Wondershare’s Filmora offers the standard trimming, transitions, and overlays, along with effects we’ve come to expect in enthusiast-level video editing software. The company continues to add advanced and modern features like those you find in more established competitors—for example, motion tracking, keyframing, and speech-to-text. Filmora can get the job done, and its interface is clear and pleasing, but you’ll have to do without some of the fine control you get with other video editing apps.
With the latest update, Filmora gets an even slicker interface with new layout options, as well as new AI-powered tools like Smart Cutout tool for Photoshop-like masking, audio stretch, audio denoise, adjustment layers, more powerful keyframing, mask drawing, and loads more stock content. This all adds up to an excellent app, but one that still lags behind our favorite enthusiast-level video editing software, Editors' Choice winners PowerDirector and VideoStudio for the PC and Final Cut Pro for the Mac.
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How Much Does Filmora Cost?
Filmora sells as a subscription for macOS or Windows ($49.99 per year) or as a permanent license ($79.99). For $59.99 per year, you can get a cross-platform option that includes macOS use and mobile apps. New effect collections are added every month for subscription-paying customers. Licensing the software requires creating an online account, and you activate and deactivate computers through your web Account Center.
The price is less than you pay for market-leading Adobe Premiere Elements ($99.99) or CyberLink PowerDirector Ultimate ($139.99; or $69.99 per year). If Filmora meets your needs, it's an attractive price.
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You can get a free trial download of Filmora, which lets you export footage only 10 times and puts a Filmora logo on your exported projects. The trial has other limitations. For example, you need a paid license to get a bunch of effects for your video projects and 24/7 technical support.
Can Your PC Run Filmora?
The software, which is strong on support for old operating system versions, can run on Windows 7 through 11, or macOS 10.7 to 11. You need at least a 2GHz Intel i3 CPU, 8GB RAM, and at minimum an Intel HD Graphics 5000 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 700. Support for Apple Silicon processors is now native. Filmora takes up 1GB on my test PC, which is in the middle range for this type of software. Adobe Premiere Pro takes up 3.3GB, while Movavi Video Editor Plus needs only 285MB.
Filmora's Pleasing Interface
Filmora opens with a panel that lets you start a new project or open one you've previously worked on:
The Full Editor view resembles that of most video editing applications, with a three-panel layout for source content, video preview, and timeline across the bottom. You can now switch the layout using a button in the top-right control group, with choices for Default, Organize, Timeline, Short Video, and Classic. No matter which layout you choose, the program has a clean, simple, and dark interface, with intuitive icons. You can switch between black and light gray window borders, and the program respects your system's dark or light mode setting. You can full-screen the video preview and adjust the relative sizes of the panels.
When you start a project, you have a choice of Widescreen, Instagram (1x1), Portrait, Standard, or Cinema aspect ratios. From File > Project Settings, you can set a custom size if you like, as well as choose the frame rate.
Important source-switching buttons are always at the top left of the interface: Media, Audio, Titles, Transitions, Effects, Elements (graphics), and Split Screen. At the top right are buttons leading to tutorials, help, your account, the Export feature (clearly set apart in blue-green), the app's message center, and the ability to download more content—effects, videos, photos, and audio—from Wondershare FilmStock.
You can easily shrink and expand the timeline with Ctrl-mouse wheel or move back and forth with Alt-mouse wheel. Alternatively, you can fit it to the panel or use buttons to zoom in or out. There’s a search bar for anything you have in the source panel, and clear Undo and Redo arrows. Toolbar buttons above the timeline (which you can reorder and remove to taste) offer Undo, Redo, Delete, Split, Audio Stretch (new), Quick Split mode, Crop, Text, Speed, AI Matting (new), Duration, Motion Tracking, Keyframing, and Speech-to-Text—just for starters. You can customize this toolbar with 20 possible tools, shown below.
The number of tracks looks limited at first, but whenever you add another video clip below your main one, another track is added so you can keep overlaying. As with the Connected Clips in Final Cut Pro, these added clips in new tracks move in sync with the main track above them. It's a great way to keep your effect overlays where you want them. PiP (picture-in-picture) works easily, with WYSIWYG resizing handles in the preview.
