Lightworks is powerful and full-featured - don't hesitate to check the official video tutorials.
Lightworks is a non-linear editing system software that was developed by LWKS Software Ltd ('LWKS'). It was released in 1989 and was used in many award-winning productions, such as Pulp Fiction and The Wolf of Wall Street, among others. In this article, we discuss some of the software’s key features, as well as some additional information.
Here are some of the key features of the Lightworks video editing software:
Multicam Editing: In big productions, using multiple cameras is frequent. Lightworks makes this editing easier and users can create a group of synced clips from a bin and sync it with their edit.
Trimming: This part of the editing process can be slow and not very exciting - this is why Lightworks aims to offer users a fast way to trim their clips. In addition to that, the software’s trimming feature promises great precision.
Speed: Lightworks allows users to import, render, and export quickly while having the possibility to continue editing. For example, exporting two files at the same time is also supported.
Format Support: Lightworks supports almost every possible format. This includes ProRes, Avid DNxHD, AVC-Intra, DVCPRO HD, RED R3D, DPX, AVCHD (with AC3 audio), H.264, XDCAM EX / HD 422, among others.
Lightworks is a software for professional purposes, which means that beginners may have a hard time handling it. However, there are official video tutorials that might help you start with Lightworks.
No, the Lightworks editing software is not free - prices start are $24.99 a month.
In order to run this software on your computer, you need Windows 7 and later (64-bit). You can also enjoy Lightworks on: