This easy-to-use video editor for Mac is 36% off


On macOS, Wondershare Filmora offers auto reframing, touch bar support and more.
Filmora offers many advanced features to make editing your videos easy.
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It might look glamorous, but actually making videos is challenging. Once you get past the writing and the filming, you still have to get through the editing.

Usually, video editing proves incredibly time-consuming and tedious. But Wondershare Filmora is a quick, simple video editor that makes content creation a breeze. And perpetual licenses for Filmora are on sale for $69.99 (regularly $109) for a limited time.

Video editing made easy

Filmora has a lot going for it. If you want to produce a video in a hurry, you can use a preset template that lets you easily fill in the blanks and create a masterpiece. Instead of manually syncing your sound, you can set up the Auto Beat Sync that matches footage with music. You can even use Speed Ramping to smoothly transition between frames.

This accessible video editor for Mac makes many tools you’d normally find in advanced software easy to use without compromising on quality. For instance, Filmora’s AI can automatically detect a subject in your video and set it as the focal point.

Looking for something more stylized? Boris FX lets you add visual effects to create the ambiance you’ve been looking for. And you can add animated titles and motion graphics using NewBlue FX. No more animated titles that look like they’re straight out of a slideshow.

Unlike many video editors, Wondershare Filmora also offers audio editing tools like Audio Ducking for natural dialogue and music fadeouts, and auto-sync so you don’t have to rely as heavily on your own ear. Once the audio is matched, you can start refining the visuals with Color Match and Color Correction. Apply the same style of color correction across clips and get tons of options for color styles.

Need more convincing? One GetApp reviewer wrote, “Love the fact that its timeline is easy to use. Love it because it has more effects and presets which are also quite easy to use than what I was using before.”

Save on Wondershare Filmora

Make videos you would want to watch. Get a perpetual license to Wondershare Filmora video editor, on sale for $69.99 (regularly $109).

Prices subject to change. 


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