The program lets you use a magnetic timeline approach (which you can turn off with a button over the timeline). Whenever you drag a clip onto the timeline, it snaps right to the previous clip, so there's never any empty space in the movie. Auto-Ripple is also on by default to keep your movie gap-free, but you can turn this behavior off, too. Trim from the start or end of a clip, and the current-position line shows scissors, letting easily split the current clip. The Quick Split mode mentioned above turns the vertical edit line into a dotted line, which you can click anywhere to split the timeline. There's no trimming in the source tray, however, so professionally trained editors may not feel at home. Also missing are advanced editing modes like slip, slide, and roll—but for amateurs, that’s probably for the best.
A plus sign on each clip lets you easily add it to the timeline at the insertion point. In addition to the timeline view, there's a Storyboard view that simply shows clip thumbnails, with spots for transitions in between. Helpfully, tracks on the timeline show audio waveforms.
Instant Cutter is a tool you can use during clip import and is intended for use with large high-resolution content. It’s very simple, with but one purpose, as its name implies. You can drag multiple clips onto its window, but only if you've selected its Merge sub-mode. The Trim mode is just for trimming the ends of a single clip, and its interface doesn't even show more than one clip in the right-side source tray. You can Add Segments, which means creating a new clip based on your trimmed original, but you can't explicitly split a clip. For some test clips, the tool produced an error saying they weren't supported, however.
Plenty of Transitions
Filmora offers more than 100 transitions, which are downloaded as you choose them. The first time after installation, none showed up for me until I searched for them. Search suggestions let you get to fade, warp, zoom, flash, and more styles easily. You can search for them by name as you can in PowerDirector and Adobe Premiere Elements, and it never failed to present me with the transition type I was looking for (though crossfade/cross dissolve is simply called dissolve). The generous selection is divided into 12 categories along the left panel, including Vertical, Fade & Dissolve, Warp, Speed Blur, Slideshow, Zoom, Glitch, Lens Flare, Brush, Smoke, Light, and Filmstock—Wondershare's online source of content. You can designate those you use often as Favorites, for easy access. Filmora uses unusual schematic diagrams and images to show what the transitions do, while most other programs simply show a sample A to B animation.
Adding transitions is blissfully free of tinkering with overlaps or worrying about where to position them. Drag one onto a seam and it's usually placed right where you want it, with content from the first and second clip automatically selected to create the desired transition effect. You can also add transitions with the plus sign on the right side of its thumbnail. Drag the transition’s timeline entry with the mouse to change where it occurs. You can also edit the amount of time a transition spans by dragging its edge. Double-clicking a transition entry opens a panel where you can decide whether the transition is overlapped, prefixed, or postfixed to the clips.
Special Effects and Color Editing in Filmora
As mentioned earlier, creating PiP effects is easier than before, and you can move and resize PiP windows right in the video preview by clicking on the appropriate timeline clip and dragging the crosshairs in the middle of the edges and corners. Chroma Key (aka green screen) worked very well and automatically for my test footage even with frizzy hair, which can often be difficult to mask.
The Effects panel now encompasses overlays, filters, LUTs, Audio Effects, and third-party tools from Boris and NewBlue. Its Video Effects section includes categories from AI Portrait to Shake to Night Life to Instagram-Like, which uses familiar names like Amaro, Brannon, and Hefe. These can add drama to your video just as they do to still photos. Distortions like mirror and water ripple, as well as a set of light leak and film style overlays are also included. Nearly 30 LUT (lookup table) effects are included, many named after the movies and shows whose colors they emulate—Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and so on. Those who pay for the subscription version of Filmora get more effects and objects, including movie templates, and color filters.
Smart Cutout is similar to a feature found in photo software like Photoshop. It can autocratically remove the background to create a cutout effect. You get to it from the AI Matting Tools button above the timeline (which also accesses the chroma keying and AI Portrait tools). It opens a dedicated dialog box that features a Smart Brush tool, which you use to draw over the person or object you want to cut out. You needn't be exact—that's why it's Smart!
