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Chrome App: Edit Videos on Chromebooks with WeVideo

This Web 2.0 works on almost any device. If you are looking for a decent video editor for your Chromebook WeVideo has almost everything you need.

WeVideo has a similar look and operation to most other simple video editors on the market. While using it, I personally compared it to a more advanced "Windows Movie Maker." I enjoy that all of my work is instantly saved. Unlike in Windows Movie Maker, I have yet to lose a project I was working on due to a crash or forgetting to save.

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  1. What's the best video editing software for desktop computer? I have good opportunity to buy something with big discount on the but i can't choose. I know only Adobe and Sony products and looking for alternatives.

  2. I personally have used Pinnacle Studio in the past. If you are familiar with Sony and Adobe products, this may be more suitable to you. I have seen others highly recommend AVS Video Editor for Windows or Final Cut Pro for Mac. I have never used Final Cut Pro due to its hefty price tag.


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