When comparing VSDC Free Video Editor vs ivsEdits LE, the Slant community recommends VSDC Free Video Editor for most people. In the question“What is the best free video editing software?” VSDC Free Video Editor is ranked 10th while ivsEdits LE is ranked 12th.
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Pro Feature rich for a free app
Pro Good quality export
The only free editor which enables a Full HD export
Pro Good format support
Most major video and audio formats are supported.
Pro Suprisingly wide choice of video effects and transitions
Pro Smooth playback
VSDC Free Video Editor exceeds the standard array of functions required for modest editing goals. Faced with a long video conversion: a 7:30 minute video (a part of which was accelerated at 800%) was exported in 20 minutes.
Pro Free features that competitors lock behind paywalls
ivsEdits is frame accurate and has audio feedback on Timeline scrub. These are basic features that several free competitors miss.
Pro Functionally competitive with other video editors
The layout is impressive, and that impression sticks throughout, especially when it comes to multiple live camera inputs.
Pro The UI is very easy and intuitive
It is very easy to add effects and transitions.
Pro A great free option
One of the better free options for editing video.
Con Interface is not as straightforward as it could be
VSDC exposes a lot of information. And a good amount of that information is non-essential. That results in a slightly cluttered interface that can get in the way of actually editing the material. Similarly, some workflow conventions are dated. For example, cutting a clip needs a separate interface. All of that combined ends in having to learn a lot more about the software before it can be used.
Con Windows only
Although it supports all versions of Windows, Mac and Linux users will have find another video editor, since ivsEdits is not cross platform.
Con Limited free version
The free version is limited (compared to the full version) in what formats it can export, as well as supported capture formats and bundled apps. This is to be expected though as the pro version is a professional geared app that costs €800.