You can just scribble on it and the whole object is selected. You then click the Smart Cutout button, which runs through the video, basically doing motion tracking with the object selected and the background removed. As is typical with these tools, you can erase or invert the auto-generated mask. You can also adjust the brush size, edge thickness, and feather. The Advanced mode just lets you control the tracking direction. In my test, the hair wasn't perfectly selected, but that's standard for any of these tools, even those from Adobe, and if you overlay it over a video background, the result looks pretty good. I appreciate that you can go back and edit the mask and tracking after the fact.
Related is the new Draw Mask function, which simply lets you place vertices around the video image to create a mask, as shown below.
The Motion Tracking tool works simply and fairly well. There aren’t a whole lot of settings in it, but that’s actually a refreshing change from the overstuffed collections of options the competition often includes. You draw a box around the object you want to track, hit Start Tracking, and then choose what you want to follow the track—a file of your own or a selection of mosaic blurs. Filmora does a good job tracking objects and people, and even displays a message saying the object you’re tracking must be visible the entire time. The mosaics aren’t placed on top of the track automatically, and it would be nice to be able to use text or graphics as well as the mosaic blurs.
The advanced Color options button above the timeline can open up either Color Correction or Color Match. The first offers presets (such as Warm, Vignette, Walking Dead) as well as adjustments like Exposure, Brightness, Contrast, Vibrance, and Saturation—all while displaying a live histogram. The control is impressive, though you don’t get the color wheels that more advanced editors now have. Color Match was slightly counterintuitive, but I finally figured out that the Reference image’s color would be applied to the Current frame (along with its entire selected clip); the tool performed this operation convincingly.
I don't love the stabilization tool's stretchy rubber band-looking results, though it does show you how much of the edges of your content will be cropped out—the more severe the crop, the more stabilization. Filmora's tool works, but products like PowerDirector, Adobe Premiere Pro, Movavi, and Final Cut Pro X have more advanced and effective stabilization tools.
The Speed adjustment tool, once again, is simple and effective. I’m pleased to see that it also offers a Freeze Frame option. You simply tap its button above the timeline, choose Slow, Fast, Normal, or Reverse, and then the fraction for slow and a percent for fast. The time change is conveniently and clearly written at the top of the clip in the timeline. You can even combine reverse with a speedup. The freeze frame simply adds a two-second still clip of the current frame.
When Keyframing appeared in an earlier version, you could only use it with position, rotation, scale, and opacity. As of the latest update, like Pinnacle Studio, it lets you time pretty much any effect or transformation with keyframes. It's easy to add keyframe markers from a timeline toolbar button, and you can drag them around in the timeline after placing them on it.
You also get Adjustment Layers, a very Photoshop-sounding concept. In video editing, it means you can create a set of adjustments that you can apply to multiple clips, not unlike the nodes in DaVinci Resolve.
The Smart Denoise tool could come in handy for very noisy shots, but it tended to blur more than I'd like in testing. It does offer sliders to adjust Threshold (basically strength) and Radius (size of particles), but it's not at the level of photo denoisers.
Text and Titles in Filmora
Adding titles and text is a snap, and Filmora includes more than 200 well-designed text and title templates, some with cool animations. Even the highly designed title templates are editable right in the video preview window. If you want even more customization, the Advanced Text Edit dialog lets you change the animation, font, and color fill for your text.
One frill missing is PowerDirector's and Premiere Elements' ability to use video fill in your text characters, but you can use a photo, which is pretty cool. In addition to text, you can choose from a good selection of objects and shapes to overlay onto your movie. A good many of the title styles require an extra effects subscription. You can get everything for an additional $20.99 per month, but I wish the standard annual subscription included them. That said, there's a generous selection of title styles included with the standard account.
Music and Audio in Filmora
Wondershare has greatly enhanced the program's audio capabilities, with new AI noise reduction tools and a music stretching feature to fit your video. Filmora's Music section includes hundreds of background tracks, which you can augment by adding your own music files or by downloading more from the Filmstock-only library. Be aware that you can't use some of these tracks for commercial purposes. Included music is organized into categories like Young & Bright and Tender & Sentimental. There's also a good selection of sound effects including wooshes, beeps, monsters, and even specific things like iron shreds dropping and crow calls.
