Edit your movie with effects, layers, nodes, stabilization, reframing, using DaVinci Resolve
Do you really need a powerful video editor? Then you should try DaVinci Resolve, for editing, visual effects, motion graphics, color correction and audio post production. Its commercial version is expensive, but it offers mainly team editing and more filters you may not even want to use. The free version also limits output to Ultra HD resolutions and supports a single processing GPU.
The program’s interface is not overwhelming; most features are “hidden” in the menus, including context menus. When you right click your movie you are presented with really a lot of options.
DaVinci Resolve will give you power to edit your movie with effects, layers, nodes, and more. The program is full of features, it’s difficult to have problems finding what you need, from image stabilization to HSL curve grading or reframing. With a single click, you can instantly move between editing, color, effects, and audio.
No need to say that the program regards mainly directors or otherwise professionals in the movie business, although anyone who needs to edit a movie may like to use it.