The MAGIX Video Pro X6 video editing software offers professional production starting at a sub-$400 price. It's fully 64-bit with support for 4K and pro cameras, and full of features including multicam editing, stabilization and scalable proxy editing. Additional bonuses, like nested sequences, make it even more interesting.
Corel VideoStudio Pro X7 is a stand-alone video editing tool that provides a straightforward editing interface for newcomers, a quite accessible interface for additional customization options, 64-bit performance, and some additional bonus features, all at a price well under $100.
Sony Creative Software has an excellent reputation in the video industry. Their latest version, Movie Studio 13, promises great results for the hobbyist and beginner. But can editing really be that easy?
Final Cut Pro X has taken great strides and matured into one of the most innovative video editing software titles in recent history. Apple has been working hard over the past two and half years to update and improve Final Cut Pro X, and the latest version, 10.1, brings tons of great improvements that may have you thinking twice about your editing software of choice.
In an ideal scenario, all your slow motion shots would be pre-planned, and you could shoot at proper frame rates to get great looking, frame accurate, slow motion. But what if you want to slow down regular old 24 or 30p footage, or you want to slow down 60 or 120p footage beyond the frames you have? Using the right post production tools with the right footage can give you stunning results.