Get a VSDC Video Editor license for your school for free

At VSDC, we believe that creative thinking is a crucial part of development. And that’s why we always wanted to make video editing accessible to everyone. This is exactly why we started our special program allowing schools to get free licenses of VSDC Pro for any required number of computers.

By providing a full-featured multimedia suite for processing video and audio files for free, we’re hoping to help learners around the world achieve their goals and visualize their ideas. Who knows, perhaps one of the schools we’re cooperating with, already fosters the next Spielberg in training!

Please, feel free to reach out with any questions about participating in our program. Whether you’re a small school or a large university, we’d be happy and proud if you join our friendly VSDC family.

Make your school/university project

Make your school/university project an easy task with a slideshow wizard

Create your college TV

Create your college TV programs with advanced Chroma Key and voice over tools

Highlight all your sports

Highlight all your sports events with a timer, zoom and slow motion

Teach (and learn!) video editing

Teach (and learn!) advanced video editing techniques with professional color correction and motion tracking tools

Create video lessons

Create engaging video lessons with a built-in screen grabber, picture-in-picture effect, and text captions.


How to get an educational license

  1. Publish a mention of VSDC Video Editor at your website with a link to the landing page:
    (if you have a students’ resources page, it will be the best place for the mention)
  2. Fill out the application form below

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Reviewed by

"VSDC Free Video Editor is a surprisingly powerful, if unconventional video editor"

- PC Advisor

"This video editor gives you tons of control and editing power"

- CNet

"The editor handles many common formats and boasts a good deal of capabilities when it comes time to alter lighting, splice video, and apply filters and transitions in post production"

- Digital Trends