes in many different formats and often you end up with one that may not play too well on your Android device. Well, this is no longer an issue with the Media Converter app. This app allows you to convert any of your videos into formats like mp4, 3gp, avi, mpeg and flv right away.
You can also set the parameter for your video/audio bitrate, resolution and the audio sample rate. The app layout is pretty straightforward, and it even comes with the capability to convert video to audio with ease.
VidTrim brands itself as a video editor and organizer on the Android platform. It performs well for tasks like video trimming, video conversion, frame grabbing and much more. Uploading a high resolution video to your favorite social media usually takes up a lot of your time. Instead, you can use VidTrim to scale down your video resolution to help reduce its overall size.
This is made possible because it comes with the transcoder that helps to convert, resize and compress your video on-the-go. So, if you often record videos in high quality and want to share your videos with the world, try out VidTrim.
So far we’ve shared a few video editor apps but VivaVideo is one that works as both a video camera and a video editor. VivaVideo comes with features like themes, filters, video effects, titles and transitions that you can get within the app for free.
There really is no limit when it comes to perfecting your videos with this app, as you can even use it to capture video recordings with all kinds of capture modes like slow-motion, fast-motion, music video and FX.
VideoShow is a video editor that can create videos using a mix of videos and photos. It comes with additional features like voice to video recording, multiple text to video with timings, video effects, music, trimming and exporting. You can easily edit your own videos and export it quickly with minimal effort.
VideoShow also allows you to express yourself in your own edited video using any effect, text, or music. You can even feature your own voice with ease, if you want. VideoShow is perfect for people who want to create a short film in a snap without any watermark.
Author: Nels Dzyre
Nels Dzyre is a tech enthusiast from the age of dial-ups, an Android follower since we had Cupcake, and a gamer.