The Vegas line is up to version 17, and there is not a more complete solution for part-time and would be editors than Vegas. In this specific case I will be referring to Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 17, because it offers the most bang for the buck, the buck being $79 and change.
Outside of a resurgence in community spirit, the biggest silver lining is the mass move to working from home (currently necessary due to stay-at-home recommendations). There’s a solid chance that many people will remain working from home after office life resumes — particularly those working in creative roles.
Magix makes many Video, Audio and Photo editing products, for all price ranges. This includes the Vegas Professional Editing Suite and the Vegas Studio line of value added prosumer software. The fact that a loaded product like this can be tried out for free for 30 days shows you how much faith they have in their products. Vegas is very easy to learn, but is layers deep in complexibility and capability when you need it. And look at the Add-ons! Boris included?! SpectraLayers included!? DVD Architect included?!! I suggest you go for it and give this Bad Daddy a try! (Windows only)
The sale on Vegas professional video editing, both boxed version and the subscription version, continues in celebration of Cyberweek until 12/8/19. The subscription version can be had for as little as $9.99 / month, and the Vegas Pro Edit version (buyout) is $199 which includes a NewBlue Transitions 5 Flow ($99 value). Click Here for more info.