If you have a pressing need for a highly capable non-linear video editor, you should consider Adobe Premier as part of their Creative Cloud suite. You can rent it for $20/month (I believe) or the entire suite for $50/month. This is quite expensive, but if you have a job to do then you can't go wrong. Failing that, Apple's own Final Cut X is another mid-tier app that you can buy for a one-off fee (around $99 from memory).
The latest version of Final Cut Pro X has the multi-track timeline needed for editing but brings in the future of video and pro features. It supports 360-degree video, graphics, and effects. You can edit together video from multi-cam recording setups and easily switching between multiple angles. And, you can create HDR content. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 is almost exactly what it sounds like. It’s a stripped down version of the pro Premiere software. This does make it a little less capable, and new features aren’t constantly rolling out to it, but it works as an easily approachable video editing software for those just getting started. And, without a subscription model, you can pay for the software once and you’re set.
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