Top 3 Filmora9 Alternatives for 2020

Filmora9 is an affordable and simple to use video editor for novices and casual users. The program includes a bunch of cool title presets, transition effect as well as video effect and elements which can help you create video faster. I have been using Filmora9 for making my Youtube videos and am really happy with what it gives me. However, for some reason that you don’t like Filmora9 and want to find a similar alternative, then this is the right article for you.

In this article I have summarized the 3 best Filmora9 replacement software for 2020. There are both free and paid software in this list so you can easily choose for yourself.

1. Movavi Video Editor Plus 2020 (Better Price)

Movavi video editor plus 2020 is also a simple to use video editor, designed for casual users like Filmora9. It’s a classic timeline NLE video editor with load of presets and templates, as well as video effect and transition. To be honest, the movavi video editor plus 2020 is almost identical to filmora9 in terms of workflow, user interface, and performance. The only slight difference is in the price of the software license. If Filmora9 license is $ 69.99 / lifetime, Movavi video editor plus 2020 will only cost $ 59.95. Added to that, Movavi Video Editor Plus 2020 is a 7 days free trial software. After free trial period, you will need to consider to buy a license to continue using it. Take a look at below overview of Movavi video editor plus 2020 to see if it works for you.

2. Davinci Resolve 16 (More Advance Features)

Davinci Resolve 16 is a professional video editing suite you can use for free without watermark on the output. It’s one of the best alternatives to Filmora9 when it comes to making videos. Davinci Resolve 16 has some advance features which Filmora9 doesn’t such as free hand masking tool and advance color grading options as well as video keyframes. The only downside of Davinci Resolve 16 is its higher system requirements and steep learning curve. If you own a high end computer and being patient enough to learn new things, Davinci Resolve 16 is great free alternative to Filmora9 for you.

Take a look at below overview of Davinci Resolve 16 to learn more about it:

3. Camtasia 2020 (Better For Education)

Filmora9 is a video editor for making YouTube videos. And Many YouTubers are online trainers, or teachers who commonly creates screencasts. Filmora9 has a built-in screen recorder, designed for screen video recording purposes. However, this screen recorder lacks some advance features such as the capability to save video recording, system audio, mouse click and webcam video in different tracks like other professional screencast software. Added to that, it does not include custom mouse cursor effect and animation keyframe which makes it difficult to create educational tutorial quickly. Camtasia 2020, on the other hand, is a professional screencast software, meaning that it’s designed mainly for making tutorial videos. It has a great built-in screen recorder and load of useful features for making online training videos. If you’re going to make educational videos, Camtasia 2020 is absolutely a better option compare to Filmora9.

Bottom Line

There are many types of video editing software in the world today. Each type is designed for a certain purpose. Filmora9 is not the only video editing software in the world. You have a lot of alternatives to it. I hope this post is helpful for you. If you have any further question, don’t hesitate to contact us any time.

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