Favorite free video editing software for a Mac?

Someone asked me to recommend free video editing software for a Mac, but I'm only familiar with the pricey professional software. I'm sifting through reviews, but wondered if anyone with personal experience could make a recommendation.

Any favs?
Asked Oct 28, 2011
The one that comes with the mac: iMovie. It's quite user friendly and the newest version can do some pretty cool stuff.
Answered Nov 09, 2011
I believe, that rockband may be a program already included into a Mac when you buy it. However, this is speaking from two years back when I was in 8th grade and doing a computer class. When it comes to video editing for me, I use adobe after effects CS4. It is a little pricey, but it is compatible with both Mac and PC I believe. It requires a lot of computer memory/ram though. I have it as a cracked version though. Good luck (:
Answered Nov 01, 2011
BlazeVideo Video Magic is best video converter software includes video editing, video converting - AVI, MP4, MPEG, H.264, WMV, 3GP, ASF converter
Answered Mar 12, 2012
Edited Mar 12, 2012
I recommend you to use Kigo Video Converter free for Mac. It can edit your video files, such as trimming movies into segments, merging files to single file, cropping video size, setting video effects, and even adding watermark onto your movies. Official website: http://kigo-video-converter.com/free-video-converter-mac/index.html
Answered Sep 01, 2015

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