Windows Movie Maker and Audacity are both free, user friendly, and can be run on even the slowest computers. With a bit of practice you’ll be making professional looking videos in no time.
If you would like a part 2, please hit the thumbs up on the comment below mentioning a more in depth look into movie makers tools as well as more tips to make your commentary sound much smoother.
No matter how good your video and/or commentary is, If your sound quality is bad, people will click on to another video very quickly. It takes seconds to clean your audio up, and I suggest all YouTubers do it.
If you record with another program but want to use the noise removal feature, just use the link below to convert the file to .wav
I didn’t go into this recording software much in the video since I’ve only used it once before this video. It is a very good program though, and there is not a better free option out there. The downside is the watermark and 10 minute time limit, but if you find yourself recording a lot videos with it, invest the money to get the paid version for about $40-$50 I believe.
This is the best music library I have found in my years time making videos on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary