Watching YouTube videos is an exceptional source of entertainment, infotainment, and often helps us relax after a long day at work, college. But what goes behind making compelling content is the editing prowess which aids in churning out flabbergasting content.
To do that, you need a YouTube video editor that does the job. Sometimes you are in a rush, but the video has to go out, so installing one is out of the equation. There are several YouTube video editors online that can take care of the editing needs.
FilmForth is a YouTube video editor that every beginner would like to get their hands on. It is free for everyone, and the tools are straightforward to use, apply. That’s not all, we also get a video converter called Duo, which is installed separately.
Publish content in up to 60 FPS, suitable for high definition videos on YouTube
Apply different and coll effects on video and set the color tones apart
Create time-lapse by simply sliding the speed button towards the left
Presets aspect ratio for platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and others
Does not support 8K resolution videos
Cannot directly share videos to social media
Gather your video, and let’s polish it before posting it to YouTube. Install FilmForth from the Microsoft store.
Step 1. Launch FilmForth, and create a new project by clicking on the New Project button.
Step 2. Then, we import the video by dragging and dropping one into the timeline. The same can be done using the Add Video/Photo Clips button.
Step 3. Select the video from the timeline and then click on the Detach Audio button from the tools dashboard.
Step 4. A red audio bar will appear in the timeline. Select the bar and press the delete button on your keyboard.
Step 5. Now, we will replace the audio with another audio file. Click on the Add Audio button given at the bottom of the tool’s dashboard.
Step 6. Inside the replace audio menu, click on the Add a local audio file button. Locate the locally stored file, and it will be added below the video as a red bar in the timeline feed.
Step 1. In the Edit section, head to the Effects menu from the tool’s dashboard.
Step 2. There will be over 28 effects for applying to the video. Try different ones out before finalizing the ideal option.
Compare the effects with default colors using the compare button.
With over 20 million users, Kizoa is banking on the experience for augmenting their online video editor. You need to log in for exporting the videos, so make sure to be logged in.
Online cloud storage(1 GB on the free plan) to store your videos, music, and more
Over 100 video templates for every occasion and event
An extensive library of video intros and outros
Only up to 1 min of video export in the free plan
My Movies and Moviemaker can be confusing initially
A proper video editor that feels like home, similar to the offline counterparts. There is no need to log in to an account for editing or exporting unless you want a watermark-free video.
Full-fledged interface for editing
Drag and drop any of the allowed elements into the timeline
Collaborative editing with team workspace
Inaccurate in recognizing scenes
Slower rendering in the free plan
Clipdeo exudes a modern feel while maintaining the classic touch. It keeps it as simple as possible while offering standard editing features.
Aspect ratio presets for YouTube
Upload video directly from the cloud(OneDrive, Google Drive)
Watermark in the free plan
Lacks advanced editing tools
When this is your first time editing YouTube videos, Biteable is the place to be. It takes care of everything behind the scene, mainly leaving the templates.
Library of over 300 media elements for the videos
Endless collection of fonts in the text menu
– Not suitable for advanced editing
– No video effects
Fastreel has individual menus for every tool offered by them. That’s something that is not found on many online YouTube editors. You can juggle between different tools for the video.
Auto audio trimmer according to the video length
Intuitive video timeline
Share the video directly to YouTube(in Premium)
Some essential features are not available to free users
No option to export in different video formats
As soon you are registered and logged in, you will get a separate browser window with the editor. Drag and drop a video into the Moovly editor and start editing.
Searchable library of media elements (GIFs, graphics, icons, etc.)
Access to Getty images on pay-per-basis
Screen recorder for webcam, screen, and the combination
Only 4 screen aspect ratios in the free version
Videos can only be imported in student or premium plan
Price: PAID; Free Plan available
Suitable for: Beginners, Intermediate
Compatibility: MP4(H.264), WEBM, MOV, M4V
Similar to Kapwing, FlexClip offers standard tools in the free plan. It supports exporting videos of up to 1080p resolution. You can import a video from local storage or use the stock videos.
Scenes based timeline for better management of the video
Premium video overlays with optional text boxes
Advanced video color menu
Only 480p videos in the free plan
Lacks Chroma key for background removal
Veed is a capable online YouTuber editor that offers pretty much what you are looking for. The user interface exudes a fluidic and is inspired by the minimal concept. Feels at home, and tools look positioned in a structured manner.
Clean Audio feature for eliminating unwanted noises
Accurate color pick of Chroma key
Collaborate on projects with invited people (through email)
10-minute limit in the free plan
Timeline feed is rigid, with less scope for layers
Saving the unconventional but free YouTube video online that does not have a video editing interface. You get a file manager where you select the video from the list and then proceed to the actions dialogue box.
Lightweight, lag-free operations
Absolutely free of charge
Cloud that can hold up to 1500 MB for one year
Not suitable for beginners, as it lacks an editor interface
Slower rendering the competitors
The Internet has hundreds of video editors; many are marketed as online YouTube video makers. However, not everyone is cut to provide the kind of service required for editing a video.
Take FilmForth for a spin and decide whether it helps make editing a process that you will look forward to in the future. On the online front, Veed and Clipdeo show some promise. You can try them out and see how it goes.
Karen is a professional writer with a background in column writing who enjoys resolving complex topics and explaining them in interesting ways.