Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the industry standards. This timeline-based video editing software can be used to edit clips and add a variety of effects and transitions. It is available in DoIT computer labs including in the Libraries.
Information Commons in Ellis Library
Student licenses for personal computers are available for a discounted price through DoIT.
Staff: you will have to check with DoIT about staff licenses.
Screen recording and video editing tool
Suggested Use: A great tool for creating tutorials or walkthroughs. Camtasia combines screen recording, video editing, and interactive tools to help you produce customizable videos.
Tips: Camtasia is available in the DMIL. Camtasia has detailed and very helpful tutorials to help you get started or to demonstrate new features. It is available for a 30 day free trial.
iMovie is a video editing software pre-downloaded on Macs.
Microsoft MovieMaker has a free option available with some limited features
HitFilm Express is a free video editing software.
You could do some level of editing in Panopto, if you had to – but there are very limited editing options there.