Free Video Editor for Mac is video editing software developed by Thundershare. With it, you can cut, trim and merge video clips, along with other features. Much like Wondershare Video Editor or Filmora Video Editor, this software is a trial version, but you can use it for free up to five times.
This editor supports 4K video files. Additionally, you can add watermarks, logos or text to your video. It also can read almost any video or audio format available. The download is free and compatible with Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and later versions.
Thundershare’s Video Editor offers the functionality that you can expect. You can rotate, trim, crop, split, cut and mix your video clip any way you want. You can also add watermarks, logos and text to your videos, as well as custom subtitles. This editing software can also be used to add music to any video and supports many video and audio formats, including 4K video.
Once you’ve installed it, it will offer you several options depending on what you want to do with a short description of what each does. Let’s say you have multiple files to cut; select ‘Batch Cutter’. If you’re unsure what you’re trying to accomplish, you can switch any time after you upload your file.
Display and accessibility
Once you’ve selected one of the options presented, you can upload your files by clicking ‘Add File’ in the top left corner. You can see your video and play it with the player on the right, as well as adjust settings on the left side of the window.
At the bottom, you’ll find many options to export your finished project. You can keep the original file format or select a new one depending on your needs. For example, if you need a file that will work on YouTube, head to ‘Web Sharing’ and click the YouTube icon.
A user-friendly solution for beginners
This editing software is made for people who have no experience with editing and aren’t interested in professional solutions (these can be expensive). It contains all the editing features for personal use and steers clear of any overcomplicated functions.
It has a free trial, which you can download on Mac OS 10.6 and later.