Here are two major issues with the software and the company:
1) Crippleware: Your video gets marred by a watermark that is almost completely opaque and takes up half the screen. Combine with being a software as a service (monthly payments) rather than buying for a 1-time fee like most other software across the internet makes it even worse. You have to subscribe for this if you want good videos, which means that they are greedy, much like adobe when they went subscription-only. Thank god there ARE video editing software that don't have sh!tty watermarks on it, like Videomeld.
2) The company censors reviews saying about its watermarks, look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38MbqrkLplk&t=0s what you see is a video taken down by obviously "Filmora Video Editor". This violates free speech and fair use. They want people to not know what that thing is on their video and get the software to shake down on users.
What they could've done is either make the watermark more transperent or smaller, stop with the false DMCA abuse, and actually disclose to the consumers the full information about the crippleware. (like " make sure you make a backup" or something)
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