Filmora by Wondershare provides cutting, transitions, and overlays, as well as the effects we’ve come to expect from enthusiast-level video editing software. Since our last review, the firm has incorporated more advanced and contemporary features comparable to those of more established rivals, such as motion tracking. Filmora is capable of doing the task, and its interface is clean and aesthetically beautiful, but it lacks some of the fine control offered by competitors.
Filmora’s Full Editor view mimics that of the vast majority of video editing programs, with a three-panel layout for source content, video preview, and timeline down the bottom. It offers a straightforward, uncluttered, and dark UI with non-skeuomorphic controls. You may choose between black and light-gray window borders, and the software will respect your system’s dark or light mode. You cannot remove panels, but you may alter their relative sizes and see the video sample in full-screen mode.
You may choose between Widescreen, Instagram (1×1), Portrait, Standard, or Cinema aspect ratios when you begin a new project. From File > Project Settings, you may select a custom resolution and frame rate, if desired.