What is a good video editor with multi track audio support?

So, I make gaming videos for YouTube. Currently, I record the video and game audio with OBS, and my vocals with Audacity. I finish it up by combining the files with VSDC. This works, but the quality is just average, as I have to increase the volume of my vocals a fair bit.

Recently, I discovered multi track audio recording with OBS. I found that if I record my vocals with OBS, then edit them in Audacity, the sound is of a higher quality and, crucially, higher volume. The only problem is that I can't disable the OBS unedited vocals in VSDC, and I have to use a converter first. The only problem is that compresses the video and lowers the quality.

So, what is a good, inexpensive video editor that allows this and still supports 1080p?

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Best software for Video editing.

For video editing I will suggest you for Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effect, Both are really great software for video editing.

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Video editing software

DaVinci Resolve is one of the best free video editing software, Initially released in 2004, the free edition of this video editor includes so many professional features that it’s amazing that it’s still free. Some of the free features include multi-track timeline editing, 4K, various trimming tools, Multicam editing along with a good amount of cool transitions, and effects. Making DaVinci Resolve even better is that fusion effects are now built in to create film quality visual effects and motion graphics.

Their wide selection of color correction tools are some of the best of any Video editor free or paid. However, DaVinci Resolve has a steep learning curve. I highly advise checking out the various tutorials available online.

You can Install DaVinci Resolve on all major operating systems including Windows, Mac, and Linux. Their free edition includes just about every feature most would ever need.

Post was last edited on March 9, 2019 7:13 AM PST

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