With the rapid advancement in smartphone cameras, anyone can now easily shoot high-quality 4k videos. These recordings are taken from the gadgets might be too long or broken, we may need a video editing tool to give a last touch.
we have review video editing app which is going to help you as your needs to edit your video easily without watermark of there company. These apps are already available in the app market but we cant find which app is good with specifications. We tested dozens of video editing apps on Google play and handpicked some of the best one.
1. Google Photos
If you are running stock Android, chances are you already have a decent movie editor built-in – Google Photos.
The photo viewer gives you two options to edit videos – it can either automatically mix your clips and some music to create a new video for you. Or you can use a custom video editor. To edit custom videos, open the Google Photos app, and select the bunch of different movies and photos that you want to include in your movie. Next tap on the ‘+’ icon on top and from the drop-down list select ‘Movie’ option. Google Photos will put together every clip you have selected in one movie while showing or hiding the unused portions of a clip, You can also tap on the music icon below the video and choose from various tracks provided by Google or even use your own music.
Google Photos is a cloud-based video editor, so you’ll need an active Internet connection to work. While your photos and video clips are uploaded to Google server, you can change the order of your videos, trim them, add text overlay and add movie filters like cinematic or black and white.
Verdict: Google Photos is a good alternative to the popular Magisto app but without the watermark, and it offers unlimited cloud storage.
2. Magisto Video Editor & Maker
Magisto Video Editor automatically turns your selected images/videos and music into a professional looking music video. By applying some smart filters and transitions that make them perfect for social media shares. Although to save them locally you need to pay. Magisto is the only complete video editor and marketing platform powered by A.I., Making it the fastest way to create, distribute and optimize video.
3. Quik – Free Video Editor
Quik is an app that lets you create great videos from photos or other clips on your smartphone. The app analyzes all the substance you chose, it consequently assembles a pleasant looking video including changes and a soundtrack.
Quik users can choose among up to 20 different styles for their videos, that will radically upgrade your resulting video. You’ll also be able to customize your video by adding text, filters, music, and other effects. All of this is easy with Quik’s simple and elegant interface.
In this last case, you’ll also be able to change video formats.
4. KineMaster Pro (Android)
The most professional video editing app for Android
Platform: Android | Multi-track editor: Yes | Export directly to YouTube: Yes | 4K support: YesFeature-rich Multi-track editingFree version adds watermarks
KineMaster is a top-notch, pro-level video editing app for Android. Supporting multiple layers of video (on supported Android devices), images and text, as well as multi-track audio, it enables you to trim video clips and layers precisely at frame-by-frame granularity, while audio clip timing can be adjusted with sub-frame accuracy.
KineMaster is free to use, but a watermark is added to videos and Premium assets and some tools are not available. You can subscribe to KineMaster Premium from within the app. Subscriptions to KineMaster Premium automatically renew unless you cancel in Google Play.
I use these four apps depending upon my need. They don’t put Watermark on videos . They all have basic features needed for video editing. Each app is better than other in one feature and lacks in another feature. So I use a combination of these apps to create a video. They all support 1080 p High quality video output.