Blender 2.79a

Blender is a widely used application for 3D modeling that comes with a full-fledged video editing solution built right in - the Video Sequence Editor or short VSE providing advanced Hollywood-style effects for a professional looking video. The VSE within Blender is a complete video editing software that allows you to combine multiple video channels and add effects to them. Using the Video Sequence Editor, you load multiple video clips and lay them end-to-end (or in some cases, overlay them), inserting fades and transitions to link the end of one clip to the beginning of another. Finally, add an audio track so you can synchronize the timing of the video sequence to match it. The result of using the Video Sequence Editor is your finished movie.

Blender Video Editor features includes:
Live preview, luma waveform, chroma vectorscope and histogram displays
Audio mixing, syncing, scrubbing and waveform visualization
Up to 32 slots for adding video, images, audio, scenes, masks and effects
Speed control, adjustment layers, transitions, keyframes, filters and more.

Blender Video Editor Screenshot

Blender - Video Sequence Editor Interface

Latest version: 2.79a (28 Feb 2018)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Download: Blender 32-bit (76.8 MB)
Download: Portable Blender 32-bit (99.8 MB)
Download: Blender 64-bit (83.8 MB)
Download: Portable Blender 64-bit (110.0 MB)

See also:
VideoLAN Movie Creator
Smart Video Merge
Video Logo Remover
OpenShot Video Editor

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