I just downloaded Resolve 15 beta, I had 12 on the Mac, its pretty stable and seems to work well. Some new tools for sure. Pretty sweet deal for free.
Easily the best free option is currently Da Vinci Resolve. It's a serious editor - takes a while to come to grips with it. But the free version has almost everything in the paid version, and it's getting more fully featured with each iteration. Worth a look - if you intend to do enough editing to make it worth learning.
Try Cyberlink's "Powerdirector". You can get it for Pc and in App-Store also.
But I need the tool where I can use blur feature.
That's awesome Roger, great setup you got there! Excuse me while I wipe the drool off my lip.I finally got Resolve to run, but it took a $3500 IMac with an I9 8-core processor, a Vega 48 graphics card with 8 Gigs of graphics RAM, 40 Gigs of system RAM and 27" Retna display. It's a dream after struggling with Hitfilm Express and a bunch of other video editors on my under powered Dell I7 "professional workstation". I'm not sure how much of the difference is due to the hardware and large display and how much is the software, but now I feel I'm getting somewhere with my video editing. (However most of my color edited Mavic footage still doesn't look as good as the "raw" video from my Spark. I've still got a way to go on the learning curve.)
I do all of my drone video editing (so far) on my iPad. I use LumaFusion. It’s excellent and costs around $30, if I recall correctly.