Top 19 Online Video Editors
Last updated: September 10, 2021
Canva gives you everything you need to easily turn ideas into stunning designs. Create designs for Web or print: blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and so much more.
Biteable puts the power of video in your hands. Create a video from scratch using our broad library of animations and footage. Or pick a professionally crafted template for instant results. Simply drop in text, photos or video and – shazam – you’re done.
Powtoon is an online business presentation software tool that allows you to create free, cool, and awesome animated video explainers. Cut your development time and budget, increase engagement, boost your SEO, and stand out from the crowd with PowToon’s quick and powerful animated videos editor.
Make great business videos. Create professional quality videos with your photos and video clips within minutes. Create your first video within minutes. No video editing experience required. Simply add your pictures, text, and/or video clips. We've already got the music. Easily post and track your videos on the web, social media, and email, or download to DVD.
Moovly’s drag-and-drop video maker makes it simple and intuitive to create engaging videos using a huge library of over a million free media objects. Create your explainer videos, promo videos, video tutorials or training videos with Moovly's online video editor and video templates
Online video, animation, logo, and website maker. Use our online branding tools to design your logo, create professional intros, animations, promo videos, slideshows, music visualizations, landing pages or even a professional website.
Lumen5 is a video creation platform powered by A.I. that enables anyone without training or experience to easily create engaging video content within minutes.
Vyond is a cloud-based, animated video creation platform for businesses. Create visually captivating animated videos for your business with ease. From training and employee engagement to explainer videos and brand storytelling
Say goodbye to complicated video editing and let Magisto do the work for you. Magisto is your ultimate video editor, editing all your videos and photos in a single app. Magisto turns your everyday videos and photos into exciting, memorable movies you'll want to watch
Adobe Spark is an online and mobile design app. Easily create stunning social graphics, short videos, and web pages that make you stand out on social and beyond.
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WeVideo is the leading online video creation platform for video editing, collaboration, and sharing across iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebook, MAC, PC. Go beyond the templates. Add a personal touch to your videos. Securely access and edit your WeVideo content anytime from anywhere.
With over 2M marketing videos already created, our award winning online video maker gets you noticed where it counts. With Promo.com you have everything you need to take your videos to new heights.
Kapwing is a collaborative platform for creating images, videos, and GIFs.
InVideo enables you to transform your content into great videos. Join creators from 150+ countries making quick and easy videos
Rocketium is a suite of video creation products, consisting of a DIY video maker, video API for automated video creation, and a fully integrated white-label solution.
Online photo & video editor. Find exceptional shots, creative collages, blended photos, artistic selfies, original drawings and more in our galleries.
Use Clipchamp’s free video editor, compressor, converter and webcam recorder to create beautiful videos.
Loopster is a simple and easy to use video editing application that can fill both personal and business needs. Create and edit videos with many easy to learn features that will have you editing like a Hollywood producer in no time. Choose from four packages that suit your needs from the most basic to movie producer to the education package. Whatever you want, Loopster provides the necessary tools for success.
FlexClip is a simple yet powerful video maker that creates marketing videos and family stories in minutes.
Latest news about Online Video Editors
2021. Microsoft acquires video creation and editing software maker Clipchamp
Microsoft announced it’s acquiring Clipchamp, a company offering web-based video creation and editing software that allows anyone to put together video presentations, promos or videos meant for social media destinations like Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. According to Microsoft, Clipchamp is a “natural fit” to extend its existing productivity experiences in Microsoft 365 for businesses. This, explains Microsoft, has allowed video to establish itself as a new type of “document” for businesses to do things like pitch an idea, explain a process or communicate with team members.
2021. Adobe is buying Frame.io for $1.28B
Adobe is acquiring Frame.io, a video review and collaboration platform used by over a million customers, for $1.275 billion. Frame.io platform helps creative professionals streamline the video creation process by centralizing media assets, including dailies, scripts, storyboards, work-in-progress and more, while also allowing for frame-accurate feedback and comments, annotations and real-time approvals. The company additionally touts faster upload speeds than other cloud hosting services, like Vimeo, Box, Dropbox and others. Adobe said the combination of its creative software, including Premiere Pro and After Effects video editing products, and Frame.io’s review and approval functionality would “deliver a collaboration platform that powers the video editing process.” The Frame.io web platform was designed to be a part of its customer’s existing processes, by integrating with non-linear editing systems (NLEs) such as Adobe Premiere Pro.
