What is the best video editing app for Android?

Billy95Tech

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I create my Youtube videos on my 11.6 inch Windows 8 tablet Acer Iconia W700(I5 core) with Movie Maker and it is great.

I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and i would like to try to create my Youtube videos with a good video editor and i also record my videos with the Back Rear Camara(8MP).

I found a video editor called VideoPad Free and the interface is like Movie Maker and look to be featured packed as well.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nchsoftware.videopad_free&hl=en

Do you think VideePad is a good video editor?

What is the best video editor for Android just like Windows Movie Maker?

If no then i still be happy to continue making my Youtube videos on my Acer Iconia W700. :)
 

MRU

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Sign into your Samsung account, then go into samsung store, and download the official Samsung Video Editor.
 

Billy95Tech

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Sign into your Samsung account, then go into samsung store, and download the official Samsung Video Editor.
Thanks, i have the video editor by Samsung on my Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

But is it as good as Windows Movie Maker and does it have features like splitting and deleting a part of the video, Adding sound affects and background music into my videos?

Do you use Samsung video editor? You have a Note Pro 12.2 you said in one of my threads i remember.
 

MRU

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Thanks, i have the video editor by Samsung on my Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

But is it as good as Windows Movie Maker and does it have features like splitting and deleting a part of the video, Adding sound affects and background music into my videos?

Do you use Samsung video editor? You have a Note Pro 12.2 you said in one of my threads i remember.

To be honest I'm a mac user ... I have only ever experienced window movie maker by proxy when trying to fix things, so can't comment. The samsung video editor on tablets is 'nearly' on par with iMovie on iPad. It's free - its worth downloading and trying yourself anyway. :)
 

leonbob

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Hi, what were your findings?
I am myself planning on getting a GalaxyTabPro 8.4 and would like to know which is the best android video editor

I believe the contenders are:
KineMaster, VideoPad and Cyberlink PowerDirector
Have you tried them all?

Thanks!
 
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