An audio mixer lets you adjust each track's volume and panning. Dragging the timeline's audio waveforms up and down makes it easy to duck audio. You do get automatic audio ducking, but you don't get acoustic effects that simulate concert halls and other environments like those in PowerDirector.
The Silence Detection tool can identify parts of a clip with no audio and cut them out to create sub clips of just areas with audio. Good for a presentation where you want to get rid of dead parts of a presentation or speech.
The Denoise section gives you just what you'd want: AI Speech Enhancement, Wind Removal, standard denoise, Dereverb, hum removal, and hiss removal. Unfortunately, the wind removal didn't do much with one test clip, though AI Speech Enhance was impressive. But even that occasionally left a blip where there was strong background noise.
A final handy sound tool is the microphone button right below the video preview window, which lets you easily record a voiceover. And you get 30 minutes of speech-to-text transcription for automatic captions, which was accurate in a quick test I performed. Going the other way, the program also offers a text-to-speech tool with 10 voice types for use with caption files. You get 5,000 characters with your program license.
Filmora Sharing and Output
Filmora offers most of the output options you could want, including AVI, FLV, HEVC, MKV, MOV, MP4, and WMV. There's even an animated GIF choice. When outputting to one of the many supported file formats, you can choose quality settings of Best, Better, and Good. There are also buttons for creating and uploading Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo movies, as well as DVD burning. You don't, however, get DVD menu screens and chapters as you do with some other video editors. Output options include 4K and the efficient H.265 codec.
Filmora generally feels snappy to start up, load projects, and perform edits. It no longer stops responding on export as it had done in previous testing. I tested on a PC running 64-bit Windows 10 Pro with a 3.4GHz Core i7 6700 CPU, 16GB RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 with 4GB GDDR5 RAM. As with Corel VideoStudio, by default, GPU acceleration is not enabled. This is easy to change in the Settings menu, however.
But the software really shines in render speed. To test render time, I create a movie consisting of four clips of mixed types (some 1080p, some SD, some 4K) with a standard set of transitions, and render it to a 1080p MPEG-4 clip at 15Mbps, H.264 High Profile. The clip's audio is MPEG AAC Audio: 192 Kbps. I'm in the process of adding an 8K clip to the mix, so stay tuned.
For rendering the test movie, whose duration is just under five minutes, Filmora turned in an impressive time of 40 seconds to lead the pack of all video editing software I've tested, with CyberLink PowerDirector now behind at 69 seconds, and several programs took plenty longer, with three big names topping 200 seconds. With the 8K clip added to the test, Filmora turned in a time of 60 seconds, compared with PowerDirector's 72 seconds. I'll switch the chart to the updated test when I've revisited enough of the products.
Filmora Mobile Apps
Filmora now offers Android and iOS apps that include a remarkable number of editing features in a decent interface. Even hot new features like AI Smart Cutout are available in the apps, along with video editing standbys like trimming, overlays, and transitions. You can purchase the mobile app separately for $34.99 per year or $59.99 permanently.
The macOS edition of Filmora is feature-identical to the Windows software, including new features like AI Smart Cutout and audio stretch. Importantly, it now boasts native support for Apple Silicon CPUs like the M1 and M2. On a MacBook Air with M1 processor, the test project for my performance evaluation took 89 seconds, far better than the more-than-four minutes in my earlier test before the Apple Silicon support, but iMovie was able to render the project in 50 seconds on the same laptop.
Filmora or More?
Wondershare Filmora has an eye-soothing interface and offers a lot of nifty effects, text tools, and filters along with basic video cutting and good output options. In addition, its rendering speed is the fastest we've tested on Windows. Many video editors will find plenty to like with Filmora. Those who really dig into various effects like multicam, image denoise, and stabilization, however, will likely want to spend a bit more for more advanced software, such as PowerDirector and VideoStudio for PCs, and Final Cut Pro for Macs.