2021. OpenReel raises $19M to simplify remote video production
OpenReel, a startup that makes it easier for teams to record videos remotely, has raised $19 million in Series A funding. OpenReel’s “remote camera” technology is supposed to make the process much simpler, while also giving production members more control. The software allows a remote director to control a webcam or mobile device, along with up to four people recording and four people viewing the shoot in real time. The footage (which can be 4K quality) is stored locally, then automatically uploaded after the shoot. And it supports additional features like a teleprompter.
2021. Reduct.Video raises $4M for its AI-based online video editor
Reduct.Video, the startup that is hoping to dramatically increase the amount of videos created by businesses, has raised a $4 million round. The startup’s technology is already used by customers including Intuit, Autodesk, Facebook, Dell, Spotify, Indeed, Superhuman and IDEO. Reduct uses artificial intelligence, natural language processing and other technologies to simplify the process by automatically transcribing video footage (users can also pay for professional transcription), then tying that transcript to the video. It makes editing a video as simple as editing text: AI transcription connects every single word to the corresponding moment in the video.
2021. Capsule raises $2 million for its collaborative video platform aimed at brands
Capsule, a video Q&A platform aimed at brands, has closed on $2 million in pre-seed funding. It offers a full platform for hosting Q&A sessions, where the brand starts with a template that they then customize to match their campaign by changing the logo, colors, buttons, background and URLs. The brand will then write their questions and prompts for consumers to answer, in the form of short video responses. The consumers’ responses to the Q&A are curated for the final video product. What makes the technology even more interesting is how Capsule assembles this footage. Capsule instantly and automatically processes the video, adding elements like music and graphics, pre-roll or post-roll, which makes the resulting video appear professionally edited.
2021. Descript raises $30M to build the next generation of video and audio editing tools
Descript, which builds tools that let creators edit audio and video files by using, for example, natural language processing to link the content to the editing of text files, has picked up $30 million in a Series B round of funding. Descript is a collaborative audio/video editor that works like a doc. It includes transcription, a screen recorder, publishing, full multitrack editing, and some mind-bendingly useful AI tools. The company had early wins by signing on customers like NPR, Pushkin Industries, VICE, The Washington Post and The New York Times, as well as smaller and more modest media outfits.
2020. Biteable raises $7M for its template-based online video builder
Online video platform Biteable, a startup that makes it easier to create polished and professional videos using templates and a library of images and animations, has raised $7 million in Series A funding. The service today competes with products from Vimeo, Canva, Adobe and others, but focuses on creating video assets that have more staying power than temporary social videos. These sort of videos are in more demand than ever, as the pandemic has prompted increased use of video communications — particularly among smaller businesses — which has also helped Biteable to grow, the company says.
2020. Video creation and editing platform InVideo raises $15M
InVideo, a Mumbai-based startup that has built a video creation and editing platform, has raised $15 million as it looks to court more users and customers worldwide. The startup offers a freemium web-based editing tool that allows users to create videos that are fit to be published on popular social media platforms (such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube). In the year since its launch it has amassed more than 800,000 users who have created videos in over 75 languages. It has also courted several high-profile customers, including Reuters, AT&T, Dropbox and P&G, Sanket Shah. Some of these customers are white-labeling InVideo platform to their own clients.
2020. YouTube launches a free, DIY tool for creating short video ads
YouTube has launched a new tool aimed at small businesses that need a simple, low-cost way to create videos, but may not have the creative experience or technical know-how required to do so. The YouTube Video Builder, as the new tool is simply called, has been in testing with a small group of customers for months but has been rushed to launch more publicly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, where in-person video shoots are no longer an option, and many small businesses are strapped for cash. The video can then be used wherever the business sees fit, including embedded on other websites or shared elsewhere on social media. And if the business chooses, they can run the videos as ads through Google Ads.
