Best AI Video Editing Tools | Digital Trends

If you want to create video content, you need to know how to edit it. At least, you did. With the power of some of the latest AI video editing tools, you can get away with it with just a few clicks. Some of the best AI video editors have the power to create your content for you or repackage it for different platforms with the click of a button.

You’ll still need to record the footage yourself (most of the time) and there’s no substitute for good human-guided editing, but if you want some AI tools to help you and speed up your editing, here’s the best video editing AI suite you can use right now.

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Adobe PremierePro


One of the most iconic digital video editing suites now also features artificial intelligence tools. Adobe Premiere Pro includes AI color matching to approximate the color tone of different shots; Auto Reframe which automatically discovers the focal point of your videos, allowing you to convert videos from horizontal to vertical in just a few clicks; Content Aware Fill automatically removes detail from a scene you don’t want, replacing it with a believable extension of the scene; Audio Ducking that automatically lowers the volume of music and noise during dialogue or other important audio; Morph Cut that automatically smooths transitions between scenes and a scene change detection tool that can automatically trim your longer videos for you.

Adobe Premiere Pro is an advanced video editing suite. With these AI tools, it’s easier than ever to use. You can play them as part of a free trial, or pay $20 a month for a Premiere Pro subscription.

KeyFrame Studio

KeyFrame Studio

Want help turning your longer content into something more social media-friendly? KeyFrames Studio is an online video editor with a set of AI tools that can automatically trim your videos to focus on the gold nuggets they contain. It will crop your phone screen size, automatically add subtitles or cut long videos to focus on the most interesting content.

It doesn’t have to be just videos for your YouTube channel. Had a long Zoom call explaining how it all works for new hires? Use KeyFrames Studio to reduce video to its most important elements to facilitate teaching during your next onboarding.

You can also use KeyFrames Studio for your manual video editing. It’s not as full-featured as traditional video editors, but it still has a multi-track timeline, with easy access to stock footage and sound, stickers, subtitles, and other on-screen elements.

You can use the editor for free if you don’t mind exporting with a watermark, or you can pay a monthly fee for full access. It starts at $9 per month (paid annually) but each tier is limited to the amount of AI generation and auto captioning you can use per month.

Vimeo A shot

Vimeo: Announcement for creating one-take videos

Vimeo’s new AI tools take AI video editing to a new level by involving you in the creation process from start to finish. Vimeos One Take can generate a script for you based on a prompt and some specifications you set up. Then populate a teleprompter so you have the easy-to-read script at hand, with hints about your performance to help you get a great take the first time (or at least the second or third time).

From there, you can use One Take to edit the video, with the AI ​​automatically removing any pauses or hesitations. It will also detect unnecessary filler words and allow for an easy and automatic removal.

One Take will also streamline content sharing, brand management, and SEO. The only downside to all of this is that it’s not available yet. However, it will arrive in the summer of 2023, so keep an eye on this space.

Another short-form content creator, takes longer videos and knows exactly how to cut them down to size so they’re more applicable to smartphone screens and social media attention. That’s not all, though. Pictory can also use artificial intelligence to generate videos entirely from scratch. Give it a script, article, or blog post, and it can use stock footage, music, and an AI-generated voice-over to turn that written content into a video in just a few clicks.

It can also automatically add subtitles to videos, with support for multiple languages. It can also transcribe videos, if you want to turn videos into text. Everything runs in the cloud, so you don’t need a powerful PC to run it, and there’s a free trial to give you a taste of what it can do. Actual publisher pricing starts at $19 per month (paid annually).


Munch is another AI tool that tries to combine easier video editing with the help of marketing and SEO into one complete package. It takes your longer videos and edits them for consumption on social media and smartphones, but can also introduce smart transitions between multiple videos and improve video quality through color matching and enhancement.

However, Munch goes beyond just creating the videos. He also wants to help you market them. Its AI tools analyze your video content and suggest ways to edit and market it across different social media platforms, automatically. The AI ​​can then generate social media posts to promote the content, making your videos easier to see.

All of that comes at a price, though. Munch starts at $50 a month for 200 minutes of video uploads.

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