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Does anyone actually use Filmora? ›
Overall, I found Filmora to be pretty easily usable for beginners as well as pro video makers who want to edit videos from any handy device. It takes less time to render files which is another plus point. It gives us a fast preview while editing, unlike other video editing apps.Is it worth it to buy Filmora? ›
It has a very friendly interface that makes it easier to edit your first video, it has a large number of effects, filters, transitions and more tools so you can get a high-quality and professional video.Can Wondershare be trusted? ›
Security and Privacy. Wondershare data recovery clearly states on its website that its product is 100% safe. While it's difficult to ascertain if this statement is true beyond a shadow of a doubt, what we can tell is that the app is completely virus and malware-free so it's definitely safe from that standpoint.Why is Filmora the best? ›
A creative video editing platform made for creators working with any budget. Filmora provides video editing tools for creators, such as Keyframing,Split Screen, Motion Tracking, and easy-to-use features like Instant Model, Preset Templates, and Auto Beat Sync.Can Filmora be used professionally? ›
Filmora is an all-in-one video editor with powerful functionality and a fully stacked feature set. It makes professional video editing easy with an intuitive interface, drag and drop editing, and a great range of advanced video editing features.What software is better than Filmora? ›
Top 10 alternatives to filmora includes Doodly, Canva, Adobe Creative Cloud, Renderforest, Wondershare, Vyond, FlexClip, Promo.com, Lightworks and VSDC. Analyze a range of top Video Editing software that offer similar benefits at competitive prices.How do I get rid of Filmora watermark? ›
All you need to do is hit the selection tool, and you'll see a box appearing to remove the watermark. Now, you'll need to push that box into the watermark you're looking to remove. After all this, you need to press the'' Remove Now'' button to take off the Filmora watermark.What is the difference between Filmora free and paid? ›
There is only one difference between the free trial of Filmora and the paid version: videos exported from the free version will have a Filmora watermark. If you have been using the free version and now want to export a video without the watermark.Is Filmora from China? ›
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Perpetual Plan – $69.99
This is the one-time payment plan for Filmora X. Just $69.99, not even twice the amount for the annual plan, and you get an official license forever.
Is WonderShare really free? ›
Price: You can try out WonderShare UniConverter on a free trial but this doesn't allow you to do very much at all, and is really only good for trying out the interface. Paid plans start at $39.99 for a one-year license for one PC, with a lifetime plan available for $79.99.How much is Filmora premium? ›
There are a few different plans available from Filmora. They range in price from $49.99 per year to $109.99 per year for individuals. Business plans are $155.88 per year, per user. An educator plan is also available at discounted rates.Why do people use Filmora? ›
Filmora provides video editing tools for creators, such as Keyframing,Split Screen, Motion Tracking, and easy-to-use features like Instant Model, Preset Templates, and Auto Beat Sync.Is Filmora easy for beginners? ›
Wondershare Filmora has become one of the most popular editing software for beginners and pros alike who want a reliable and fast editing tool.What software do most movie editors use? ›
- 1 Premiere Pro Adobe.
- 2 Blender.
- 3 Adobe Effects After.
- 4 Avid Media Composer.
- 5 Corel VideoStudio.
- 6 DaVinci Resolve Studio 16.
- 7 Edius Pro 8.
- 8 CyberLink Powerdirector.
Compared with the paid version, there are two limitations of the trial version: 1. The exported videos in the trial version will be watermarked. When you try to export a video in the trial version, it will tell you there will be a watermark on your final video.Is Filmora free forever? ›
2. Is Filmora free? The full-featured editing tools and in-built effects and templates in Filmora are totally free to use, but there will be a watermark in the exported video. If you want to remove the watermark from the video, you need to subscribe.Which is better iMovie or Filmora? ›
Main Differences Between Filmora vs iMovie
Filmora has the best preset effects on the market, whereas iMovie's presets are nothing to get excited about. Filmora has a bit of a clunky workflow, whereas iMovie makes it simple to edit your video.
Unfortunately, a filmora watermark will be attached from your video because upgrading a free version into a pro version is required wherein you need to purchase for it. Otherwise, it will leave a big watermark on your video which will make your file useless.How much does it cost to remove Filmora watermark? ›
Perpetual Plan: Get Filmora for US$ 79.99 (one-time fee) including $9.99 for Filmstock Standard Assets and $5.99 for AI portrait add-on per month. You can un-check the later ones to buy Filmora Perpetual only at the cost of USD 79.99.