2019. Canva introduces online video editing
Canva, the design company with nearly $250 million in funding, has today announced a variety of new features, including a video editing tool. The video editing tool allows for easy editing with no previous experience required, and also offers video templates, access to a stock content library with videos, music, etc. and easy-to-use animation tools. The company has also announced Canva Apps, which allows developers and customers alike to build on top of Canva. Thus far, Dropbox, Google Drive, PhotoMosh and Instagram are already in the Canva Apps suite, with a total of 30 apps available at launch.
2019. Cloud video collaboration platform Frame.io raises $50 million
Frame.io, a video review and collaboration platform now used by over a million customers, has raised $50 million in Series C funding to further expand its investment in cloud-based video workflows. Frame.io platform helps creative professionals streamline the video creation process by centralizing media assets, including dailies, scripts, storyboards, work-in-progress, and more, while also allowing for frame-accurate feedback and comments, annotations, and real-time approvals. The company additionally touts faster upload speeds than other cloud hosting services, like Vimeo, Box, Dropbox, and others.
2017. Google kills Youtube Video Editor
YouTube will shut down its built-in Video Editor feature on Sept. 20. One of Google's community managers wrote in the YouTube Help Forum that the axing comes as a result of "limited usage of these features." As few as 0.1 percent of all creators use the built-in video editing tools, so describing its popularity as "limited usage" is a bit generous. The site's Enhancements feature will stick around in the Video Manager, so users will still be able to tweak their uploads with blur effects, filters, and trimming directly on the page. You'll essentially be able to make your footage watchable still, but if you want some next-level editing, you'll have to check out other alternatives.
2016. Animoto gives businesses an easy way to create social videos
Animoto is launching a new product for businesses that want to post their own marketing videos for Facebook and other social networks — but don’t necessarily have the team or the skills needed to create something slick. Animoto’s Marketing Video Builder should allow you create a video without a big production budget or extensive editing skills. The key to this approach is realizing that most marketing videos can be broken down into a number of common “components,” which can then be stitched together into a video. You choose from a number of possible templates, which are basically storyboards built from those smaller components. For each component, you just follow the instructions, which might mean uploading a certain number of photos or videos. The text and fonts can be edited, you can add voiceover to each piece and you can also customize the video by adding or removing components.
2016. Frame.io created video collaboration extension for Adobe Premiere Pro
Frame.io launched an extension that will enable video editors to use the video collaboration tool inside the video-editing program Adobe Premiere Pro. The ability to respond to changes from within Premiere while editing creates a more efficient workflow. For example, it enables to export directly from the edit sequence to Frame.io and add collaborators easily. The Premiere extension is perfect for editors, and the web application is great for customers/clients.
2015. Video collaboration startup Frame.io raised $2.2M
Frame.io, the service that improves collaboration process around video production has raised a $2.2 million. Co-founder and CEO Emery Wells says Frame.io emerged from his own frustrations about the tools available when he needed to work with clients, team members and other collaborators. On a typical project, you could share media files via Dropbox, Box or Hightail, but they don’t offer a great video-viewing experience, so might end up posting videos privately on YouTube or Vimeo. Bt even then, Wells said, “Communicating in a static email sucks; you just end up with a mess of links.” With Frame.io, you can upload video, photo and audio files; view the files in your browser; compare different versions; leave time-stamped annotations and comments; and even draw directly on the video or image.
2012. Xtranormal - create movies for your business
We always encourage businesses to create promotional and educational videos, because video - is the most convenient and interesting format for customers and trainees. But creating videos on your own - is quite difficult, and ordering professional videos - is quite expensive. Fortunately, the special services can help to solve this problem. The most famous of them - Xtranormal. Using this service you can create an interesting movie in 15 minutes. Just select a scene, the actors, write scripts for them and arrange cameras. Your video can be immediately downloaded or published to Youtube. However, meanwhile it's suitable only for those companies that are marketing products to English-speaking customers, because the actors in Xtranormal can speak only in English. And of course, the service is not free. For free you can make only a couple of films (with Xtranormal watermarks). And then you'll need to buy scenes and pay to the actors, or subscribe to the unlimited business plan.