Edit videos like a pro – and for free – with DaVinci Resolve

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If you occasionally edit videos there’s no need to spend money on editing software. In fact you might find that what you are looking for is already on your computer. Apple’s popular iMovie application is pre-installed on Mac computers and Microsoft-owned Clipchamp, while perhaps lesser known, has been part of Windows 11 since 2022. The basic functions of both tools can be used free of charge. If you need more, there’s tons of software to choose from. The wealth of tools available for video editing is impressive, and many of them offer free versions. DaVinci Resolve stands out from the crowd be…

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