How do I activate Filmora for free? ›
- Activate with Wondershare ID: Click Login. Enter your Wondershare ID and password.
- Activate with registration code: Click Help > Offline Activation, input the Licensed e-mail and Registration code to register.
Wondershare Filmora has an eye-soothing interface and offers a lot of nifty effects, text tools, and filters along with basic video cutting and good output options. In addition, its rendering speed is the fastest we've tested on Windows. Many video editors will find plenty to like with Filmora.What features does the free version of Filmora have? ›
Free Filmora Benefits:
4K video editing support. Mac Touch-Bar support. Built-In video effects. Audio mixing.
If you are a beginner or intermediate-level video editor, you might be more inclined towards Filmora X. This budget-friendly professional video editing software does the job well. However, if you are a seasoned professional looking for more advanced features in your editing tool, Filmora Pro might be a better choice.Who owns Filmora? ›
Wondershare Software Company Ltd.Who is Wondershare owned by? ›
Tobee Wu is the founder and CEO of Wondershare Software, a company developing multimedia applications.Does Filmora have a time limit? ›
Filmora is free to use and there is no limitation in recording time, but there will be a watermark in the exported video.Is Filmora better than Premiere Pro? ›
It depends on what you want and how much you are willing to spend. Filmora is great for social media and quick projects. It's also cost-effective. Premiere Pro is used for social media and advanced projects where options like color grading, captioning, multi-platform exporting, etc., are required.How much is Filmora cheap? ›
Save -14%! This Filmora 12 Video Editing Software (Individual/Lifetime License Perpetual Plan) can be yours for only ₹6,999.00 ₹6,000.00. If you have any questions, ask us.How do I remove Filmora watermark for free? ›
Right-click on the Wondershare Filmora X button, choose Properties, and then you hit Open File Location. Next, you paste the copied activation file into the Filmora file folder. Right-click the activator and choose Run as administrator. Now, you can edit and export Filmora without watermark.
Is Wondershare a Chinese company? ›
Wondershare is headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.Is Filmora better than blender? ›
When assessing the two solutions, reviewers found Wondershare Filmora easier to use and administer. However, reviewers preferred the ease of set up, and doing business with Blender overall. Blender and Wondershare Filmora both meet the requirements of our reviewers at a comparable rate.Does Filmora reduce video quality? ›
With different playback quality levels, Filmora9 can create render files for the original videos respectively. The render files are smaller in terms of data, this may result in loss of video quality. So if your video quality is not good as the original file, you may need to check your Playback Quality setting.Which is the most easiest video editing software? ›
- PowerDirector - Best Overall.
- Corel VideoStudio Ultimate - Best for Face Effects.
- VideoProc Vlogger - Best for Speed Adjustments.
- iMovie - Best for Instant Movies.
- OpenShot - Best Open-Source Video Editor.
- VideoPad - Best for Social Media.
However, it's worth checking out Adobe Premiere Elements, Filmora, CyberLink PowerDirector, and Clipchamp if you want a beginner's video editor. They all offer something for different use-cases and skill-levels.Is graphic card necessary for Filmora? ›
Filmora for Windows System Requirements
RAM : 8 GB RAM (16 GB required for HD and 4K videos). Graphics : Intel HD Graphics 5000 or later; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 700 or later; AMD Radeon R5 or later.
- The program is not compatible with other installed applications.
- The program crashes or hangs periodically/frequently.
- The program is not as good as the user expected.
If your answer is Yes, then Wondershare Filmora & This Course are your best Fit. Wondershare Filmora has become one of the most popular editing software for beginners and pros alike who want a reliable and fast editing tool.Does Filmora have a watermark? ›
There is only one difference between the free trial of Filmora and the paid version: videos exported from the free version will have a Filmora watermark. If you have been using the free version and now want to export a video without the watermark.Why can't I delete Filmora? ›
Right-click Filmora icon, click Open File Location and double-click unins000.exe to uninstall. To remove Filmora from your system, go to Control Panel> Programs> Uninstall a program, right-click the Filmora icon and select Uninstall.