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The 5 Best Video Editing Software for Mac OS X

A huge number of video editing software available in industry both paid and free, it will be probably a tough task for you to choose one editing tool from the list and then to accomplish your editing task! So, here we write this article which lists the 5 best video editing software for Mac to help you make a final decision. These software have been tested and proven to be the most effective ones for video editing on Mac OS X(macOS Sierra). Learn details now.

Reviews on Top 5 Video Editing Software for Mac

NO 1. Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac

Supported Formats:
4K/HD (Camcorder) Video- AVCHD M2TS/MTS, TS, XAVC, XAVC S, MOD, TOD etc.
Almost All Mainstream Video- MP4 (MPEG4/H.264/H.265), AVI, WMV, MOV, WebM, FLV, 3GP, MKV, VOB, ASF etc.
OS: Mac OS X Leopard to macOS Sierra (Latest Version)

If you're familiar with Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, you may define it a video converting program. Actually, this program can also be a qualified video editor for Mac. It offers a bundle ofeasy-to-use video editing tools leading users to achieve customization instantly. You can split or join video files, trim thewhole video to a set of segments by setting start and end time, crop black bar or unwanted parts of image, merge multiple videos in different format into a single file,add external subtitles (.srt, .ass/.ssa) for a foreign movie/music video, add image or text watermark with transparency andlocation adjustment. You are also allowed to renew values of video/audio parameters, including codec, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, resolution, sample rate, channel for outputing a specialeffect with this video editing software for Mac.

The most outstanding feature of Brorsoft is simple but effective. It keeps user experience first so you don't have to waste time bumbling around with confusing controls and options while giving you enough advanced features for video editing. In a word, Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac is simple to get started, cheaper than a rival option, and plenty of fun. If you're not an editing whiz, trying to tackle professional, pricey programs can be more than intimidating.

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

NO 2. iMovie

Supported Formats: DV/HDV, AVCHD, MPEG-2, MP4 (MPEG4/H.264), MOV
OS: Mac OS X, iOS

Apple iMovie is easy to use- you just choose your clips, add music, effects and titles. It supports 4K-resolution video for beautiful movies. The beginner-friendly software is equipped with dozens of styles to add animated credits and titles to movies. Filters include monochrome, vintage western and futuristic cool blue, among others. Built-in sound effects, music and voiceover recording add a professional touch. Users with advanced video editing experience may want to take advantage of features that allow changing the speed of a video, the addition of split-screen effects and picture-in-picture capability.

Apple iMovie video editing software is free for all recent model Mac computers and low-cost for older Macs. Find it at the Mac App Store. An iMovie app is available for Apple's other devices, so you can share the movie you make on your Mac with your iPad, iPhone and Apple TV.

NO 3. Final Cut Pro

Supported Formats: DVD/HDV, AVCHD (MTS/M2TS), Motion JPEG, MP4 (MPEG4/H.264), 3GP, AVI, MOV, MXF
OS: Mac OS X 10.6.8 and later

Apple's Final Cut Pro is advanced video editing software for the Mac. The software's Magnetic Timeline 2 feature eliminates unwanted gaps in the timeline and syncing problems. Professionals and advanced users alike appreciate the media organization features that use automatic metadata and keywords to locate clips. The multichannel audio editing controls are extensive in Final Cut Pro and include suppression of complete channels and adjustments to timing and volume.

Other features include:
- Advanced chroma keying
- Customizable share interface
- Color grading and masks
- 3D titles
- Compound clips
- Ecosystem of third-party products available
- Tight integration with Apple's Compressor software

NO 4. Avidemux

Supported Formats: AVI, ASF, WMV, FLV, MKV, MPEG, TS, MP4, MOV, 3GP, VOB etc.
OS: Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, BSD

Avidemux is another great free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Linux and BSD under the GNU GPL license and supports a variety of video, image and audio formats, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4, MOV, ASF, JPG, AAC, AC3, etc. High compatibility with many video formats is the highlight of this free video editing software for Mac.

NO 5. Kdenlive

Supported Formats: DV/HDV, AVCHD, MPEG2, MP4 (MPEG4/H.264), AVI, WMV, FLV etc.
OS: Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD

Kdenlive shows excellent work on video editing based on the MLT Framework and KDE as an open-source free program. It allows users to merge a set of media including video, audio and image into a single file with customized resolution, frame rate, PAR and DAR. The multi-track editing with a timeline can be applied to an unlimited number of video/audio tracks. This video editing software for Mac also owns essential tools to create, delete, move and crop clips, while a diverse of effects and transitions for video/audio, like rotations, colors, phase and pitch shifting, volume and more are used for enriching the output file.

Conclusion
OK. That's the list of top 5 video editing software for Mac in 2017. After going through the list, you might have got an idea and choose the one which suites your requirement best. As for us, the three most-concerned factors for choosing a video editor are: ease of use, enough functions and price. And we are pretty much sure that you will have some suggestions for us. You're freely to share with us.

P.S. If you are looking for a video editor for Windows PC, refer to top 5 video editing software for Windows 10 to choose a proper one.

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