The Best iMoive Equivalent for Windows 10 in 2022

This post introduces you to the best iMovie equivalent on Windows 10.

Friday January 21, 2022 11:47 AM PDT by Karen Greene

Apple introduced iMovie at a time when not many handy video editors were available for the consumers. Professional video editing software was not plausible for an average computer user.

For macOS users, iMovie was a breath of fresh air that made video editing a home affair. Windows Movie maker did the same for Windows users, which was discontinued a while back.

FilmForth feels like a worthy replacement to fill the void left by the movie maker. It is easy to use, has all the modern features, and does not feel dated at all, with the constant updates.

Filmforth – the Best iMovie Equivalent for Windows 10

Download and install FilmForth from the Microsoft store. There are no installers involved in the MS store. All you need to do is click on the install button for installing the editor.

Step 1. Launch FilmForth from the desktop shortcut.

Step 2. On the home screen, you will find the new project button for creating a fresh, new project for video editing. Click on it to start a new project.


The Best iMoive Equivalent for Windows 10 in 2021

Home-screen has few quick-access tools that come in handy:

  • Trim Video: Reduce any video’s duration without going through the whole shenanigan of creating a project and more.
  • Stabilize Video: Remove the shaky footage taken with a phone camera or an underwhelming scenario.
  • Extract MP3: Take out the audio from any video and get it in the MP3 format.
  • Rotate Video: Change the orientation of a video according to your needs.

Add a video, photo of your choice simply by drag and drop. Manually browse and load works perfectly as well.

Few Features of Filmforth

After you are done uploading media, try out different features for editing your videos.

  • Trim Video

Step 1. Select the video from the timeline feed that you want to trim.

Step 2. Head to the Trim option from the tool’s dashboard.


Trim Video

Step 3. The blue bar depicts the video with its duration. Use the white handles given on either side to trim the video.


Trim Video and Check Duration

After trimming, you will see a prominent grey bar that will emerge in place of the blue one. That denotes the part which you have trimmed.

You can always come back to undo the trim and get back the trimmed part of the video. iMovie has a selection-based trimming shortcut from the timeline feed, similar to what is offered on FilmForth. Use the handles on the video to trim them from the video timeline.


Check Video Timeline

  • Add Effects

Step 1. Select the video from the timeline feed.

Step 2. Head to the Effects option from the dashboard.

Step 3. Here, you will find over 26 effects to apply on the video; that’s over a dozen more than iMovie has to offer.

Step 4. Select the video effect that you want to apply. Try out different effects to decide on the one that suits your needs.


FilmForth Effects

You can use the compare button to see a glimpse of what the video looks like in its default way.

Step 5. Click on the back button to save the changes. You can always switch to another effect or even revert to the video’s default effect scheme.

  • Add Voiceover

Step 1. Head to the Audio tools from the home screen of the project.

Step 2. Select the voiceover button for adding a voiceover.


Add Voiceover via FilmForth

Step 3. You will see a big microphone button on the screen. Click on it to begin recording your voiceover. Similarly, iMovie has a red dot button for the same that lets you start and stop the recording.


Start and Stop the Recording

A pause button appears as soon as you start recording. Press on it to pause your voiceover session. Click here and you will know how to remove voiceover from video.

Export the video of different types

Kudos for finishing the edits on your videos. Now it’s time to export the video, in the type of your choice. In other words, make your video ready for different platforms such as PCs, YouTube, Social media, amongst others.

Different platforms have standard video aspect ratios, the dimensions of videos that work best on them. The good news is, FilmForth has you covered with different aspect ratios.

Step 1. Head to the project settings from the home screen of the project.

Step 2. Go to the Aspect Ratio tab, and there you will find aspect ratios for different platforms.

Since we will post this video on YouTube, we will select the 16:9 one with YouTube written below the option.


FilmForth Aspect Ratio

  • How to Custom Aspect Ratio?

When the aspect ratio of your choice is not given in the above aspect ratio tab, take advantage of the Crop & Motion option.


Crop & Motion

Use the four buttons given on the video’s border to resize it to the aspect ratio of your needs. They can always be reverted to the original dimensions.


Crop Your Video


FilmForth and iMovie share the philosophy on usability, individual consumer-oriented products. The user interface on both is designed in a way keeping in mind average computer users. It’s easy-to-use, and you do not get lost in the barrage of menus, settings of the editor. Their custom aspect ratio option shares the same box-shaped trim style that lets users shape it without any hiccups.

Talking about their video trimming is virtually the same, with a drag option for trimming the start and ends. The bottom line is, instead of looking for an iMovie equivalent for Windows, you can give FilmForth a try. Spoiler alert, you will become a loyal user.


Karen is a professional writer with a background in column writing who enjoys resolving complex topics and explaining them in interesting ways.

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FilmForth - Free Video Editor

  • Easy to use and no skill required at all.
  • Export video to MP3 with one click.
  • Add transitions, effects, filter, text to the video as you want.
  • Remove, replace, record and edit the background audio easily.
  • Change the speed, volume, and subtitle on video with ease.
  • Stabilize, trim, rotate, and convert video in seconds.