My favorite tool is Movavi Video Editor. With it help you can create spectacular videos, even if you don’t have any movie-making experience! Using is quite simple, you can figure it out in 20 minutes. Here is a link for downloading www.movavi.com/videoeditor/
Freemake Free Video Converter delivers a straight-forward interface to users. Like other video converters, Freemake Free Video Converter can convert between different formats. Whatmake this free video converter unique is that it can convert online videos to MP3 through directly copying the URL, make multiple DVD copies and save the output DVD video to your PC as an ISO image or DVD folder and upload photos and MP3 to YouTube.
Da Vinci Resolve is completely free and perfectly adequate. Lightworks has a free option for learning, and is the preference of many professionals. FCP X is around £199 (Mac only) - I use it because I like it's unique timeline and organisational features (and it's relatively affordable). Adobe Premiere has good links with Adobe After Effects and Photoshop for effects and titles. It costs a bit more than FCP, and has a subscription based pricing. Avid is probably the most widely used professionally - it'll cost you an arm and a leg.