The Best Free NLEs

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ProVideo Coalition's Jose Antunes lists the best video editing software available for free.

He writes, "The number of NLEs available on the market has not changed much since 2015, but some of the contenders have moved to a position that makes them the most popular choice these days. No, I am not talking about the heavy-weight names of the industry, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X and similar 'classic' software, but programs like DaVinci Resolve, which is, from where I see it, the most popular choice for many users. In fact, while many professionals in the video editing industry have grown with a list of software as their reference, a new generation of users is not bound to use the same programs and is open to try new things, especially those NLEs that offer FREE versions, a trend that seems to be expanding."

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